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Exhibitions

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Elaborate frame with columns of Korean script in gold ink on dark blue ground and lotus leaf mandala at
February 21, 2024
“Copying Sacred Texts: A Spiritual Practice” is on view in Hanke Exhibition Gallery in Sterling Memorial Library through Aug. 11.
Student in white long-sleeve t-shirt, blue jeans, and pink sneakers squats before open display cases arranging a display of manuscript pages
January 30, 2024
Applications are due on Fri., March 8, for the Senior Exhibit Fellowship for Yale College juniors that begins this summer.
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.
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.
ng rod with a red bag as bait that reads "3 million" Two submerged whales swim toward the boat. A drawing of a seacoast is at far right and a masted ship is at far left.
July 8, 2023
AJ Laird ’24 is the recipient of the 2024 Senior Exhibit Fellowship, which offers the selected student an opportunity to create and curate an exhibit based on the topic of the senior essay.
Collage of black and white photos of twelve women, talking, posing, laughing
March 10, 2023
Wide-ranging online exhibits document the many contributions that the women of Yale have made to the university and the world.
Woman with long dark hair wearing dark rimmed glasses speaks before microphone.
February 28, 2023
Visitors gathered for the opening of the new Hanke Gallery’s third exhibition, Empire and Resistance: Transisthmian Views of Central America .