Arts & Culture


Most campus buildings remain closed to the public, and few in-person events are scheduled. But many events and exhibitions continue online.

12 Portraits: Studies of Women
at Yale
Yale University Library

An online presentation of photographs by Tanya Marcuse ’90MFA focuses on 12 Yale-affiliated women and gives viewers a glimpse into the process of planning, executing, and installing the exhibition.

at home | Lecture: Model City
Center for British Art

Marisa Angell Brown ’14PhD, assistant director for programs at Brown Univer-sity’s John Nicholas Brown Center, discusses 1970s New Haven as a center of modern architecture. Free; registration required.
March 31, 12 noon

Listening While Muslim: Searching for the Sounds of a Just Future
Institute of Sacred Music

Yale Divinity School lecturer Abdul-Rehman Malik and Asad Ali Jafri—curator, DJ, and executive director of the South Asia Institute—hold a webinar on the role of music in faith, culture, and politics. Free, but register in advance.
April 1, 5:30 pm

Ajax in Iraq
Yale College Arts

A senior project in directing updates the Sophocles tragedy Ajax—using interviews with Iraq War veterans—on Zoom with live and prerecorded components. Four showings; free tickets at the above link.
April 15–16, 8 pm; April 17, 2 & 8 pm

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