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February 2000

02-29-2000 AN EVENING OF CHAMBER MUSIC AT BARD COLLEGE WILL FEATURE VIOLINIST MIA WU ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 With guest artists clarinetist Sherry Apgar, cellist Margie Thomas, and pianists Elisha Gilgore and Bari Mort Full Story
02-29-2000 INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE HOLDS WEEKLY LENTEN LECTURES FROM THURSDAY, MARCH 16, THROUGH APRIL 13 Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton will lead discussions about "Rabbi Jesus: Career and Death" Full Story
02-28-2000 JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES BEGINS WITH READING BY THREE FRENCH POETS AT BARD COLLEGE ON FRIDAY, MARCH 3 Poets Emmanuel Hocquerd, Franck André Jamme, and Marcella Durand are featured Full Story
02-28-2000 THOMAS P. CAMPBELL, ASSOCIATE CURATOR AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 9 "Paintings of Silk and Gold: Magnificence, Propaganda, and Aesthetics in the Tapestries of the Late Medieval and Renaissance Court" Full Story
02-24-2000

SPRING THESIS EXHIBITIONS WILL BE FEATURED AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES, BARD COLLEGE, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, TO SUNDAY, APRIL 16 Graduate students Lisa Hatchadoorian, Gregory Full Story

02-22-2000

THE BODY IN PHOTOGRAPHS: A RECENT GIFT FROM EILEEN AND PETER NORTON WILL BE ON VIEW AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE FROM SUNDAY, MARCH 19, THROUGH S Full Story

02-22-2000 TI JEAN BLUES, ADAPTED AND DIRECTED BY JOANNE AKALAITIS, WILL BE PERFORMED AT BARD COLLEGE SATURDAY, MARCH 4, THROUGH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 Play performed by Bard students will be followed by poetry readings Full Story
02-15-2000 PIANIST BARI MORT TO PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Flutist Sato Moughalian and violist Nardo Poy join Mort in a performance of works by Handel, Beethoven, Ginastera, Tower, Zyman, and Duruflé Full Story
02-15-2000 Spoken Words with poet and actor Saul Williams on Friday, February 18, AT 7:00pm AT BARD COLLEGE Evening features screening of the film Slam and poetry performances by Williams and Bard students Full Story
02-15-2000 FOURTH ANNUAL GOSPEL EXTRAVAGANZA BENEFIT AT BARD COLLEGE ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Featured choirs are from Poughkeepsie's Holy Light Pentecostal Church and Church of the Living God and Kingston's Saint Clara Church of God Full Story
02-13-2000 "ON SITE: CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY OF PLACE," FEATURING THE WORK OF FIVE PHOTOGRAPHERS, OPENS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13 AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES MUSEUM Works by Oliver Boberg, Sharon Harper, Tokihiro Sato, and the collaborative team of Andrea Robbi Full Story
02-13-2000 "NEVER EXHIBITED," CURATED BY FIRST-YEAR GRADUATE STUDENTS AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE, OPENS ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Exhibition Features Works from the Permanent Collection Never Before Exhibited at the Center for Curatorial Stud Full Story
02-10-2000

BARD COLLEGE CHAPTER OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS "NO EXCEPTIONS: CHILDREN'S RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS" A DAY-LONG CONFERENCE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 4 Conference will feature speakers, panels Full Story

02-08-2000 "THE IDEOLOGY OF SELECTION" A PANEL DISCUSSION, SET AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES, BARD COLLEGE, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Panel is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Never/ Exhibited, curated by first-year graduate students at the center Full Story
02-02-2000 "ETHICS, JUSTICE, DEMOCRACY, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: WHAT DO WE OWE FUTURE GENERATIONS?"Open Forum Series presented by Center for Environmental Policy Full Story
02-01-2000 CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM ANNOUNCES SPRING 2000 COURSES AT BARD COLLEGE Courses Include African Art and Architecture, Archeology, Painting and Drawing, Egyptian Hieroglyphics, Songwriting, Literature, and History Full Story
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