Students open their arts in Yale School of Arts annual Open Studios

Photos: Students open their arts in Yale School of Arts annual Open Studios

(Tammy Nguyen)
(Claudia Cortinez)
(Deirdre Sargent)
(Lucia Hierro)
(John Szlasa)
(Kristen Richards)
(Matthew Muturi-Kioi)
(Work by Sonja Foard in back and by Ala Dehghan in front)
(Thomas Chung)
(Timothy Wilson)
(Mario Moore)
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The annual Open Studios at Yale School of Art, showcasing the work of some 128 emerging artists in their creative habitat, will take place Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28, noon–6 p.m.

The studios and exhibition spaces, representing the four areas of focus at the School of Art, are dispersed in three buildings: graphic design in Holcombe T. Green Jr. Hall, 1156 Chapel St.; painting and printmaking at 353 Crown St. (accessible through Green Hall); and sculpture and photography in the Sculpture Building, 36 Edgewood Ave.

Second-year students at the school will display the projects they created for their master's degrees as well as other work reflecting their formative years at Yale School of Art, consistently the nation’s highest-ranked art school.

More than an exhibition, Open Studios is an opportunity for visitors to learn about the individual experience of the artists and as well as the creative process itself, note event organizers.

During the exhibit, there will be a free shuttle bus running between the New Haven train station and the studios.

For more information, call 203-432-2600.