Arts & Culture


Unto This Last: Two Hundred Years of John Ruskin
Center for British Art
(203) 432–2800

A collection of paintings, drawings, literary manuscripts, mineral samples,and memorabilia marks the bicentenary of the birth of English artist and critic John Ruskin.

September 5 through December 8


Material Obsessions: The Embroidery of Michelle Beaulieu-Morgan
Whitney Humanities Center
(203) 432-0670

For Michelle Beaulieu-Morgan ’17PhD, embroidery “is a contemplation on family history and the interior landscapes of queer desire and existence,” as well as of “knowledge in its many forms.”

September 10 through December 11


Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Girls brings a contemporary spin to an ancient tale, The Bacchae by Euripides. The production includes live-streamed video, a DJ, and electrifying dance music.

October 4–26


Mozart: Requiem
Yale Schola Cantorum
(203) 432-5062

The Yale Schola Cantorum, an auditioned chamber choir specializing in performing sacred music from the sixteenth century through the present day, presents Mozart’s renowned Requiem and works by Brahms. Free performance in Woolsey Hall.

October 13, 4:00 pm

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