Yale University Art Gallery Artist-in-Residence Program, Now in Its Eighth Year


NEW HAVEN, CT.- The Yale University Art Gallery’s artist-in-residence program, now in its eighth year, is a research-based residency that brings renowned artists to Yale for up to four weeks, providing them with the opportunity to work with Yale scholars from all disciplines and to avail themselves of the University’s broad research and technological resources. Each artist in residence makes a public presentation on campus and interacts with undergraduate and graduate students, who are able to explore interdisciplinary connections between the artist’s work and their own studies. Among the artists hosted at Yale since the program’s inception are Janine Antoni, Yun-Fei Ji, Thomas Nozkowski, Alyson Shotz, and Paula Wilson. Carol Bove, Kerry James Marshall, and Richard Rezac are the Gallery’s 2010–11 Happy and Bob Doran Artists in Residence. Carol Bove’s exhibitions, publications, and edition