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Yale University School of Art
1156 Chapel Street, POB 208339
New Haven, Connecticut, 06520-8339
(203) 432-2600

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

FALL 2016

Aug. 29, M.  ——  Orientation for all new students.
Aug. 30, T.  ——  Registration for all students.
Aug. 31, W.  ——  Fall-term classes begin, 8:20 a.m.
Sep. 5, M.  ——  Labor Day; classes do not meet; offices closed
Sep. 19, M.  ——  Last day to add a course with permission of registrar.
Oct. 18, T.  ——  October recess begins, 11 p.m.
Oct. 24, M.  ——  October recess ends; Classes resume, 8:20 a.m.
Oct. 28, F.  ——  Last day to drop a course with permission of registrar.
Midterm grades due, 12 noon.
Nov. 17, TH.  ——  Annual All-School Open House.
Nov. 18, F.  ——  November recess begins, 5:30 p.m.
Nov. 28, M.  ——  Classes resume, 8:20 a.m.
Dec. 9, F.  ——  Last day to withdraw from a course with permission of instructor and registrar.
Fall-term classes end, 5:30 p.m.
Reading period begins.
Dec. 15, TH.  ——  Critiques and examinations begin, 9 a.m.
Dec. 21, W.  ——  Critiques and examinations end, 5:30 p.m.
Winter recess begins.

SPRING 2017

Jan. 04, W.  ——  Closing date for submission of online applications
* * * * for admission in September 2017, 12 midnight EST
Jan. 16, M.  ——  Martin Luther King Day; classes do not meet, offices closed.
Jan. 17, T.  ——  Registration for all students.
* * * * Academic classes begin
Jan. 18, W.  ——  Spring-term School of Art classes begin, 8:20 a.m.
Feb. 06, M.  ——  Last day to add a course with permission of registrar.
Mar. 10, F.  ——  Last day to drop a course with permission of registrar.
* * * * Midterm grades due, 12 noon.
* * * * Spring recess begins, 5:30 p.m.
Mar. 27, M.  ——  Spring recess ends; classes resume, 8:20 a.m.
Apr. 28, F.  ——  Last day to withdraw from a course with permission of instructor and registrar.
* * * * Spring-term classes end, 5:30 p.m.
* * * * Reading period begins
May 04, TH.  ——  Critiques and examinations begin, 9 a.m.
May 10, W.  ——  Critiques and examinations end 5:30 p.m.
* * * * Summer recess begins.
May 22, M.  ——  University Commencement.
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TODAY  Wednesday, 03/29/17

12:30 pm 

Douglas 
Rosenberg 
Surface 
Tensions: 
Screenic 
Bodies 
The 
Sequential 
Moment. 

School 
of 
Art, 
Room 
204, 
36 
Edgewood 
Ave., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 

Douglas 
Rosenberg’s 
practice 
explores 
historical 
and 
theoretical 
intersections 
of 
dance 
and 
moving-image. 
Rosenberg’s 
authorship 
includes 
the 
book 
Screendance: 
Inscribing 
the 
Ephemeral 
Image; 
The 
International 
Journal 
of 
Screendance, 
which 
he 
founded 
with 
Claudia 
Kappenberg; 
and 
he 
is 
currently 
promoting 
the 
release 
of 
his 
edited 
volume 
The 
Oxford 
Handbook 
of 
Screendance 
Studies. 
Rosenberg 
is 
currently 
the 
chair 
of 
the 
UW 
Madison 
Art 
Department. In 
this 
event, 
Rosenberg 
will 
discuss 
paradigms 
for 
the 
treatment 
of 
dance 
in 
various 
arts 
contexts. 
This 
event 
will 
be 
held 
at 
the 
School 
of 
Art’s 
36 
Edgewood 
Avenue 
building; 
it 
is 
sponsored 
by 
the 
Yale 
School 
of 
Art 
and 
the 
Digital 
Media 
Center 
for 
the 
Arts. 
Map

1:30 pm 

Joel 
Sternfeld 
lecture. 

School 
of 
Art, 
Room 
G-10 
(The 
Pool), 
1156 
Chapel 
St., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 

Visiting 
Artist 
in 
Photography. 
Map

8:00 pm 

Open 
Drawing. 

School 
of 
Art, 
Room 
G-01, 
1156 
Chapel 
St., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 

Materials 
and 
Model 
provided. 
Map


THURSDAY  03/30/17

12:30 pm 

David 
Altmejd 
lecture. 

School 
of 
Art, 
Room 
C220, 
353 
Crown 
St., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 

Visiting 
Artist. 
Map

7:00 pm 

Young 
Joo 
Lee 
Projects 
in 
Blended 
Reality: 
Bring 
Back 
the 
Dead 
to 
Life. 

Digital 
Media 
Center 
for 
the 
Arts, 
149 
York 
St., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06510. 

This 
workshop 
explores 
use 
of 
3D 
scanning 
and 
Blender 
to 
animate 
clay 
sculpture. 
No 
prior 
knowledge 
of 
sculpting 
or 
3D 
software 
required. 
Map


FRIDAY  03/31/17

12:30 pm 

Judith 
Bernstein 
lecture. 

School 
of 
Art, 
Room 
C220, 
353 
Crown 
St., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 

Visiting 
Artist. 
Map


SATURDAY  04/01/17

12:00 pm 

M.F.A. 
Open 
Studios 
2017. 

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

The 
Yale 
School 
of 
Art 
hosts 
its 
annual 
graduate 
open 
studios 
featuring 
work 
from 
the 
departments 
of 
Graphic 
Design, 
Painting 
and 
Printmaking, 
Photography, 
and 
Sculpture. 
Studios 
are 
open 
to 
the 
public 
and 
located 
across 
four 
buildings 
on 
Yale’s 
campus 
in 
downtown 
New 
Haven. With 
BODY 
DOUBLE: 
Screening 
and 
Lecture 
by Bruce 
Hainley 
at 
6PM 
on 
April 
1 For 
more 
information 
visit 
art.yale.edu/OpenStudios. 1156 
Chapel 
Street 
353 
Crown 
Street 
32-36 
Edgewood 
Avenue New 
Haven, 
Connecticut. 
Map

6:00 pm 

Body 
Double. 

School 
of 
Art, 
204, 
36 
Edgewood 
Ave., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 

Bruce 
Hainley 
will 
present 
lecture 
on 
Hervé 
Guibert 
and 
Saying 
“Action” 
to 
Autofiction 
as 
part 
of 
the 
2017 
School 
of 
Art 
Lecture 
Series 
Dailiness. 
The 
Popess 
of 
Reality 
TV. 
Wrath. 
Soft 
sex. 
Living 
versus 
surviving. 
Memoirs 
of 
Midget. 
Duras-ion. 
Imagining 
Italy. 
AIDS. 
Martian 
cannibals. 
Pudency. 
Pinocchio. 
Chinese 
medicine. 
Junkies. 
Disappearance. Bruce 
Hainley 
is 
the 
author 
of 
Under 
the 
Sign 
of 
[sic]. 
contributing 
editor 
of 
Artforum, 
he 
lives 
in 
Los 
Angeles 
and 
is 
the 
Associate 
Chair 
of 
Graduate 
Art 
at 
ArtCenter 
College 
of 
Design. + 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. 
Map


SUNDAY  04/02/17

12:00 pm 

M.F.A. 
Open 
Studios 
2017. 

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

The 
Yale 
School 
of 
Art 
hosts 
its 
annual 
graduate 
open 
studios 
featuring 
work 
from 
the 
departments 
of 
Graphic 
Design, 
Painting 
and 
Printmaking, 
Photography, 
and 
Sculpture. 
Studios 
are 
open 
to 
the 
public 
and 
located 
across 
four 
buildings 
on 
Yale’s 
campus 
in 
downtown 
New 
Haven. With 
BODY 
DOUBLE: 
Screening 
and 
Lecture 
by Bruce 
Hainley 
at 
6PM 
on 
April 
1 For 
more 
information 
visit 
art.yale.edu/OpenStudios. 1156 
Chapel 
Street 
353 
Crown 
Street 
32-36 
Edgewood 
Avenue New 
Haven, 
Connecticut. 
Map

ALL SCHOOL CALENDAR
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THIS WEEK
03/29 – 04/04
TODAY
Douglas Rosenberg Surface Tensions: Screenic Bodies & The Sequential Moment
Joel Sternfeld lecture.
Open Drawing
THURSDAY
David Altmejd lecture.
Young Joo Lee Projects in Blended Reality: Bring Back the Dead to Life
FRIDAY
Judith Bernstein lecture.
SATURDAY
M.F.A. Open Studios 2017
Body Double
SUNDAY
M.F.A. Open Studios 2017


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