Laurie Anderson (2006 Resident) and AAR President and CEO Mark Robbins (1997 Fellow) kick off a new series of Patron’s event in New York.
The Thong Of Dionysus, an exhibition by the artist Mary Reid Kelley (2011 Fellow), opens tonight at Fredericks and Freiser in New York. The exhibition runs until November 14.
Giovedì 15 ottobre, alle ore 12:00, si svolgerà la cerimonia di premiazione degli autori americani vincitori della prima edizione di the Bridge Book Award nella sede dell’Ambasciata degli Stati Uniti d’America a Roma.
Anglim Gilbert Gallery is pleased to present Rome Works, an exhibition of color photographs by Catherine Wagner (2014 Fellow).
A project by 2014 Fellow Thomas Kelley, titled Chicago, How Do You See?, is on view at the Chicago Cultural Center through January 3, 2016.
Doug Argue (1998 Fellow) has a third painting now hanging in the lobby of the World Trade Center and an exhibition opening at the New York gallery Waterhouse and Dodd on October 8.
A.C.T.’s Strand Theater in San Francisco will premiere Monstress, a theatrical adaptation based on the short stories of the 2015 Rome Prize winner Lysley Tenorio. The performances run from September 16 to November 22.
We Know How to Order is a collaboration between 2015 Rome Prize Winner Bryony Roberts and the South Shore Drill Team. Live performances take place at the Federal Center in Chicago on Friday, October 2 and Saturday, October 3.
We are pleased to announce that the fiction writer and 2010 Visiting Artist Natalie Haney Tilghman will receive a 2015 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award, which is given annually to six women writers who demonstrate excellence and promise in the early stages of their careers.
Lehmann Maupin will present Breathing Directions, Nari Ward’s third solo show with the gallery, on view at 201 Chrystie Street in New York from September 9 to November 1, 2015.
This event is a celebration of music by John Eaton, and of the composer’s eightieth birthday year. The retrospective will include works for soloists and ensemble, including Mass II and El Divino Narciso, as well as songs for voice and piano. Carmen Helena-Tellez will be the music director.