Pathways to Arts and Humanities

Yale Pathways to Arts & Humanities welcomes local public high school students to Yale’s campus for a wide array of arts and humanities performances, talks, tours, and seminars. Pathways programs and events include the MOSAIC lecture and workshop series featuring graduate students and professors in history, philosophy, and public humanities, the New Voices in Theater high school playwriting program led by graduate students at the Yale School of Drama, and special exhibitions and behind-the-stacks tours with curators at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. New events and programs are developed each year in collaboration with museums and libraries including the art and science of museum curation at the Yale Center for British Art and hands-on demonstrations of medieval pigment recipes and paper preservation with Beinecke Library conservators and archivists.


12/05/2020 - 10:30am
New Voices in Theater is a playwriting program hosted by Yale Pathways to Arts & Humanities and students at the Yale School of Drama.

12/05/2020 - 2:00pm
The Jane Matilda Bolin Program provides students with an opportunity to learn African-American studies in college seminar-style sessions.