Arts & Culture

Calendar: July/August 2022

As this issue went to press, there were still some COVID restrictions, such as vaccine requirements—but Yale is back to normal hours. Check websites for information.  

The World in Maps 1400–1600
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
(203) 432-2977
European, Middle Eastern, and Asian world maps from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries show how maps helped to orient people within a larger world context.
July 22 through January 8, 2023

Points of Contact, Points of View
Sterling Memorial Library
(203) 432-1072
The first exhibit in the new Hanke Exhibition Gallery features more than 60 documents, books, objects, and images, displayed to reveal how primary sources inspire inquiry and help create knowledge.  
through august 14

Piano Extravaganza
Norfolk Chamber Music Festival
(860) 542-3000
Norfolk’s first season since 2019 offers chamber music concerts, talks, and special events, including a gala featuring the
J. S. Bach Concerto for Four Keyboards and Strings in A Minor.
August 13, 8 pm

Marc Quinn: History Painting +
Center for British Art
(203) 432-2800
Six works by British artist Marc Quinn (b. 1964) are shown alongside masterpieces by Thomas Gainsborough, J. M. W. Turner, and others, providing a contemporary foil to eighteenth- and nineteenth-century paintings and sculpture.  
Through October 16


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