Arts & Culture


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Bach Collegium Japan
Morse Recital Hall
(203) 432-4158

Baritone Roderick Williams joins conductor Masaaki Suzuki and the Bach Collegium Japan for a performance of music by J. S. Bach and Telemann.
February 1, 7:30 pm

Richard Long: Quantock Wood Circle
Center for British Art
(203) 432-2800

Long’s 1981 work Quantock Wood Circle consists of 285 tree branches. It has been installed alongside landscapes by Thomas Gainsborough, George Stubbs, and Richard Wilson, to demonstrate the tradition of idealizing the English landscape.
Through February 19

Crafting Worldviews: Art and Science in Europe, 1500–1800
University Art Gallery
(203) 432-0600

Everyday objects such as books, maps, microscopes, and sundials, displayed next to more unusual objects—such as an automaton clock and anatomical figures carved in ivory—illustrate the relationships of art, science, and European colonialism.
February 17 through June 25

Theology at YDS: A Bicentennial Retrospective  
Divinity School Library
(203) 432-5274
Through March 31
In observance of the Divinity School’s bicentennial, this exhibition traces the development of the theology faculty, beginning with Nathaniel W. Taylor’s “New Haven theology” and including H. Richard Niebuhr 1924PhD, Hans Frei ’45BD, ’56PhD, Margaret Farley ’73PhD, and several others.

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