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March 2017

Anne Bogart '74 creates CHESS MATCH NO 5 from John Cage transcripts. (Broadway World)

Paris Kazis '12 writes How Safe Stoves are Changing People's Lives (Panorama)

Virginia Hanusik '14 photography of New Orleans is a featured find. (Aint-Bad.)

Elizabeth Royte '81 writes about New York's King of Compost. (New York Times)

Miles Joris-Peyrafitte ’14 is interviewed about his modern coming-of-age feature film. (Hollywood Soapbox)

Nicole Katz '02 talks about her perfect paper biz in Los Angeles. (Sight Unseen)


February 2017

Cynthia Conti-Cook ’03 receives Michele S. Maxian Award for Outstanding Public Defense. (Legal-Aid)

Laida Lertxundi ’03 talks about the influence Bard film professors John Pruitt and Peter Hutton have had on her work. (Film Comment)

Jim Toia '85 shares his insight of the natural world. (State of the Arts)

See work from Marissa Bluestone '01 in the American Academy of Arts and Letters 2017 Invitational. (American Academy of Arts and Letters)

 

January 2017

Georgia Hodes '94 is named assistant professor in School of Neuroscience at Virginia Tech. (VT News)

Lola Kirke '12 dishes on the Paul Ryan pin she donned at the Golden Globes. (Elle)

Yugon Kim '98 wins an architectural Miller Prize. (The Republic)

Tschabalala Self ’12 is featured as one of Forbes "30 Under 30" influencers you should know about. (Blavity)

'Eva Hesse' producer, Karen Shapiro '78, speaks on documentary at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck (Hudson Valley One)

Films, 'Landfill' and 'When It Was Blue' by Jennifer Reeves '93 screened at the Whitney Museum. (Whitney)

Meet Ting Ting Cheng ’02 and the other women organizing the Women’s March on Washington. (Vogue)

A review of Matt Tabibi's '92 new book, 'Insane Clown President.' (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Photographer, Steve Schapiro '55, reflects on his iconic civil rights movement photographs taken fifty years ago. (ABC News)

James Fuentes ’98 celebrates his gallery’s tenth year by commemorating his friends. (New York Times)

'Confronting the Climate: A Flowchart of the People’s Climate March,' a collage by Rachel Schragis '08, is highlighted on the front page of the Times. (New York Times)

A wardrobe snapshot: Oliver Brooks '15, The Former Hillary Clinton Campaign Fellow Who Organized in Wyoming. (NY Mag)

Duane Linklater's '13 show at NYU's 80WSE gallery engages with questions about the under- and misrepresentation of indigenous artists in galleries and museums. (NYU News)

Katarzyna Sadej '10 to make her LA Opera debut in Strauss' 'Salome.' (LA Opera)

A segment on Elizabeth Askren ’05, and her cohorts at the Dallas Opera’s Hart Institute for Women Conductors. (PBS NewsHour)

Ruy Iskander ’07 in play, ’Orange Julius’ at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (New York Times)

 

December 2016

Read a published short story by Grayson Morley '13. (Brooklyn Review)

Ben Ellman '13 writes about the globalization of local radio. (New York Magazine)

Explore photographs of the south Louisiana landscape by Virginia Hanusik '14. (Know Louisiana)

Jane Moseley ’09 is an “It Girl” straddling the art and fashion worlds. (Vanity Fair)

Chris Claremont '72 is praised for work on X-Men franchise. (Comics Alliance)

La Voz Editor Mariel Fiori '05 is honored with Hudson Valley Magazine Women in Business Award. (Bard)

Nsikan Akpan ’06 examines a surge in fake news stories with real-world impact, beginning in 2010 and leading up to this year's election. (PBS NewsHour)

Michael Lerman '04 talks about filmmaking and his festival. (Desert Sun)

Ali Wentworth '88 discusses her new show, 'Nightcap.' (CBS)

A review of Jane Wong's '05 first book, 'Overpour.' (Publishers Weekly)


November 2016

Shaya French '15 writes about protecting reproductive autonomy in the age of Trump. (Rewire)

Gabi Ngcobo CCS ’10 will curate the 2018 Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. (Art Radar)

George Chochos '08 on how the Bard Prison Initiative gave him a fresh start. (Politic)

Steven Sapp '89, Mildred Ruiz-Sapp '92, and William Ruiz '03 reflect on leaders of movements for racial justice in a politically fraught Party People, a play by the Universes ensemble. (New York Times)

Tschabalala Self '12 is one of 30 Young Artists to Watch in 2017. (Cultured)

Mariel Fiori '05, community leader, and cofounder and editor of La Voz, was honored by Newburgh Girl Power. (NGP)

Geoffrey Stein ’82 is interviewed about his work and his latest show, Kings & Queens of Late Night. (WAMC)

Max Kenner '01 wins a JFK New Frontier Award for his Bard Prison Initiative work. (Boston Globe)

"At Bard I learned how to take a photograph."—Michael Marcelle '05 is interviewed about Kokomo. (Vogue)

Alice Gregory '09 writes How Luis Barragan Became a Diamond. (New Yorker)

Louise Parker '12 is a 'Vice Digital' photographer to watch. (Indie)

Claire Brazeau ’10 makes beautiful noise for the LA Chamber Orchestra. (Broadway World)

Tal Yarden '81, Guy Yarden '84, and Jessica Medenbach '11 are "Counting Sheep" in Times Square. (Broadway World)

Bjorn Quenemoen '03 and Jamie O'Shea '03 continue to wow with their tasty, solar popcorn, Bjorncorn. (Inforum)

Iconic photographer Steve Schapiro '55 talks about his new book. (Michigan Avenue)

Ali Wentworth '88 weighs in on why laughter trumps looks. (Marie Claire)


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