Please join us to celebrate the openings of two student exhibitions “Anne Boleyn: Life and Legend” and “City Rewritten: The Oak Street Connector and Urban Renewal in New Haven”, on view in the Sterling Library Exhibition Corridor from October 13, 2023 to April 21, 2024. Student curators Hannah Oblak ’24 and Simone Herko Felton ’25 will provide tours of their exciting exhibitions and will be available for questions and conversation over light refreshments afterward. No registration is necessary.
“Anne Boleyn: Life and Legend”
Curated by Hannah Oblak ’24
Hannah Oblak is a senior in Pauli Murray College from New York City. She is a cultural history major with a passion for art history and early modern European history. Hannah has always been fascinated by the Tudor period and the figure of Anne Boleyn. She is excited to share her work, as well as the magic of the Yale archives, with the wider university community.
Related event sponsored by the Yale Film Archive:
Boleyn & Beyond is a two-film series presented in conjunction with the Sterling Library exhibition. Detailed information can be found in the Related Events link above.
City Rewritten: The Oak Street Connector and Urban Renewal in New Haven
Curated by Simone Herko Felton ’25
Simone Herko Felton is a junior in Davenport College from San Francisco, CA. She majors in history and enjoys exploring topics ranging from urban history and modern nationalism to the Abrahamic religions. Simone hopes to pursue a career as a museum curator.