Central Purpose

For 320 years before the Yale Schwarzman Center soft-opened in 2021—and 125 years since the country’s oldest such structure opened at the University of Pennsylvania—Yale students didn’t have a student center.

RUSUNUNGUKO (liberty / independence / freedom)

An installation by Nontsikelelo Mutiti...

“Yale Schwarzman Center Is an Arts & Culture Center Like No Other.” Executive Director Reflects on Center’s First Year

Stephen A. Schwarzman, Founder and CEO of investment giant Blackstone, grew up in a suburban Pennsylvania township where he spent his early summers running a lawn mowing business with his younger brothers or working in his family’s curtains and linens store.

Ash Fure’s 'ANIMAL: A Listening Gym' Connects People to their Deep Sensory Capabilities

Sound is an intrinsic part of human sensory experiences. Ash Fure, a sonic artist, has created a hands-on experience for people to connect with their animal side through sound.

Winners Announced For The 40th Annual IALD International Lighting Design Awards

A global audience took part in celebrating the finest examples of lighting design in the world through the presentation of the industry’s most prestigious awards.

YSC Presents Dancing about Architecture: A Common Conversation with Deborah Berke and David Rockwell

The role of the arts in community and placemaking is the central topic of “Dancing about Architecture: A Common Conversation” with Yale School of Architecture Dean Deborah Berke and architect and designer David Rockwell.

Hewitt Quadrangle & Beinecke Plaza (tour)

The space that knits landmarks together.