Panel Discussion

Past

2006

WITNESS TO HER ART: PANEL AND BOOK LAUNCH

WITNESS TO HER ART: PANEL AND BOOK LAUNCH

November 12, 2006
Blithewood Manor

With editors Rhea Anastas and Michael Brenson, presentations by Michael Brenson, Faculty, CCS and Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College; Helen Molesworth, Chief Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts.

WRESTLE

WRESTLE

November 12, 2006
Jim Ottaway Jr. Film Center

Panel discussion with Tom Eccles, Trevor Smith ,Vasif Kortun, Ute Meta Bauer, and Molly Nesbit.

2008

PANEL IN THE MUSEUM: COMMISSION AS ASSIGNMENT

PANEL IN THE MUSEUM: COMMISSION AS ASSIGNMENT

May 11, 2008
Hessel Museum of Art

A panel of leading curators and scholars will discuss "commission as assignment" during the third and final re-opening of Second Thoughts.

GREENROOM PANEL DISCUSSION: PROBLEMS WITH REALISM

GREENROOM PANEL DISCUSSION: PROBLEMS WITH REALISM

September 28, 2008
Hessel Museum of Art

Panel Discussion with TJ Demos; Carles Guerra, Andrea Geyer and Hito Steyerl

2009

 PABLO HELGUERA

PABLO HELGUERA

February 4, 2009
CCS Bard Galleries

Pablo Helguera will give a card reading performance titled The Seven Bridges of Königsberg

 CURATING THE DOCUMENTARY

CURATING THE DOCUMENTARY

March 7, 2009
Hessel Museum of Art

The panel discussion will address the challenges curators face in curating the art documentary.

2010

WYOMING EVENINGS: WHAT IS THE GOOD OF WORK? (3/4)

WYOMING EVENINGS: WHAT IS THE GOOD OF WORK? (3/4)

January 30, 2010
Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building 5 East 3rd Street NY, NY

The series takes its starting point in the observation that today the artist—defined by creativity, unconventionality, and flexibility—appears to be the role model for contemporary workers. Wyoming Evenings is organized by the Goethe-Institut New York and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, and curated by Maria Lind and Simon Critchley.

WYOMING EVENINGS: WHAT IS THE GOOD OF WORK? (4/4)

WYOMING EVENINGS: WHAT IS THE GOOD OF WORK? (4/4)

March 13, 2010
Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building 5 East 3rd Street NY, NY

The series takes its starting point in the observation that today the artist—defined by creativity, unconventionality, and flexibility—appears to be the role model for contemporary workers.

HOW TO BEGIN? ENVISIONING THE IMPACT OF GUGGENHEIM ABU DHABI

HOW TO BEGIN? ENVISIONING THE IMPACT OF GUGGENHEIM ABU DHABI

April 19, 2010
CCS Seminar Room

A publication and panel discussion Contributors: Regine Basha, Hassan Khan, Sohrab Mohebbi, Didem Özbek, and Sarah Rifky Curated by Ozge Ersoy

BEYOND THE WHITE CUBE - CCS BARD FAMILY FEUD

BEYOND THE WHITE CUBE - CCS BARD FAMILY FEUD

May 3, 2010
CCS Bard Audrey and Sydney Irmas Atrium

For Beyond The White Cube four curators associated with CCS Bard organize projects outside of the museum’s galleries in order to encourage endeavors that apply the curatorial beyond exhibition space-proper.

2012

Why New Forms? A Curatorial Conference

Why New Forms? A Curatorial Conference

June 22, 2012 - June 23, 2012

June 22 and 23, 2012 Bertelsmann Campus Center, Bard College Organized by CCS Bard alumni/ae Dan Byers, The Richard Armstrong Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, and Ruba Katrib, Curator, SculptureCenter

2013

Playtime: a performative pedagogical symposium at Family Business

Playtime: a performative pedagogical symposium at Family Business

March 8, 2013
Family Business Gallery - 520 West 21st Street, NYC & Eyebeam Art + Technology Center - 540 West 21st Street, NYC

2014

Workshop : Civic Society and New Patronage

Workshop : Civic Society and New Patronage

April 28, 2014
Bard College, Gabrielle H. Reem and Herbert J. Kayden Center, Room 103

Colloquium: The House Is Open

Colloquium: The House Is Open

November 19, 2014
CCS Bard

Permanent Installations

Olafur Eliasson: The parliament of reality

Olafur Eliasson: The parliament of reality

Olafur Eliasson's The parliament of reality, a new, permanent outdoor installation created specifically for Bard College.