Past Events

November 6, 2023
Rome
Fellow Shoptalks

David Weeks & Kate Meng Brassel – Word of Mouth, Sleight of Hand: Translations of Time and Space in Rome

Fellow Shoptalks are a forum in which Rome Prize winners, Italian Fellows, and Affiliated Fellows present their work to each other and to the public. Shoptalks are occasionally streamed live on Zoom and posted to the Academy’s YouTube channel.

November 2, 2023
New York
Benefit

2023 New York Gala

Graphic design element with these silver words on a black background: Peter N. Miller, president, Slobodan Randjelović, Gala Chair, H. E. Mariangela Zappia, Honorary Chair, American Academy in Rome, New York Gala, Thursday, November 2, 2023, 6:30pm, The Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, New York City, Honoring Agnes Gund, Sir Isaac Julien, 2016 Resident, Mark Robbins, 1997 Fellow, former President, American Academy in Rome

The American Academy in Rome hosted its New York Gala on Thursday, November 2, 2023, at the Altman Building.

October 30, 2023
Rome
Fellow Shoptalks

Elizabeth Whelan & Mary C. Danisi

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Fellow Shoptalks are a forum in which Rome Prize winners, Italian Fellows, and Affiliated Fellows present their work to each other and to the public. Shoptalks are occasionally streamed live on Zoom and posted to the Academy’s YouTube channel.

October 26, 2023
Rome
Performance

I Nostri Pini di Roma

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The American Academy in Rome will host a special concert at the Villa Aurelia dedicated to the Pines of Rome, in recognition of the beauty they share, the symbolic force of their presence, and the shade and shadow they provide. 

October 18, 2023
Rome
Lecture/Conversation

Adam Yarinsky – Art, Architecture and Place

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Adam Yarinsky, 2024 William A. Bernoudy Architect in Residence, will deliver a lecture entitled “Art, Architecture and Place.” 

October 18, 2023
Information Session

Rome Prize Information Session: Online

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Please join us on Wednesday, October 18, for an online Rome Prize Information Session, taking place on Zoom. All prospective Rome Prize applicants are welcome. 

October 16, 2023
Rome
Lecture/Conversation

Mel Chin – “So many doubt ’cause I come from the South But when I open up my mouth, all bullets come out” (from Shooter by Lil Wayne)

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The artist Mel Chin (2024 Resident) will select from a diverse body of actions and artworks from social practice, installations, paintings, sculptures to exquisitely crafted objects to respond to some of the investigations of Rome Prize Fellows and Residents.

October 16, 2023
Rome
Fellow Shoptalks

Christopher Bonura & Ryan Haecker

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Fellow Shoptalks are a forum in which Rome Prize winners, Italian Fellows, and Affiliated Fellows present their work to each other and to the public. Shoptalks are occasionally streamed live on Zoom and posted to the Academy’s YouTube channel.

October 9, 2023
Rome
Fellow Shoptalks

Zachary Fabri & Nicola Barbagli – Circling around Obelisks: Audience and Performativity

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Fellow Shoptalks are a forum in which Rome Prize winners, Italian Fellows, and Affiliated Fellows present their work to each other and to the public. Shoptalks are occasionally streamed live on Zoom and posted to the Academy’s YouTube channel.

October 4, 2023
Cambridge
Information Session

Rome Prize Information Session: Cambridge, MA

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Please join us for an in-person Rome Prize Information Session in Cambridge, hosted by Harvard University. All prospective Rome Prize applicants in the Boston metro area and beyond are welcome.