These are those fundraisers I love — if you have social plans anyway — why not have part of the proceeds benefit a great cause — it doesn’t cost you more — the bar is donating part of their proceeds that evening — love it! — Robbin

 

Good food; good drinks; good times!

 

 

Joel Shapiro, Untitled, 2002. Painted wood and wire. Yale University Art Gallery, Janet and Simeon Braguin Fund. © Joel Shapiro/Artists Rights Society (ARS)
03/01

Costume Ball: Plaster, Paper, Wood, and Wire

Thursday, March 1, 2018, 5:30 pm

We cordially invite all visitors to attend a costume ball celebrating the artists, materials, and creative processes featured in the Gallery’s spring exhibitions. Join us for an evening of participatory studio activities, talks, and performances. Visitors are encouraged to come in costumes inspired by the ball’s theme: Plaster, Paper, Wood, and Wire.

Please note that oversized costumes and objects will not be allowed in the galleries.

Presented in conjunction with the exhibitions Joel Shapiro: Plaster, Paper, Wood, and WireManuel Neri: The Human Figure in Plaster and on PaperPompeii: Photographs and FragmentsSol LeWitt Wall Drawings: Expanding a Legacy, and Japan’s Global Baroque, 1550–1650. Generously sponsored by the Martin A. Ryerson Lectureship Fund.

Open to:  General Public

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YALE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY PERFORMANCE
Set to Music:
Noël Coward’s Piano
Friday, February 23, 1:30 pm

Pianist Miles Walter (MC ’18) and vocalists Sammy Grob (MC ’20) and Erin Krebs (JE ’18) present songs by Schwartz, Sondheim, and more. This performance features musical theater numbers dating from the 1920s to the present—including early works by Noël Coward himself, and recent originals by Grob and Walter.

Set to Music is a performance series in which students and community members are invited to play a piano that once belonged to Sir Noël Peirce Coward (1899–1973), the flamboyant English playwright, composer, director, actor, and singer.

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Geronimo Tequila Bar & Southwest Grill will be celebrating National Margarita Day this Thursday, February 22, with three special margaritas:  the Cool Pepper Margarita, featuring housemade cucumber-infused tequila and jalapeno-infused tequila, the LoLo Margarita, featuring St. Germain and cilantro, and the Classic Geronimo Margarita (picture attached).  

About Geronimo Tequila Bar and Southwest Grill

Geronimo Tequila Bar and Southwest Grill brings the authentic taste of Santa Fe, New Mexico to Connecticut.  With acclaimed Executive Chef Arturo Franco-Camacho at the helm, Geronimo’s cuisine is 100% Southwestern, even sourcing its Chile peppers directly from New Mexico, with the menu including tacos, award-winning chile, quesadillas, Navajo frybread, tamales and more.  In addition to its award-winning cuisine, Geronimo has received several accolades for its cocktails, as the restaurant features the largest selection of Tequila on the East Coast.  With over 400 options, the bar also offers more than 40 varieties of Mezcal, an extensive wine list and top-shelf liquors.  The restaurant recently became one of 40 establishments in the world to receive its CRT Award T Certification from the Mexican government’s Tequila Regulatory Council, recognizing their commitment and knowledge of Tequila.

 

With locations at 271 Crown Street in New Haven and 2070 Post Road in Fairfield, both restaurants feature indoor and outdoor dining, indoor fireplaces, private event space and catering services.  Geronimo is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, and offers brunch on Sunday’s.  For more information, visitgeronimobarandgrill.com/.  The restaurant can also be found on Facebook (Geronimo Tequila Bar and Southwestern Grill) and Instagram (geronimotequilabar).

 

 

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Join us for a conversation with Rob Bettigole (Elm Street Ventures)

STARTUP GRIND NEW HAVEN

Rob is the founder and Managing Partner of New Haven-based Elm Street Ventures, a seed and early stage venture capital firm in which Yale is the largest investor. Founded in 2006, ESV has invested in 21 companies to date, co-founding many of them. Rob served on the Operating Board of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute from its inception in 2007 through its absorption by Tsai CITY in 2017 and is on the Investment Committee of the YEI Innovation Fund, which Elm Street manages. He has a BS in Engineering and Applied Science from Yale University and an MPPM from the Yale School of Management, where he is an Executive Fellow and helps teach courses on entrepreneurship.

Rob serves as Chairman of P2 Science and is also a board member of SeeClickFix. He is Elm Street’s observer on the boards of Arvinas, Inc. and Device42; previously, he served as a board member of AxioMx, ShareGrove and Retail Optimization Inc. and served as an observer on the boards of Affomix, BioRelix, and Metagenomix. Prior to ESV, Rob ran an infrastructure business and helped found several start-ups. Earlier in his career, he was a venture capitalist with Rothschild Inc. and Investor AB.

UPCOMING EVENT
MONDAY, MARCH 5
Rob Bettigole (Managing Partner, Elm Street Ventures)
FIRESIDE CHAT
Rob is the founder and Managing Partner of New Haven-based Elm Street Ventures, an early stage VC in which Yale is the largest investor. ESV has invested in 21 companies to date, co-founding many of them. He served on the Operating Board of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute from 07 through its absorption by Tsai CITY in 17. He serves as Chairman of P2 Science and is a board member of SeeClickFix.
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We are a global startup community designed to educate, inspire and connect entrepreneurs. Founded in Silicon Valley, Startup Grind now spans over 300 cities across the world.

IAN ANDERSON PRESENTS

JETHRO TULL

50th ANNIVERSARY TOUR

 

Wednesday, September 12  7:30pm

 

Toyota Oakdale Theatre

95 South Turnpike Rd | Wallingford CT

 

Reserved Tickets: $125* $95*, $75, $55*, $45*

 

Tickets on sale this Friday Feb 23 @ 10am

Oakdale.com | charge by phone 800-745-3000

 

 

 

*addnl fees apply to all tickets / dates & times subject to change

 

LOVING VINCENT

Made with oil-painted animation, this movie tells the story of a young man who travels to Vincent van Gogh’s town to deliver the troubled artist’s last letter, and ends up investigating the artist’s final days there.

2017. UK. 94 min. Rated PG-13. Directed by Dorota Kobiela & Hugh Welchman.

 

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
Tickets are available for purchase at the door.

All Showtimes:
Both screenings are preceded by a 1:15pm gallery tour exploring the museum’s Self Portrait (c. 1887), by Vincent van Gogh.
Saturday, February 17 at 2 pm
Sunday, February 18 at 2 pm

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