Library exhibitions to see in 2023
January 20, 2023
Visitors are invited to explore these varied Yale Library exhibitions now on view:
- “The Ellington Fellowship at 50,” on display in front of Gilmore Music Library in Sterling: Photos, annotated musical scores, and video streams commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Ellington Fellowship, which has brought world-class jazz musicians to Yale and New Haven since 1972.
- “A Few Words Worn around the Edges, Pressed into Something Soft: Ten West Coast Woman” at the Haas Family Arts Library: Celebrates the important history of women in printing and publishing, featuring ten women artists, illustrators, and printers now working on the West Coast. (Please note: Under current Yale visitor policies, access to the Arts Library is limited to Yale affiliates.)
- “Lyric Thinking: Poetry in the World” at Bass Library: Explores how thinking through and with lyric poems takes place across diverse languages, communities, and spaces throughout the historical record.
- “Matters of Color/Color Matters,” a student-curated exhibit in the Sterling Memorial Library Exhibition Corridor: Inspired by a course offered in Yale’s Department of the History of Art in fall 2021, the exhibit explores color in various disciplines and applications through objects from the collections of Yale Library, Yale Center for British Art, and Yale University Art Gallery.
- “Subjects and Objects: Slavic Collections at Yale, 1896–2022” in the Hanke Gallery, Sterling Memorial Library: Explores how the Slavic collections of objects, ephemera, and manuscripts in Yale’s libraries and museums chronicle lived experiences.
Image: Exhibition poster, designed by Rebecca Martz
For related news, including a list of new online exhibitions, see our library exhibitions page.
Please refer to the university’s updated visitor policy.