Arts & Culture


Once Removed: Sculpture’s Changing Frame of Reference
University Art Gallery
(203) 432-0600

Artworks from the 1970s to the present reveal the divergent approaches that contemporary artists have taken to restating sculpture’s traditional dialogue.

Through April 7


Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

Academy Award nominee Paul Giamatti ’89, ’94MFA, plays the Prince of Denmark in Shakespeare’s tragedy of corruption and betrayal. Directed by the Rep’s artistic director, James Bundy ’95MFA.

March 15 through April 13


Dvorák: Stabat Mater
School of Music

(203) 432-4158

Renowned conductor Helmuth Rilling leads the Yale Philharmonia, Camerata, and Glee Club in Antonin Dvorák’s masterpiece Stabat Mater. Free admission.

Friday, April 19, 8 p.m.


David Michalek: 14 Stations
Institute of Sacred Music

(203) 432-5180

David Michalek reinterprets the Stations of the Cross in black-and-white photographs of men and women who are transitioning out of homelessness in New York City.

March 20 through April 26


Edwardian Opulence: British Art at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century
Center for British Art
(203) 432-2800

A survey of the visual arts in Britain during the reign of King Edward VII (1901–10) explores the impact of new technologies on the arts and reveals the extent of elite consumption throughout that decade.

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