SPECIAL ADVISORY: All Gallery teaching sessions and public programs have moved online for the fall. Learn More

Overview

Lectures, performances, panel discussions, artist talks, readings, film screenings, and other events provide thought-provoking perspectives on art from the museum’s collection and exhibitions. Gallery talks and tours—offered on a wide range of artists, cultures, and time periods—are a great way to learn by looking at original works of art.

Programs Update

There are no public programs scheduled at this time. Watch videos of past programs, artist interviews, and more on our YouTube channel.

For the latest news from the Gallery, subscribe to our newsletter.

Programs Advisory Committee

The Gallery’s Programs Advisory Committee offers Yale students the chance to inform the content, focus, accessibility, and relevance of Gallery programs—from lectures and talks to performances and film screenings. Working closely with the Programs curator, the committee considers the Gallery’s University and local communities and how those audiences engage with the collection.

Learn More and Apply