Arts & Culture


Campus buildings have begun to open up, but some have limited hours or require ticket entry. Check websites for more information.  

Today Is My Birthday
Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

For its first live production since 2020, the Yale Rep stages a critically acclaimed play by Susan Soon He Stanton ’10MFA: a comedy about loneliness in the age of connectivity.
January 27 through February 19

At home: Paul Mellon Lectures | Eve Tam
Center for British Art

(877) BRIT ART

Paul Mellon Lectures present Eve Tam, assistant director (heritage and museums) in the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, on “Remaking the Museum.” Free; register in advance.
February 11, 12 pm

Gold in America: Artistry, Memory, Power
University Art Gallery
(203) 432-0600

The first exhibition since 1963 to survey the role of gold in American art and culture, Gold in America features more than 70 examples spanning 400 years.
February 25 through July 10

Medical Astrology: Science, Art, and Influence in Early Modern Europe
Harvey Cushing/ John Hay Whitney Medical Library

This online exhibition comprises nearly 200 images that explore the visual history of medical astrology in Europe between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.  

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