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Bard Fiction Prize Recipient Benjamin Hale to Give Reading
Bard Fiction Prize recipient and visiting faculty Benjamin Hale will read from his award-winning novel The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore Monday Feb. 27. The novel won both the Bard Fiction Prize and the Michener-Copernicus Award, and was called “a brave and visionary work of genius” by the San Francisco Chronicle.
C-Span2 to Air BGIA Lecture "Russia and the Communist Past"
C-Span2 will air the Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program's James Clarke Chace Memorial Speaker Series event "It Was a Long Time Ago, and It Never Happened Anyway: Russia and the Communist Past" this Saturday at 4:30 pm, then again at 2:15 am, and the next night at 1:45 am.
Prisoner of Time
Jeff Jurgens, Arendt Center fellow and Bard Prison Initiative educator examines prison life. Which is worse: the lock or the clock?
Senior Matt Shubert Earns Liberty League Performer of the Week in Men's Basketball for Second Time
You can go out with a whimper, or you can go out with a bang. Matt Shubert went out with a bang. Shubert averaged 19 points per game over the last three games of his college career, which earned him Liberty League Performer of the Week honors.
New Short Story by Bard Achebe Center Director Binyavanga Wainaina
"Love, the 80s, disco, Nakuru, Boney M ..." all in short story by Bard faculty member and author Binyavanga Wainaina.
Local Gallery Show for Photographer Pete Mauney '93, MFA '00
This Saturday Feb. 25 at 7 pm local restaurant/cafe Murray's—owned by Bard students—will host a gallery show featuring the photography of Bard alum Pete Mauney '93, MFA '00! Visit his blog for a preview!
Celebrated Author Tom McCarthy at Bard College on Feb 27
In the Annandale area next week? Come hear Tom McCarthy read from his highly praised debut novel, Remainder, “one of the great English novels of the last 10 years,” according to Zadie Smith in the New York Review of Books.
The American Symphony Orchestra Plays Ravel, Prokofiev, and Stravinsky
This weekend, the ASO returns to the stage of the Fisher Center's Sosnoff Theater for its second performance of the 2011–12 season.
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Bard Edges Vassar Again, Sweeps Season Series
Bard men's basketball beats Vassar for second time this season as rivalry heats up! This after not winning against Vassar since 1995!
Volleyball Player and Psychology Major Nick Chan Crafts a Future in Business
Meet Nick Chan: The man with a plan. He will graduate from Bard in May with a degree in psychology, move to Chicago in June, and shortly after that begin working as an account executive at Morningstar Inc., recently named to the "100 Best Companies to Work For" list produced annually by Fortune magazine.
Bard Professor Emeritus John Ashbery Receives National Humanities Medal
Congratulations to John Ashbery, who today was presented with a National Humanities Medal from President Obama! Ashbery is Charles P. Stevenson, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Languages and Literature at Bard. He is a world-renowned poet and recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and National Book Critics Circle Award.
Bard Student Music Ensemble Contemporaneous to Release First Album
The Bard student music ensemble Contemporaneous is set to release their first album in April—a collection of original pieces by Bard student and Contemporaneous codirector Dylan Mattingly. Support the album's release online and come to their next show!
Celebration of the Writings of Joe Brainard at CCS, with Anselm Berrigan, Ron Padgett and Ann Lauterbach
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) is pleased to present Joe / Brains / Lamar, a multi-format program addressing questions of archive, memory, and the genealogy of queer culture. Opening on February 1, 2012 and unfolding over the course of two months, Joe / Brains / Lamar features the participation of Matt Wolf, Carl Williamson, Ron Padgett, Anselm Berrigan, Ann Lauterbach, and Karly Wildenhaus, and includes a video installation, publication, website, archival display, and poetry reading co-hosted by CCS Bard and the John Ashbery Poetry Series.
The Big Table Film Screening Features Hudson Valley Farmers
How does a Hudson Valley family dairy compete w/ corporate farms? Free screening of lauded film The Big Table on 2/11.
Meet Posse Foundation Scholar Briana Ramsey-Tyler of Atlanta
Meet Briana Ramsey-Tyler of Atlanta, one of The POSSE Foundation scholars who will start at Bard in the fall with a full scholarship. We can't wait to welcome Briana and all the Posse scholars to campus!
Italian Professor Joseph Luzzi on Caravaggio's Dualism
Italy, says Joseph Luzzi, is a chiaroscuro nation – a land of sharp contrasts. Luzzi, the director of Italian studies at Bard and the award-winning author of The Blessed Lens: A History of Italian Cinema, calls Caravaggio – the "incarnation" of Italy's dualistic spirit.
Bard Alumni/ae Multidisciplinary Theater Troupe Impresses, Challenges Audiences
What do Bard alumni/ae do after graduation? Some of them create cutting-edge theater that uses "linguistic fireworks" to make "new art for a new generation." Check out Steven Sapp '89, Mildred Ruiz-Sapp '92, and William Ruiz '03 in the new Universes production of Ameriville.
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