Arts & Culture


Native Son
Yale Repertory Theatre
(203) 432-1234

Richard Wright’s 1940 novel about race, oppression, and justice comes to the Yale Rep in this adaptation by Nambi E. Kelley.

November 24 through December 16


Northern Lights: The Thirteen
Institute of Sacred Music
(203) 432-5062

The Thirteen is a Washington, DC–based choir known for its expansive repertoire and invigorating performance. It will present a candlelit concert of works by Scandinavian, Baltic, and other northern composers, at New Haven’s Christ Church.

December 15, 7:30 pm


Critical Refuge: Sculptures by Mohamad Hafez
Whitney Humanities Center
(203) 432-0670

Artist and architect Mohamad Hafez, a native of Syria, creates his sculptures using found objects and drawing on personal memories, family stories, and media representations of his homeland. 

Through December 20


Around the World with Law’s Picture Books
Lillian Goldman Law Library
(203) 432-4494

Illustrated law books from 15 countries on six continents and in ten different languages.

Through December 15


Artists in Exile: Expressions of Loss and Hope
University Art Gallery
(203) 432-0600

A display of works by artists, from the nineteenth century to today, who left their homelands for reasons including discrimination and war. The exhibit explores exile as a catalyst for creativity

Through December 31

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