Arts & Culture


Twins on the Bench: Justice George Bundy Smith ’62 and Justice Inez Smith Reid ’62
Lillian Goldman Law Library
(203) 432-1608

Twins George Bundy Smith (d. 2017) ’59, ’62LLB, and Inez Smith Reid ’62LLB, the only Black students in their class at Yale Law School, both had distinguished careers that culminated in service on the bench. A YLS exhibit of family photos and  papers honors their achievements and celebrates a portrait of the pair.
Through July 31

Isn’t It Bliss? Sondheim on Love
Norfolk Chamber Music Festival
(860) 542-3000

This gala performance celebrating love through the Stephen Sondheim songbook is hosted and directed by Ted Sperling ’83, a Tony Award–winning musician, orchestrator, and music director. It features stage actors Scarlett Strallen and Bryce Pinkham ’08MFA.
August 12, 8pm

Killer or Cure? Poison through the Centuries
Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
(203) 785-5352

Household poisons, herbal remedies, developments in forensic toxicology, and pharmaceutical guides from a nineteenth-century New Haven murder trial illustrate the ways that poisons have been used—and misused—in our society.
Through August 13

The Study of Things: George Kubler in Latin America
Sterling Memorial Library
(203) 432-1072

A display of archival materials from the papers of scholar and art historian George Kubler ’34, ’40PhD, explores how Kubler’s work influenced the scope of art history.
Through October 8

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