News and Events

  • “Our See of Islands”: Okinawa Summe...

    10 September 2019 (Tue) , 7PM- 9.30PM
    At Art Studio 3

    Students from a Summer LAB (Learning Across Boundaries) to Okinawa, Japan will be sharing their creative works and experiences at an exhibition.

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  • Artist Talk: Joan MacIntosh

    26 April 2019 (Fri) , 11:45
    At Elm Rector's Commons

    Join us for a lunchtime talk by actress, director, writer, and Yale Visiting Professor, Joan MacIntosh. Over this semester, Joan conducted two modules within the Arts and Humanities major: The Actor’s Journey: Training, Scenes, Performance, and American Avant Garde Theatre of the 1960s and 1970s.  

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  • On Affinities and Entitlement: Conversations su...

    24 April 2019 (Wed) , 20:00
    At Studio 3

    Nurul Huda Rashid shares her art practice and holds a conversation surrounding the ethics and politics of gender, violence, image-making and image-consuming. Her current project, Women in War, is a survey of images of women in war, critiqued through concepts of gender and violence, politics of the visual, and the role of media and the archives a...

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  • undo – Arts and Humanities Capstone Festi...

    5 April 2019 (Fri) , 19:00
    At Yale-NUS College

    This year's edition of the Arts & Humanities Capstone Festival is titled "undo", featuring works of twelve graduating students from the major.

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  • [Open Call] NUS Museum Internship Opportunities

    27 March 2019 (Wed)

    Applications for the NUS Museum Internship Programme are open until March 27. The NUS Museum Internship Programme aims to engage students by introducing them to museum work, providing research opportunities, developing skills, and access to mentorship. This programme aims to build a rapport with students and encourage their interests in the arts...

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  • un\becoming – Arts and Humanities Capston...

    11 April 2018 (Wed)
    At Yale-NUS College

    “un\becoming”: the festival event showcasing the capstone projects of the Class of 2018 Arts and Humanities majors. Featuring: shadows NEVER die! by Dynn Othman (Screenplay/Film) bare by Anisha Charan (Virtual Reality) Letter to a Stranger by Megan Chua (Nonfiction Writing/Piano performance) Kuumba: Exploring Tradition by Iwani Mawoc...

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  • Urbanisms; City Arts

    1 April 2016 (Fri)
    At Performance Hall, Yale-NUS College

    This course gives students the opportunity to engage with and examine arts practices and histories as they have developed in urban contexts at different times and places around the world. The case studies for the course may be drawn from various media including: visual arts, photography, writing, music, architecture, film etc. While engaging the...

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  • Travel Writing LAB in Kerala, India

    5 March 2016 (Sat)

    Written by Professor Heidi Stalla |  Image credit: Sean Cham   “I came to Kerala in late February 2016.  I saw light bulbs hanging from the trees.  I heard the groan of generators mixed with the constant cry of crows. I heard the drummers on the boardwalk of Cochin, and the trinket vendors calling out...

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  • Yale-NUS Symposium on Film and Painting

    5 March 2016 (Sat) , 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    At Performance Hall, Yale NUS College

    With the National Museum of Singapore, organised by Professor Brigitte Peucker. Speakers Steven Jacobs (PhD, University of Ghent) is an art historian who specialises in the relations between film and the visual arts. He is a professor in the Department of Art History, University of Ghent, Belgium. Brigitte Peucker (PhD, Yale University) is a Pro...

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