“Africa Salon,” Yale University’s annual festival of contemporary African arts and culture, returns to campus March 28 through April 3.
Organized by The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, Africa Salon 2016 will bring cutting-edge artists, musicians, dancers, and thinkers to Yale and New Haven to present their work, share their ideas, and expand perceptions of Africa.
For details about this year’s lineup, visit the salon’s website. All events are open to the public, and most are free, but registration is required. The salon is sponsored by Stephen and Ruth Hendel ’73 and the Hendel Fund for Innovation in Africa.