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Queer Writing Collective Meeting

Want to talk about queer topics and their intersections, but too anxious to speak up in discussions? And/Or do you enjoy personal reflections and/or creative writing? Come to Queer Writing Collective! The purpose of the collective is to create a safe space to explore our multi-faceted, intersectional queer identities through imagination and reflection in a low-stress environment. And, to build a learning community where we engage with each other’s stories and express solidarity across our differences. Open to members of the Yale and New Haven community!

Queer Writing Collective Meeting

Want to talk about queer topics and their intersections, but too anxious to speak up in discussions? And/Or do you enjoy personal reflections and/or creative writing? Come to Queer Writing Collective! The purpose of the collective is to create a safe space to explore our multi-faceted, intersectional queer identities through imagination and reflection in a low-stress environment. And, to build a learning community where we engage with each other’s stories and express solidarity across our differences. Open to members of the Yale and New Haven community!

Queer Writing Collective Meeting

Want to talk about queer topics and their intersections, but too anxious to speak up in discussions? And/Or do you enjoy personal reflections and/or creative writing? Come to Queer Writing Collective! The purpose of the collective is to create a safe space to explore our multi-faceted, intersectional queer identities through imagination and reflection in a low-stress environment. And, to build a learning community where we engage with each other’s stories and express solidarity across our differences. Open to members of the Yale and New Haven community!

Queer Writing Collective Meeting

Want to talk about queer topics and their intersections, but too anxious to speak up in discussions? And/Or do you enjoy personal reflections and/or creative writing? Come to Queer Writing Collective! The purpose of the collective is to create a safe space to explore our multi-faceted, intersectional queer identities through imagination and reflection in a low-stress environment. And, to build a learning community where we engage with each other’s stories and express solidarity across our differences. Open to members of the Yale and New Haven community!

Norma Lytton Lecture | Edgar Heap of Birds, Spirit Citizen: Provocative Native American Public Art and Studio Practice

Edgar Heap of Birds, artist and Traditional Elk Warrior Society Leader, Cheyenne Nation of Oklahoma
This lecture presents Native origins recounted in revised US history, indigenous community art actions, and public art collaborations with museums and art centers in America and internationally, as well as sharp expressive political discourse through large-scale monoprint installations.

Family Program | Exploring Artism

This is a free program for families with children who are five to twelve years of age and on the autism spectrum. Participants look at artwork in the museum’s galleries followed by an activity in a museum classroom. A quiet room is available throughout the session with blankets and sensory toys. While the needs of individuals with autism are taken into account for the design of this program, it is also intended to be fun for parents, siblings, and other relatives too!

Conversation, Looking Back at 50 Years of Change in the Visual Arts

On the 50th anniversary of African American Studies at Yale, this panel brings together Yale School of Art alumni Howardena Pindell, M.F.A. 1967, Wangechi Mutu, M.F.A. 2000, and Kevin Beasley, M.F.A. 2012, with Courtney J. Martin, Director of the Yale Center for British Art, to reflect on changing perceptions of black visual arts since 1969 and to share views on how to ensure an inclusive global art world for the future.

Exhibit: Student Research on the History of Women at Yale

***All library exhibitions are closed until further notice as part of the university’s COVID-19 response. We invite you to visit our online exhibitions***

In conjunction with the 50 Women at Yale 150 campus-wide celebration, two Yale College seniors have curated side-by-side exhibits on two different aspects of women at Yale using materials from library collections.

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