Arts & Culture


Aviators, Authors, and Environmentalists: Exploring the Lindbergh Papers and Photographs in Manuscripts & Archives
Sterling Memorial Library

(203) 432-1744

To celebrate the opening of the Lindbergh papers at Yale to researchers, the library presents a selection of items from the collection.

Through May 20


Alexander Purves: Roman Sketches
Whitney Humanities Center

(203) 432-0670

For 12 years, Alexander Purves ’58, ’65MArch, professor emeritus of archi-tecture, has led an intensive drawing seminar in Rome for architecture students. A glimpse into his Roman sketchbooks reveals how essential on-site hand drawing is to the formation of an architect.

Through June 28


Withal the Craft: The Life and Work of Carl Purington Rollins
Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library

(203) 432-2645

An examination of the life and work of Yale’s first university printer shows how his rich legacy of printing and design scholarship continues to influence the university’s visual brand and the teaching of design at Yale today.

Through August 23


In the Mind’s Eye: Beinecke Architecture Imagined
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

(203) 432-2977

As the Beinecke celebrates its 50th anniversary, this exhibit explores the library as a physical, and sometimes mythical, space—from its design and construction to its appearance in popular culture.

Through December 31

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