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All undergraduate classrooms, studio spaces, and workshops must be vacated by all Yale undergraduate course enrollees and all Yale Art Majors on Tuesday, May 9th.  Any materials/work or personal belongings left in any undergraduate classrooms or studios will be discarded promptly after the vacate dates.   All keys to any classrooms or studios must be returned at that time to Linda Sandrey, Room 122, Green Hall.  Note that all workshops, labs and other facilities in the School will close on that day as well, including the digital labs, printshop, woodshop, welding areas, etc.  There is no storage anywhere in any of our buildings. 
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MONDAY 05/01/17

6:30 pm 

Art 
142 
Introduction 
to 
Documentary 
Filmmaking 
Final 
Project 
Film 
Festival. 
 

School 
of 
Art, 
B03, 
1156 
Chapel 
St., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 
 

The 
8-minute 
documentary 
shorts 
of 
each 
student 
are 
the 
result 
of 
pitching, 
research, 
production 
and 
post 
of 
the 
last 
1/3 
semester 
in 
the 
class. 
Topics 
are 
as 
varied 
as 
they 
are 
fascinating. 
There 
were 
two 
sections 
of 
the 
class 
this 
semester 
and 
each 
night 
the 
films 
will 
be 
different 
to 
accommodate 
each 
class. 
Please 
Join 
us. May 
and 
2, 
2017 
6:30 
pm 1156 
Chapel 
Street, 
Room 
B03 Open 
to 
the 
Yale 
community. 
Map

6:30 pm 

Carol 
Bove: 
An 
Artist’s 
Talk. 
 

Carol 
Bove. 
 

School 
of 
Art, 
E.I.K., 
32 
Edgewood 
Ave., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 
 

Yale 
School 
of 
Art 
invites 
artists, 
critics, 
academics 
and 
cultural 
practitioners 
throughout 
each 
semester 
to 
speak 
about 
wide 
variety 
of 
topics 
and 
to 
conduct 
studio 
visits 
with 
our 
graduate 
students.  
Lectures 
are 
free 
and 
open 
to 
the 
public. 
Carol 
Bove 
(born 
1971, 
Geneva) 
lives 
and 
works 
in 
Brooklyn, 
NY. 
Her 
sculptures, 
assemblages, 
paintings 
and 
prints 
are 
represented 
in 
permanent 
collections 
around 
the 
world 
including 
The 
Museum 
of 
Modern 
Art, 
NYC; 
Fonds 
Régional 
d’Art 
Contemporain, 
Dunkerque, 
France; 
The 
Aishti 
Foundation, 
Beirut 
and 
The 
Whitney 
Museum 
of 
American 
Art, 
NYC. 
Recent 
solo 
exhibitions 
include 
Polka 
Dots, 
David 
Zwirner, 
New 
York; 
Carol 
Bove 
Carlo 
Scarpa, 
Henry 
Moore 
Institute, 
England 
(in 
collaboration 
with 
Museion, 
Bolzano, 
Italy 
and 
Museum 
Dhondt-Dhaenens, 
Deurle, 
Belgium); 
The 
Plastic 
Unit, 
David 
Zwirner 
London; 
Caterpillar, 
High 
Line, 
NYC 
and 
The 
Equinox 
The 
Museum 
of 
Modern 
Art, 
NYC. 
Her 
work 
has 
been 
featured 
in 
prominent 
group 
exhibitions 
including 
dOCUMENTA 
(13) 
in 
2012; 
The 
54th 
Venice 
Biennale 
in 
2011; 
The 
2008 
Whitney 
Biennial 
and 
Greater 
New 
York 
2005 
at 
P.S.1. 
Contemporary 
Art 
Center. 
This 
spring, 
she 
will 
co-represent 
Switzerland 
in 
the 
57th 
International 
Art 
Exhibition 
at 
the 
Venice 
Biennale. 
Map



ALL SCHOOL CALENDAR
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THIS WEEK
04/29 – 05/05
 
MONDAY
TUESDAY
Art 142 Introduction to Documentary Filmmaking Final Project Film Festival
WEDNESDAY
“The Nine” Screening


ALL SCHOOL LECTURE SERIES

All lectures take place 6:30pm in 204 EDG36 at unless otherwise noted:

09/12/16- Sam Gilliam

09/19/16- Student Travel Grant Presentations

10/03/16- Erwin Hauer

10/05/16 Wednesday- Goran Olsson/Christopher Lebron at 32EDG

10/10/16- Claudia Rankine at 32EDG/EIK

02/13/17- Rebecca Morris

02/20/17- ART IN CRISIS at 32EDG/EIK

03/02/17 Thursday 6pm- Muneer Ahmad at 32EDG/EIK

03/27/17- Genesis P-Orridge

04/01/17 – “Body Double” a lecture by Bruce Hainley, 6PM

04/17/17- ASSEMBLE: A Collective Talk at 104 GREEN

05/01/17: Carol Bove: An Artist’s Talk at 32EDGE/E.I.K.

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