Saturday, April 15 & Sunday, April 16, 2023, 12PM-6PM
1156 Chapel Street & 36 Edgewood Ave., New Haven
Free & open to the public, with artwork accessible online
Open Studios website launching on Friday, April 14 here >
Open to the public; pre-registration is encouraged.
(Pre-register by clicking the orange “Register” button above.)
The Yale School of Art is excited to announce that its annual graduate open studios event is taking place in person in 2023, with work by participating artists also made available online.
Studios in the departments of Graphic Design, Painting and Printmaking, Photography, and Sculpture will be open to the public and are located across Yale’s campus in downtown New Haven. Members of the public are invited to check in at both 1156 Chapel Street and 36 Edgewood Avenue in New Haven.
Pre-registration is encouraged, but day-of registration will also be available at the door.
All visitors are required to be fully vaccinated and boosted, and should be prepared to show proof of this if asked.
Masks are strongly recommended and may be required in some spaces based on the University’s capacity and visitor policies.
Events—satellite projects, screenings, performances, and workshops—are also being hosted across the School of Art as part of Open Studios. The full schedule of community-led programming will be made available through the School of Art’s public events calendar and on the 2023 Open Studios website.
Online representation of work by participating MFA students will also be made available as part of a continued effort to expand the means through which students’ work and practice is accessible to the public as part of the annual open studios event.
The 2023 Open Studios website will launch ahead of the start of Open Studios weekend on the evening of Friday, April 14, 2023 at yaleart.org/openstudios.