Arts & Culture


Windham Campbell Prize Festival
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
(203) 436-5345

The annual literary festival celebrating the winners of the Windham Campbell Prizes features a keynote by poet Elizabeth Alexander ’84 and talks, readings, and cultural events across Yale’s campus.

September 12–14


El Huracán
Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

Winner of the National Latino Playwriting Award, El Huracán focuses on three generations of women who discover forgiveness as the path to survival.

September 28 through October 20


School of Architecture
(203) 436-3944

A group exhibition of design proposals from 14 architecture firms, with drawings, details, renderings, videos, gifs, apps, photographs, and physical models.

Through November 15


Captive Bodies: British Prisons, 1750–1900
Center for British Art
(203) 432-2800

An examination of British prisons and prisoners from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries includes architectural drawings and designs, photographs, cell keys, and prison ephemera.

Through November 25


Yale Russian Chorus
Woolsey Hall

North America’s oldest Slavic choir, the Yale Russian Chorus, celebrates its 65th anniversary in a gala concert with alumni members of the chorus. The event is supported by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music.

October 14, 2:00 pm

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