Yale Museums, May 13
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Yale University Museums
New Haven, Connecticut
Yale University Art Gallery. Founded in 1832 with a gift by John Trumbull of over 100 paintings, the collection now surpasses 200,000 objects representing ancient, medieval, and Renaissance art, Near and Far Eastern art, archaeological material from the University’s excavations, Pre-Columbian and African art, works of European and American masters from virtually every period, and a rich collection of modern art.
Enjoy free time midday to have lunch at one of several restaurants in the neighborhood and explore the Art Gallery in more detail, view one of its temporary exhibitions Byobu: The Grandeur of Japanese Screens or Jazz and Photography: Lee Friedlander and Milt Hinton, or visit the nearby Yale Center for British Art, the largest collection of British art and illustrated books anywhere outside the United Kingdom.
Join up with the group again in the afternoon for a talk and demonstration at the Yale Collection of Musical Instruments, one of the foremost repositories of its kind. The Collection includes instruments, accessories and related items, the majority of which document the Western European and American art music traditions. A growing minority represent the cultures and traditions of Asia, Africa and South America. A significant number of the instruments have been restored and are maintained in excellent playing condition.
Depart I-87: Exit 19 at 7 am, Exit 15 at 7:30 am, exit 8 at 8 am
Return I-87: Approximately 7 pm, 7:30 pm, 8 pm respectively
Cost per person: Hyde members $92; all others $117. Includes group transportation, admissions and tours, and driver’s gratuity. Reservations open to members only until April 1, 2014. All reservations must be received by April 29, 2014.
Image: View of the American Paintings and Sculpture galleries, Yale University Art Gallery. © Elizabeth Felicella, 2012