Arts-Area News

Great Hall, Haas Arts Library
March 10, 2017
During Spring Break, the Arts Library will be open 8:30 am-5 pm, Monday through Friday, and closed on Saturday and Sunday. Arts Library Special Collections will be open 1-4 pm. Regular hours resume on Sunday, March 26, at 2 pm. We wish you a relaxing break!
Art + Feminism
March 8, 2017
You're invited to join the Art Library's Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon event on Wednesday, March 8 at 5:00 pm! Please register here.   With millions of articles in English and counting, Wikipedia is the world's largest encyclopedia. It is free and crowd-sourced, but depends on the interests of those who...
February 28, 2017
The Arts Library is pleased to announce a trial through April 30 of Library Stack is a growing database of born-digital books, audio, videos, apps, and documents related to contemporary art and design, with intersections into cultural criticism, media studies, architecture and...
New books area at the Haas Family Arts Library
January 24, 2017
Books new to the Arts Library's general collection are featured to the left of the main desk on the first floor. We invite you to take a seat and explore! Circulating items are available to check out if you find something of interest. Staff members are available at the main desk for questions -- or...
Great Hall, Haas Arts Library
January 3, 2017
Happy new year! The Arts Library will be open on a reduced schedule until spring term begins. Arts Library Special Collections is open by appointment.  Please see the hours page for details:
Arts Library
December 21, 2016
The Arts Library will be closed for Winter Recess starting on Friday, December 23. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. Please see the hours page for details. We hope you have a restful break and look forward to seeing you in the library in...
Jarlath Conroy and Paul Giamatti in Hamlet, 2013. Photograph by Joan Marcus for Yale Repertory Theatre.
December 20, 2016
“The Play’s the Thing”: 50 Years of Yale Repertory Theatre January 12-March 31, 2017 In 1966, Robert Brustein, Dean of Yale School of Drama, founded Yale Repertory Theatre, a resident professional company that would serve as the equivalent of a “teaching hospital” for theater artists in training....