JANUARY 4, 2021
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NEWS

January at the Gallery

We kick off 2021 with new virtual opportunities—both live and on demand—to listen, learn, and engage with art and with each other. This month we have a wide array of offerings, including family programming, teacher training, in-depth discussion about artworks, a sewing circle, and a musical performance featuring the Haven String Quartet.

Registration is required for all live events, and space may be limited. Closed captions will be available in English. Visit our calendar for a complete list of upcoming events and more information about those listed below.

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EDUCATOR WORKSHOP

Teacher Leadership Program 

Thursday, January 7, 4:00 pm EST

Teacher leadership training
This one-hour workshop invites educators to explore innovative ways to connect their curricula with the Gallery’s collection. Sessions also address ways to teach online and engage students with remote art learning. Registration is required. Learn more.
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FEATURED PROGRAM

Mindful Movement with Art 

Tuesday, January 12, 12:30 pm EST

Students in the American Paintings galleries
Join us for a virtual live session of mindful movement inspired by the Gallery’s collection. Immerse yourself in the world of an artwork by enacting the postures and gestures depicted in it. Registration is required. Learn more.
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STUDIO PROGRAM

Virtual Sewing Circle  

Sunday, January 17, 2:00 pm EST

Detail of “Each Other”
Join artists Cannupa Hanska Lugerand Marie Watt for a virtual sewing circle where they will lead us in a shared practice of making a monumental artwork. Registration is required and space is limited. Learn more.
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E-STUDY TOUR

Utopia and Dystopia in Modern European Art   

Friday, January 22, 12:30 pm EST

Detail of Angelika Hoerle's Head with Sign, Hand, Wheel, and Auto Horn
Join Jenna Marvin and Elissa Watters for a discussion about how the utopian aspirations of early 20th-century European artists ceded to more somber visions of fascist regimes, destructive technologies, and war. Registration in required. Learn more.
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PERFORMANCE

Playing Images: An Exploration of Music and Art  

Wednesday, January 27, 12:30 pm EST

Haven String Quartet playing music join the galleries
Featuring Jessica Sack in conversation with Yaira Matyakub, and music performed by the Haven String Quartet, this performance connects close listening to music with guided looking at art. Registration is required. Learn more.
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ON DEMAND

Now Available Online Anytime

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E-RESOURCE

This multimedia resource offers interdisciplinary perspectives on the exhibition Reckoning with “The Incident”: John Wilson’s Studies for a Lynching Mural, the artist, and the legacy of lynching. Learn more.

E-GALLERY TALK

In this short video, Leah Tamar Shrestinian, B.A. 2018, one of the organizers of Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art, addresses Julie Buffalohead’s Indifferent.

STORIES AND ART

The King’s New Clothes (El traje nuevo del rey) is a story about a king who invited two weavers to make him a new suit that might not turn out as planned. Watch now in English or Spanish.

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Support the Gallery’s Annual Fund

Gargoyle on exterior of Old Yale Art Gallery
A gift to the Yale University Art Gallery’s Annual Fund provides important support for exciting initiatives in the study and appreciation of the visual arts. Your gift to this fund ensures that we can continue to provide engaging online programs, lectures, and close-looking sessions, along with educational workshops to support teachers and students in our community. To everyone who has made a recent gift, we say thank you.
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The Yale University Art Gallery is currently 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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