Gallery+Pink with Mixed Company of Yale

Young adults posed for a portrait outdoors. They are arranged in roughly four rows, with the front row kneeling and the back row standing.

Mixed Company of Yale. Photo courtesy Ben Weiss, BF ’27 

Mixed Company of Yale presents a performance at the Yale University Art Gallery that responds to themes and objects in the exhibition Sheila Levrant de Bretteville: Community, Activism, and Design. The performance will also activate “re:Pink,” a participatory exercise inspired by de Bretteville’s iconic 1974 poster assembling responses to the question “What does the color pink mean to you?” 

Gallery+ is an ongoing series of collaborations that invites responses to the Gallery’s collection through special programs and performances. Generously sponsored by the Martin A. Ryerson Lectureship Fund.