Tucked away in the basement of the New Haven Free Public Library are frames filled with colors and calaveras. The works brighten the Ives Gallery walls, rising amidst endless rows of bookshelves.
This week, the Yale Herald sat down with Nabil Harb, MFA ’21, a photography student. Harb is a Palestinian-American photographer born and raised in central Florida. His most recent work seeks out
“Describe the shape of this object,” Sam asks to prompt discussion. “What do these shapes remind you of? What do they look like?” The African Art Gallery glowed with the meek light
This week, the Yale Herald sat down with David Zheng, GH ’22, an undergraduate artist who recreates oil paintings of Old Masters and creates 3D-printed replicas of ancient artifacts that he uses
Upon my most recent visit to Rudolph Hall, I visited the “garden—pleasure” exhibition. Although the exhibition is run by graduate students in the Yale School of Architecture, it is a collaborative work
All Yale buildings have details that are just waiting to be noticed by a keen set of eyes. While headed to Davenport to meet some friends for dinner, I noticed something strange:
This week, the Herald talked to painting student Krysal DiFronzo, ART ’20, about how she navigates her process, research, and imagery. Yale Herald: When we spoke earlier you pretty readily identified the occult as a
This week, the Herald interviewed Kevin Hernández Rosa, a sculptor and musician starting his first year in the MFA program. Following the release of his new album, Gorila, we talked about the ways his writing and