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To cap off Module 1 of the Yale Global Executive Leadership Program (), participants explored the Yale University Art Gallery. 🤩
The Peabody is thrilled to join the Yale Native American Cultural Center and the Yale University Art Gallery in welcoming award-winning artist Lokosh (Joshua D. Hinson) for a virtual conversation TODAY @ 12:30pm with Royce K. Young Wolf, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Associate in Native American Art and Curation.
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По покана на гл. ас. д-р Владимир Димитров и Център българо-европейски културни диалози / Bulgarian-European Cultural Dialogue Centre днес в UniArt Gallery гостува д-р Лиляна Милкова от Yale University, за да проведе практически семинар за преподаватели на тема: „Педагогика и практика на преподаване чрез предмети на изкуството“.
Д-р Милкова е ръководител на отдел „Академични дейности“ и куратор за образователни програми в Yale University Art Gallery. В семинара преподаватели от различни департаменти на НБУ разгледаха подробности за модели в американската образователната система, в които се използват алтернативни инструменти за визуално мислене и провокиране на анализ.
Съвременните поколения “millennials” и “generation Z” са силно повлияни от дигиталната революция и преосмислянето на подхода в тяхното образование е на дневен ред.
„Продуктивното прекъсване“ е в основата на концепцията, при която студентите се извеждат от ежедневната среда на обучение, за да експериментират в изучаването на отделните дисциплини през преживяване на емоцията от контакта с музейни експозиции, оригинални произведения и през култивирането на нови мисловни навици.
След лекцията преподавателите сами опитаха различните методи и интерпретираха идеите за колективна перспектива и дисциплинарна гледна точка.
in 1783, artist Samuel Lovett Waldo was born in Windham, CT. Trained in Hartford & London, Waldo associated with other famous painters such as John Trumbull & Benjamin West. See his at the Connecticut Historical Society Museum and Library & Yale University Art Gallery: https://ecs.page.link/p16Up
The Peabody is thrilled to join the Yale Native American Cultural Center, Yale University Art Gallery, and the Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media in welcoming celebrated musician and artist Hawk Henries for a live performance and conversation entitled “Evoking Ancestral Memory” next Thursday, April 14, at 12:30pm on Zoom. He’ll be joined by Royce K. Young Wolf, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Associate in Native American Art and Curation.
REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/37oG46o
Hawk Henries is an artist, composer, and flute musician of the Chaubunagungamaug band of Nipmuc. Hawk expertly crafts Eastern Woodlands flutes through ancestral and contemporary techniques. In this musical performance, Hawk presents his craft of flute making and shares his inspiring flute compositions. He utilizes music and storytelling, with a note of humor, to weave a calm, engaging, and thought-provoking experience. His transformative performances create contemplative spaces for unity and meaningful reflection on how we each have the capacity to make change in the world.
Royce K. Young Wolf (Eastern Shoshone, Hidatsa, and Mandan) will introduce the program and moderate the discussion to follow.
The event is generously sponsored by the Yale Department of the History of Art, the Yale Group for the Study of Native America, the Yale Native American Cultural Center, the Yale University Art Gallery’s Martin A. Ryerson Lectureship Fund, and the Yale Peabody Museum.
The Yale University Art Gallery says it received information that some art in its collection was stolen from their countries of origin. The pieces are linked to art dealer Subhash Kapoor who has been incarcerated in India since 2011 and faces additional trafficking charges in New York.
VAN GOGH DAILY
𝙎𝙦𝙪𝙖𝙧𝙚 𝙎𝙖𝙞𝙣𝙩-𝙋𝙞𝙚𝙧𝙧𝙚, 𝙋𝙖𝙧𝙞𝙨, Spring 1887. Oil on canvas, 59.4 x 81.3 cm. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT, USA 🇺🇸.
Van Gogh: The Life
"Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter (1865-1874)", 1872 Camille Pissarro - Mia Feigelson Gallery
By Camille Pissarro (Danish-French, 1830-1903)
oil on canvas; 72.7 x 59.5 cm (28 5/8 x 23 7/16 in.)
© Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, US
John Hay Whitney, B.A. 1926, M.A. (Hon.) 1956, Collection. Acquisition, 1982 https://bit.ly/36wnVUf
© Photo Credit: Yale University Art Gallery
Sitter: Jeanne-Rachel ('Minette') Pissarro (1865-1874)
"Of all the Pissarro children, Jeanne-Rachel (called 'Minette'), was her father’s favourite. As a toddler her father often painted her with her mother in genre scenes and landscapes, and she appears in more portraits than any of her siblings.
When she was just eight years old, Minette grew ill, and Pissarro represented her decline in a moving series of paintings, drawings, and a heartbreaking lithograph showing her as she lay dying. Few painters have dealt with the short life and death of a child more sensitively and dispassionately." ― Find out more https://bit.ly/3JVVzRO
| Source: The Clark Museum
En recuerdo de Andrea Karschenboim, mi hija menor.
First-ever visit to Yale University Art Gallery. Incredible.
Edward Hopper, American, 1882–1967, Western Motel, 1957, Oil on canvas, 30 5/8 × 50 1/2 in., Yale University Art Gallery, Bequest of Stephen Carlton Clark, B.A. 1903
John Trumbull (USA, 1756-1843), "Norwich Falls (or The Falls on the Yantic at Norwich)" (1806)
Oil on canvas, 68.6 × 91.4 cm
New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery