This weekend, School of Art opens graduate student studios to public

Amaryllis Moleski, MFA in Painting/Printmaking ’19, in her studio during Open Studios 2018.
Amaryllis Moleski ’19 M.F.A. (Painting/Printmaking) in her studio during Open Studios 2018.

The Yale School of Art’s annual Open Studios, showcasing the work of approximately 85 first- and second-year students, will take place Saturday and Sunday, April 6 and 7, noon–6 p.m. More than an exhibition, Open Studios is an opportunity for visitors to meet the artists and learn about their creative process, note event organizers.

The event is free and open to the public.

The studios and exhibition spaces represent the areas of focus at the School of Art, consistently ranked as one of nation’s top art schools. Studios will be open across three buildings on Yale’s campus in downtown New Haven, including in Holcombe T. Green Jr. Hall, 1156 Chapel St.; 353 Crown St.; and 36 Edgewood Ave.

During exhibition hours, there will be a free shuttle bus running between New Haven Train Station and the different venues. For information, visit the Open Studios website.

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