Society of Fellows
SOF NEWS January 2017
Happy New Year
SOF News December 2016
Paul Gehl retires, Elliot Green in Bushwick, William Neil's new CD
SOF NEWS November 2016
Selected works by 120+ Academy writers
Tour of "The Golden Age of King Midas" in Philadelphia
Tour of the "Golden Age of King Midas" exhibition
Friday, November 18, 3:00 – 4:00pm
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
3260 South Street
Dr. C. Brian Rose, FAAR 1992, RAAR 2012, Deputy Director of the museum will lead the tour. The exhibition includes more than 120 objects from Turkish museums in Ankara, Istanbul, Antalya and Gordion. This event and museum admission is free.
SOF NEWS October 2016
The reading list is almost complete: S-S
SOF News September 2016
Reading list—writers M to R
SOF News July 2016
Reading list, J-L
SOF News June 2016
Grover Mouton on life as a Fellow. Reading list continues.
SOF News May 2016
Henri Cole gets a prize, reading list continued
SOF NEWS April 2016
Joseph Brodsky and a reading list
SOF News March 2016
Sinclair Bell's new book
SOF News February 2016
SOF News January 2016
A posthumous book by Oscar Hijuelos
SOF News December 2015
Blues in the streets,
SOF NEWS November 2015
Saving a painting by Eugene Francis Savage
SOF NEWS October 2015
Irene Rosenzweig, FAAR 1930, Anthony Doerr on CD
SOF News September 2015
Caren Canier remembers Philip Guston
SOF NEWS July & August 2015
Andy Cao sparkles in Austria
SOF News June 2015
News from Fellows in Historic Preservation.
SOF News May 2015
Anthony Doerr and David Kertzer win Pulitzer Prizes, Agnes Denes and The Living Pyramid
SOF News April 2015
R.H. Quaytman wins 2015 Wolfgang Hahn Prize, Patricia Cronin in the Venice Biennale
SOF News March 2015
Architects and sabbaticals
SOF NEWS February 2015
Walker Hancock, Monuments Man
SOF News January 2015
Bits of news from some of the Fellows in Literature
SOF News December 2014
Laurie Anderson and Jenny Holzer to partner with Mass MoCa. Kevin Walz is back in New York.
SOF News November 2014
George Stoll in the news, around the world with KieranTimberlake
Charles L. Babcock, a Memoir
A tribute to Charles Luther Babcock by Katherine A. Geffcken, FAAR 1955
SOF News October 2014
Laurie Anderson and David Lang are quite busy, David Petrain has moved to NYC
SOF News September 2014
Pamela Long gets a MacArthur, Billie Tsien and Tod Williams win the National Medal of Arts, an interview with Kim Jones, David Rubin's new work in Indianapolis.
SOF News July & August 2014
Milton Hebald's Zodiac Screen, Ron and Suzanne Dirsmith's work with Hugh Hefner, Jeffrey Schiff's work in Boston
SOF NEWS June 2014
Fellows' blogs and websites
SOF NEWS May 2014
Music, Design, Art
SOF NEWS April 2014
The brilliance of Paul Davis, dear friend Michael Larvey passes
News, Dues, and a Reunion
An update from SOF President Patricia Cronin, FAAR 2007
SOF News March 2014
Academy composers at the Aspen Music Festival this summer, news from Soyeon Choi, Steven Stucky, and more
SOF NEWS February 2014
Lyle Ashton Harris receives David K. Driskell Prize
SOF News January 2014
William Neil and Jack Youngerman
SOF News December 2013
James Wines wins Lifetime Achievement Award in Design, Adele Chatfield-Taylor ends her term as Academy president this month, Maira Kalman, Gretchen Kromer, Ron Dirsmith, and more.
SOF NEWS November 2013
Smithsonian acquires installation by Franco Mondini-Ruiz, a new book by Pamela Keech, and Pasta is out.
SOF News October 2013
Carrie Mae Weems receives a MacArthur Fellowship, María Elena González wins an international prize, and Wendy Heller's new book is out.
SOF NEWS September 2013
New books by writer Lucy Corin, architect Kiel Moe, and artist Patricia Cronin, plus a new catalog from Italica Press.
SOF NEWS July & August 2013
Ana Mendieta, FAAR'84, Harrison Gibbs, FAAR'38
This year, the work of Ana Mendieta, FAAR'84 has been featured in a major retrospective in Italy, an exhibit in New York City, and is the subject of an upcoming film.
SOF NEWS June 2013
Photo series by Matthew Monteith, FAAR'09 on Flavorwire
Flavorwire is featuring a photo series by Matthew Monteith, FAAR'09. "Guardare" shows people explaining art to other people and begins with Carmela Franklin, FAAR'85, RAAR'02 on the roof of the Villa Aurelia.
Composer Harold Shapero, FAAR'51, RAAR'71 dies at age 93. See Obituaries.
SOF NEWS May 2013
SOF NEWS April 2013
News from Daniel Davidson, Katarzyna Jerzak, Ron Musto and more.
SOF membership renewals due on The Ides of March
Click here to renew your membership.
Letter from SOF President Drew Beattie
I write you on the Ides of March with this year’s appeal for SOF dues. More than ever, I would like to see our dues-paying ranks increase, so that we can fund more receptions, events and initiatives that keep us in touch. And now’s the time we come to you each year before the arriving spring speeds into summers devoted to studios, research and travel.
SOF News March 2013
News from the field
SOF News February 2013
What's up with Fellows and Residents
SOF News January 2013
What's going on with Fellows and Residents
SOF News December 2012
The latest news from Fellows and Residents
SOF News November 2012
The latest from Fellows and Residents
SOF News September 2012
News from Fellows and Residents
SOF News August 2012
The latest doings of Fellows and Residents
SOF News July 2012
News from Fellows and Residents