Faculty In the Press
- Professor Ellen Driscoll and Joyce Hwang's Installation Bower Is Commissioned for ArtPark by City as Living Laboratory appeared in EllenDriscoll.net on 07-26-2016
- For LGBTQ Students, Safety Is "Not Enough," Says Bard MAT Professor Michael Sadowski appeared in NPR on 07-24-2016
- Capturing a Composer's Legacy: Professor Laura Kuhn Edits Selected Letters of John Cage appeared in New York Times on 07-21-2016
- The Cultural Criticism of the Now in Teju Cole's Known and Strange Things appeared in Kirkus on 07-20-2016
Recent News and Notes
Richard Teitelbaum has been on the Bard faculty since 1988. He is a professor in the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts and professor of music in the undergraduate college. A composer and performer, he is known principally for live electronic and interactive computer music composition. His compositions have been performed in Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Lisbon, Tokyo, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, and elsewhere around the world.