Arts & Culture


George Nelson: Architect, Writer, Designer, Teacher
Yale School of Architecture
(203) 432-2292

The first comprehensive retrospective devoted to designer George Nelson ’28, ’31BArch, includes more than 120 examples of his home and office furnishings as well as 50-plus drawings, photographs, architectural models, films, and other works that illuminate his extraordinary career.

Through January 26


Reflections on Constable’s Cloud Studies: Paintings by Mark Leonard
Yale Center for British Art

(203) 432-2800

Renowned art restorer Mark Leonard took a hiatus in 2009 to concentrate on his own art. The result is a series of 11 paintings inspired by John Constable, whose works are part of the collection at the Yale Center for British Art. Leonard’s paintings will be displayed alongside the works that inspired them.

Through March 10


Portraits of Wounded Bodies: Photographs of Civil War Soldiers from Harewood Hospital, 1863–1866
Cushing/Whitney Medical Library

(203) 785-4354

Graphic images of Civil War soldiers recovering from their wounds are part of a larger examination of Civil War medicine and surgery that commemorates the war’s 150th anniversary.

January 16 through April 1


Yale Symphony Orchestra
Woolsey Hall

(203) 562-5666

The YSO appears with the Yale Glee Club, the Yale Concert Band, and the Elm City Girls Choir in a program that includes Wagner, Tristan and Isolde; Ives, Symphony No. 4; and the Duruflé Requiem.

February 23, 8 p.m.

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