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Elaborate frame with columns of Korean script in gold ink on dark blue ground and lotus leaf mandala at
May 16, 2024
“Copying Sacred Texts: A Spiritual Practice” is on view in Hanke Exhibition Gallery in Sterling Memorial Library through Aug. 11.
19th century color print of boat full of men being tossed by waves with whale with horns and open mouth alongside and floating barrel in waters
April 23, 2024
Curated by AJ Laird, the exhibition features 19th- and 20th-century mariners’ logbooks, which documented every aspect of sea voyages as they unfolded and reveal the complex world of the whaling industry.
Young woman with short curly brown hair wearing pink sweater and white shirt stands with hand on hip next to display with photo of Elsa Wasserman and copies of documents
April 18, 2024
Elga Ruth Wasserman, JD ’76, was a passionate advocate for the first classes of women enrolled in Yale College in the 1960’s and ’70s. Her portrait was installed in Bass Library last year.
man in white tunic with glasses bends over blue paper drawing with bamboo pen
March 12, 2024
Master Kyeongho Kim demonstrated his exacting methods—a meditative practice—for an audience in Sterling Memorial Library.
high-ceiled room with rectangle of suspended lights at half-level, orange carpets and desks. Shelves of books in alcove at right, student reading on couch at left with large green plant in foreground
January 9, 2024
“Something about the Nature of Architecture” celebrates the Haas Family Arts Library and Paul Rudolph’s iconic building.
Student in white long-sleeve t-shirt, blue jeans, and pink sneakers squats before open display cases arranging a display of manuscript pages
December 5, 2023
Applications are due on Fri., March 8, for the Senior Exhibit Fellowship for Yale College juniors that begins this summer.
Wall of mounted images of movie stills showing women dressed in Tudor crowns and garments
October 24, 2023
Two student curators—participants in the 2023–2024 Student Research at Yale Library program—opened their exhibits in Sterling Memorial Library, on view through April 21.