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The English Prize: The Capture of the Westmorland, an Episode of the Grand Tour
Center for British Art
Paintings, watercolors, architectural drawings,
sculptures, rare books, maps, and souvenirs are among the many works that were
seized from the Westmorland—a British merchant ship captured by
the French navy in 1779—and have been brought together again in this exhibit.
Shaping Community: The Poetics and Politics of the
Institute of Sacred Music
The Jewish practice of constructing an eruv in order
to keep the Sabbath is the focus of this three-part exhibition, which is on
view in three Yale venues: the Slifka Center, through November 16; the 32
Edgewood Gallery, through November 30; and the Institute of Sacred Music,
through December 14.
A New Haven Psalter
Yale Concert Band
The undergraduate Yale Concert Band appears in
Woolsey Hall with the Yale Glee Club to present the premiere of A
New Haven Psalter by faculty composer Ingram Marshall. Free.
Staging History, Making History: The Yale School of
Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library
Scripts, programs, posters, and other items from the
library’s Special Collections holdings trace how world events have shaped the
history of the Yale School of Drama, from its beginnings in 1925 to the present