All posts filed under “Visual Arts

Humans of the ISM | Xiao Situ, M.A.R. ’17

Working at the Yale University Art Gallery gave me the idea to apply to the ISM. Before that, I was just thinking of becoming an art historian or a professor in art history, but while working here at the gallery, I interacted with different kinds […]

Alumni Profile | Deborah Patterson, M.Div. ’93

by Deborah Patterson, M.A.R. ’93   My time at the ISM was an alchemical moment in time when the elements of ideas, people, and place came together to produce a remarkable and magical experience.  Happily, this alchemy transformed my life as well.   Upon graduating […]

Exhibition | All That Remains

Each year, the ISM is proud to curate art exhibitions that engage with matters of spirituality, religion, and the sacred.  This fall, we featured the work of three artists–Rick Bartow, Judith Lowry, and Lewis deSoto–all of whom expressed their reactions to the loss of loved ones […]

Makoto Fujimura and the ISM

Spring semester is nearly upon us!  Classes begin on Monday, January 14th, and in the meantime, we are busy preparing for our first art exhibition of the new year! Makoto Fujimura’s  Four Holy Gospels and The Golden Sea opens at the Yale ISM next week, and promises […]

ISM Happenings: Fall 2012

This fall has been a busy one here at the ISM, with concerts, poetry readings, and art exhibitions–oh my!  Here are some snapshots of what we’ve been up to the past few months: In September, Oxford professor Belinda Jack spoke about her most recent book, The […]

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