Arts & Culture


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

The Book of Genesis: An Online Bible Study with Dr. Joel S. Baden
Yale Divinity School

A virtual Bible Study course led by YDS professor Joel Baden ’99 takes place on eight successive Mondays. Free, but advance registration required.
Begins January 18, 8:00 pm

A Global Criticism for a Global Art World
Yale Center for British Art  

Jason Farago ’05, art critic for the New York Times, delivers the Norma Lytton lecture—discussing how an evolving global art world affects art criticism, exhibitions, and art viewers themselves. Online.
February 10, 12:00 pm

The Rocky Horror (Virtual) Picture Show
Yale College Arts

An online screening of the cult film has a cast performing (remotely) alongside the film, and includes audience participation. Free, but registration required.
February 13, 8:30 pm

Artful Nature: Fashion and Theatricality 1770–1830
Yale University Library

An online exhibition of fashion, 1770–1830, displays the changes in women’s dress and theatrical practice as couturiers sought a more “natural” look.


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