Arts-Area News

OntheBoardsArtists
February 10, 2015
On the Boards, a company founded in 1978 and based in Seattle, focuses on contemporary theater, dance, and performance. OntheBoards.tv is a database that brings together high-definition streaming videos of full-length performances by an international range of artists, including Young Jean Lee, Jan...
Photo of Rollins from Carl Purington Rollins Papers, Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library
January 7, 2015
Two talks at the American Printing History Association (APHA) annual conference addressed inspired teaching around printing and paper at Yale. Katherine M. Ruffin (Simmons College) discussed her doctoral research about the origins of the bibliographical press movement in academia in the early 20th...
Yale University Art Gallery
November 24, 2014
Book Fair: Art Books/Book Arts Today December 5, 2014, 1:30 pm Books by artists and art-book makers will be on display and for sale. The fair includes books from small independent publishers who focus on art, architecture, photography, and design; rare and limited-edition books and zines printed in...
Digital Theatre Plus interviews
October 27, 2014
Beyond the full-length filmed performances it offers, Digital Theatre Plus includes numerous interviews with cast and creative team members--including actors, directors, playwrights, producers, costume, lighting, and sound designers--in the Making Theatre section of the site. The newest additions...
Robert The's Bookbrush
September 24, 2014
The Arts of the Book Collection, part of the Special Collections at the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, strives to document the many trends in the wide-ranging field of book arts. One such trend comprises artists who challenge the traditional codex format with unexpected sculptural renderings....
Ghosts from Digital Theatre Plus
September 23, 2014
The latest addition to Digital Theatre Plus is Henrik Ibsen’s GHOSTS, directed by Richard Eyre for the Almeida Theatre and starring Lesley Manville in an acclaimed performance as Helene Alving. Digital Theatre Plus also now includes videos of recent performances from the Royal Opera House and...
Albion hand press at The Bibliographical Press
September 15, 2014
The Bibliographical Press was founded in 1927 by University Printer Carl P. Rollins and Professor of English Arthur Ellicott Case as a way to teach students of early literature how the books they studied were physically created. With support from University Librarian Andrew Keough, The...

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