One: A Web Series

One

One, a web series produced by the Yale Schwarzman Center, highlights interdisciplinary approaches to the arts in relation to the Center’s values of collaboration, wellness and belonging.

The inaugural season illuminates the creative and academic merits of student works impacted by social distance and explores perspectives on community-building among dispersed groups. The series title, One, is a nod to the Schwarzman Center’s aspiration to advance a sense of “One Yale” and create an interconnected community that builds new traditions of student engagement around the campus and into the world.

Episodes

8.20.21

'One,' Episode 22: Nora Massie & Safia Speer

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A collaborative, made-for-video dance piece highlighting the strength and continuity of community across distance.
5.12.21

'One,' Episode 21: Rudi Goblen, Christopher Betts, and Madeline Pages

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The collaborative relationship between playwright and director
4.16.21

'One,' Episode 20: Madi Cupp-Enyard & Jax Blaska

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A re-imagined production of Chicago
4.7.21

'One,' Episode 19: Erin Sullivan & Liam Bellman-Sharpe

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Art at the intersection of live performance and recorded media.
2.9.21

'One,' Episode 18: Carrie Mannino tells a broader, deeper story of community in the aftermath of tragedy

2.2.21

'One' Episode 17: Daniela Hart helps amplify 'Pandemic Voices' through sound design and dance videos

1.26.21

‘One’ Episode 16: Jared Newman channels poetry as a process of inquiry

11.19.20

‘One’ Episode 15: Dylan Schifrin illuminates humor and humanity in the face of apocalyptic uncertainty

11.9.20

‘One’ Episode 14: Astouline Nutakor & Iragi Nkera engage local communities through theater arts

9.29.20

‘One’ Episode 13: Kai-Lan Olson explores relationships between music, dance, injury recovery & prevention

8.14.20

‘One’ Episode 12: Alison Hall Kibbe discusses links between bodily movement, history and identity

7.31.20

‘One’ Episode 11: T.C. Martin reconciles wellness, belonging and body image in autobiographical essay

7.13.20

‘One’ Episode 10: Paige Hann explores VR to lessen physical distance, increase accessibility in theater

7.8.20

‘One’ Episode 9: Yale Cab members talk collaborative leadership amid health and racial crises

6.22.20

‘One’ Episode 8: Liwei Wang investigates Chinatown’s urbanism through aesthetics

6.12.20

‘One’ Episode 7: Roommates talk homemaking, remembering and belonging through art

6.3.20

‘One’ Episode 6: Sofía Campoamor explores distance, collaboration through music

5.27.20

‘One’ Episode 5: Amanda Thomas talks self-discovery and belonging in ‘roleplay’

5.20.20

‘One’ Episode 4: Student-alumni trio reveals social media’s hidden strengths as a stage for opera

5.4.20

‘One’ Episode 3: Public Health scholars blend arts and tech to boost energy

4.22.20

‘One’ Episode 2: Camilla Tassi finds emotion and meaning in projection design

4.10.20

Welcome to ‘One’: Inaugural episode of web series features YC ’22s Gabrielle Niederhoffer and Laurie Gomez