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What Is Reparative Metadata?: Illustrations & Considerations

Curious about what working with data can look like in cultural heritage? Interested in learning about how data holders reconcile institutional histories and disciplinary conventions with changing ethical commitments? Not sure you know exactly what reparative metadata is? Join us virtually to hear from five Yale Library experts about their work in reparative metadata at every level, from implementing local changes with code to updating shared international standards, followed by a panel discussion.

Yale School of Art - Art & Activism: Rashida Bumbray & Jamal Cyrus in Conversation

Yale School of Art hosts their first Art & Activism conversation series that brings together world-renowned and courageous artists with academic leaders from the Arts to converse on societal matters that impact our nation. In this inaugural segment of this series, we welcome our keynote speakers, Curator Rashida Bumbray in conversation with Artist Jamal Cyrus, moderated by Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Director of Graduate Studies, Yale SOA Graphic Design.

Co-hosted with the Yale School of Architecture

Sweet Honey in the Rock

Internationally Acclaimed Vocal Group Sweet Honey in the Rock Performs in New Haven
Sweet Honey in the Rock, the three-time Grammy nominee a cappella group, performs at Trinity Church
on the Green, New Haven, on Saturday, April 13 at 7:30 pm. The well-known group performs gospel and
folk mixed with elements of hip-hop, jazz, and rhythm & blues. Performances feature ASL interpretation.
The concert is part of the celebration of longtime music director/organist Walden Moore, who is

Shining Light on Truth: New Haven, Yale, and Slavery at New Haven Museum

A new exhibit, “Shining Light on Truth: New Haven, Yale, and Slavery” complementing the publication of Yale and Slavery: A History, opens on Friday, February 16 and is on view through the summer at The New Haven Museum. There is no admission fee for viewing the exhibit. The exhibition team and the New Haven Museum will host a special event on Saturday, February 17, 2024. Michael Morand, David Jon Walker, and Charles Warner, Jr.

Lunarfest 2024

The largest celebration of Lunar New Year in Connecticut, Lunarfest kicks off at 10AM with a parade down Whitney Avenue starting at the corner of Whitney and Grove streets and culminating with a traditional lion dance in front of Hong Kong Market.

"YOU SEE WHAT YOU SEE" Interactive Installation at David Geffen School of Drama at Yale

YOU SEE WHAT YOU SEE is an interactive video and sound installation designed by artist Ein Kim and brought to live by The David Geffen School of Drama at Yale University. We invite you to create your own waves of lights and sound by operating the installation yourself. Join us for a fantastical journey into the world of watery reflections!

being on a journey / is not about departing / but inviting / new reflections of the world

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