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GRAPHIC DESIGN MFA THESIS SHOW 2016

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FRIDAY 05/06/16

7:30 pm 

Caetlin 
Benson-Allott 
keynote 
address 
and 
screening. 
 

Whitney 
Humanities 
Center, 
53 
Wall 
St., 
New 
Haven, 
CT, 
06511. 
 

In 
the 
Whitney 
Humanities 
Center 
Auditorium. 
keynote 
address, 
reception, 
and 
VHS 
screening 
of 
“Tales 
from 
the 
Quadead 
Zone”. 
The 
keynote 
speaker 
will 
be 
Caetlin 
Benson-Allott, 
University 
of 
Oklahoma. 
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THIS WEEK
05/02 – 05/08
 
FRIDAY


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SIDE SHOW BOOK PARTY

Finally, here by popular demand, it is ALIVE, it is REAL, and it will be at the Yale School of Art ONE NIGHT ONLY!

On May 11 please join us for a celebration of the publication of the catalog for SIDE SHOW the 2015 exhibition at the Yale School of Art’s Edgewood Gallery.

The festivities will begin at 530p with James Taylor, historian and collector extraordinaire, giving a talk on curiosity and curiosities followed by buffet-style dinner, drinks and books, Books, BOOKS!

Green Hall 1156 Chapel St. New Haven, CT Green Hall Gallery first floor

The Perfection of Curiosity What You Need to Know About “Weirdness as Entertainment”

What is “sideshow,” and why does it seem to be the backdrop for so much of what we see in the show biz? As recently as the end of the last century, sideshow performance – “weirdness as entertainment,” from sword swallowers to glass eaters to fire breathers to human blockheads – was on the wane everywhere in the variety entertainment business, itself an apparently endangered species. Now on the rebound everywhere, extreme performance is still the most misunderstood of all the show biz forms, be it the exhibition of “freaks” or the presentation of freakish entertainment. Sideshow and variety entertainment historian James Taylor – who’s been called “the world’s foremost authority on sideshow” – debunks the myths of the business and helps show why novelty & variety entertainment remains the most vital of the performing arts.

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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 Thursday, May 5th by 5:00 p.m. 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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There are two portions to the move-out dates. Please make note of these dates and plan accordingly. We urge you to make any necessary arrangements in advance (boxes, moving vehicles, completion of work, and return of equipment and keys). Friday, May 13th, 5:00 p.m. If you were enrolled in any Undergraduate art course at Yale held in School of Art buildings, and/or did any work in any of the facilities or shops (wood/welding/printshop/digital labs/darkrooms), you must remove all work from these spaces. All shops/facilities etc. will close at that time which means no printing, sawing, press or welding work, etc. Return of all equipment must take place by 3:00 p.m. on that day. Tuesday, May 31st, 12:00 p.m. All graduating MFA Art students must vacate all MFA individual grad studios and work spaces of the Yale School of Art by Tuesday, May 31st at 12:00 p.m. There is no storage anywhere in any of our buildings. Kris Mandelbaum will take keys from Painting/Printmaking and Sculpture students. Patsy Mastrangelo will take keys from all Graphic Design and Photography students. Inspections will take place in late-May by Sal Schaivone, Kris Mandelbaum, Patsy Mastrangelo, and Ben Donaldson, and any necessary charges will be made if there are damages.
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MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES

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

10/12- The Yes Men

10/26- Phillip Pearlstein

11/09- Brody Condon

11/16- Tom Lawson

2016

2/8- Yvonne Rainer

2/22- Jo Melvin

2/29- Emory Douglas

3/07- Laurence Weschler & Alex Melamid

3/28- Stan Douglas

3/31- Bridgette Cornand “Bourgeois Screening”

4/04- LaToya Ruby Frazier

4/11- Josephine Meckseper

4/18- Julie & Roger Corman

4/21- Jim Hodges (Thursday)

4/25- Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley

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