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MAY 3, 2021

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

May at the Gallery

Join us to listen, learn, and engage with art and with our virtual community. Visit our calendar for a complete list of upcoming events and more information about those listed below. Registration is required for all live events. Closed captions will be available in English.

FEATURED PROGRAM

Breathing with Art

Wednesday, May 5, 12:30 pm EDT


Join breathwork facilitator Chauna Bryant and Roksana Filipowska, Wurtele Study Center Programs and Outreach Manager, for a mindful experience focusing on Kyoko Tonegawa’s  Primeval Breath (ca. 1988). Learn more.


 

EDUCATOR WORKSHOP

Teacher Leadership Program

Thursday, May 6, 4:00 pm EDT

This one-hour program invites educators to explore innovative ways to connect their curricula and the Gallery’s collection. Sessions also include strategies for teaching with art on virtual platforms. Learn more.

 

E-HIGHLIGHTS TOUR

Double Take: Looking at Art with Gallery Guides

Wednesday, May 12, 12:30 pm EDT

Join undergraduate Gallery Guides Brendan Rose, MY ’22, and Ethan Fogarty, BK ’22, in conversation as they bring different perspectives to Bell Krater: A, Orestes at the Altar of Apollo at Delphi (ca. 375 B.C.). Learn more

 

E-STUDY TOUR

Representing Counterculture: Selections from Exit Art’s Print Portfolios

Friday, May 14, 12:30 pm EDT

Join Gallery fellows Jenna Marvin and Elissa Watters for a discussion of select prints published by the alternative art center Exit Art. Learn more.

ON DEMAND

Now Available Online Anytime

STORIES AND ART

The Story of the Ci Wara (La historia del Ci Wara) 

In this month’s Stories and Art program, look at a Ci Wara headdress (late 19th–early 20th century) while listening to a story from the Bamana people of Mali in West Africa about a woman who receives a gift that helps people grow food. Watch now in English and Spanish.

 

PABLO PICASSO AT YALE

In this four-part lecture and conversation series, John Walsh, B.A. 1961, Director Emeritus of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, explores the work of the revolutionary and prolific artist Pablo Picasso, with particular attention paid to works in the Gallery’s collection. Watch now.

 

IN THE MEDIA

The Yale Herald

April 2, 2021
A Close Look at Picasso’s Legacy

Yale Daily News

April 12, 2021
YUAG Turns Stairwell into “Modernist Cave”

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Support the Arts in Your Community

 
During a year of unprecedented challenges, arts organizations of all sizes helped our community find its voice, offered solace, and spurred creativity. Please give back to your favorite cultural organization during The Great Give®, May 4–5. To learn how the arts strengthen our communities both in and beyond New Haven, visit our friends at the Arts Council of Greater New Haven.
 
The Yale University Art Gallery is closed until further notice. The Gallery is working in close collaboration with Yale University leadership to safeguard against the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of our visitors and staff. Please continue to check our website for updated information.
 
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Images: View of the Gallery from the Margaret and Angus Wurtele Sculpture Garden, Yale University Art Gallery | Kyoko Tonegawa, Primeval Breath, ca. 1988. Stoneware made in the nanban technique. Yale University Art Gallery, Purchased with an anonymous gift. © Kyoko Tonegawa | Jessica Sack, the Jan and Frederick Mayer Senior Associate Curator of Public Education, training Gallery Teachers in the European art galleries, Yale University Art Gallery, 2019 | Graphic courtesy Yale University Art Gallery Graphic Design Department | William Villalongo, Funky Space Reincarnation, from the Exit Art portfolio Trance/Borders, 2006. Pigment print with dye cut velour flocking and hand painting. Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of Exit Art. © Villalongo Studio LLC and Susan Inglett Gallery, New York | Unidentified Bamana artist, Ci Wara Headdress (detail), Mali, Sahel, Bamako or Beledugu region, late 19th–early 20th century. Wood and brass tacks. Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Osborn for the Linton Collection of African Art | Pablo Picasso, First Steps, May 21, 1943; revised summer 1943. Oil on canvas. Gift of Stephen Carlton Clark, B.A. 1903. © 2021 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York | Family Day, 2020, Yale University Art Gallery