The committee is responsible for advising the president about the numerous works of art situated in Yale’s public spaces, indoors and outdoors. They make recommendations regarding the inventory and condition of such art, and ways in which the university can make the art more accessible to campus residents and visitors, including tours and websites.
The committee welcomes the views of members of the university about art appearing in Yale’s public spaces. In accordance with Yale’s mission, the Report of the Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming, and the university’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, the committee reviews public works of art and makes recommendations to the president about future art acquisitions, conservation plans, and ways for public art to reflect the mission and diversity of Yale today.
Professor of Architecture; Director, Yale Urban Design Workshop and Center for Urban Design Research (YUDW, School of Architecture
Vice President for Facilities and Campus Development
Charles F. Montgomery Professor of the History of Art; Director, Center of Study in American Decorative Arts and Material Culture; Professor of American Studies, Director of Undergraduate Studies for History of Art
Professor and Chair of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry; Head, Branford College
Deputy Director of Research and Curator of Sculpture, Yale Center for British Art
Associate Professor, History of Art
Secretary; Vice President for University Life
Assistant Professor, History of Art
Carnegie Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art, History of Art
Associate Professor Painting/Printmaking, School of Art; Co-Director, Graduate Studies in Painting/Printmaking
Seymour H. Knox, Jr., Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Yale University Art Gallery
Vice Provost for Academic Resources
Director, Office of LGBTQ Resources; Senior Lecturer, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies