arts@yaleNYC promotes diverse dialogue and intellectual engagement with the arts in NYC across all art forms through educational, career, and networking events.
Fall 2020 Update
Check out this awesome FREE offering from Georgia Silvera Seamans, Yale School of the Environment ’01, who is co-leading a bird-themed STEM class for K-5th graders through the end of October 2020:
Explore Birds From Home
Kids 5-10 years old, join Eco Projects + KoKo NYC for free bird natural history and maker classes! We will learn about birds, their super powers, and create bird-inspired objects using common household items. There is a new theme each session. Classes will be held on Wednesdays at 3:30 pm EDT (Sep 16 - Oct 30). Each session will last 45-60 minutes.
Explore Birds From Home is funded in part by a 2020 LMCC Creative Engagement Grant.
We are saddened to put our programming on hold during this difficult time. While live performance, in-person talks, studio visits, etc. are on hiatus, we know that you may have found new ways to share your talents. If you would like us to publicize your creative output, please contact Michael Protacio at , and we'll do our best to get the word out here and on social media.
Below, you'll see descriptions of past initiatives we hope to plan again someday soon.
arts@yaleNYC Theatre Nights
By popular demand, yale.NYC's has organized Theater Nights with talkbacks and post-show drinks to bring you behind-the-scenes access, great conversation, and unbeatable theater experiences. Yale alumni are everywhere in NYC theater, and we want you to meet them! Join us for quality discussion with the show's creators—and to meet theater lovers just like you.
A series of intimate art salons and studio visits featuring Yale alumni artists.
Got a project coming up?
Congrats! We want to hear about your latest and greatest endeavour. We'll add it to our upcoming events calendar and encourage your fellow Yalies to check it out. You might even get a spotlight in our upcoming newsletter!
Or, want to organize an arts@yaleNYC event? Let us know!
collage images © Yale University / Michael Marsland & Mara Lavitt, photographers