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December 2003

12-20-2003 BARD ART HISTORY STUDENTS CURATE DISSECTION: WORKS BY "THE DOCTOR," AN ANONYMOUS NEW YORK ARTIST On view at the Bertelsmann Campus Center from December 12 to 20 Full Story
12-16-2003 THE BARD MUSIC PROGRAM PRESENTS TWO FREE CONCERTS THIS DECEMBER AT THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT BARD COLLEGE December 10 and 16 Concerts Feature the Bard College Community Chorus, Community Orchestra, and Chamber Singers Full Story
12-16-2003 BARD MUSIC PROGRAM OFFERS FIVE FREE CONCERTS IN DECEMBER Full Story
12-15-2003 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ESTABLISHES NEW MASTERS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM WITH THE PEACE CORPS Full Story
12-09-2003 BRUCE CHILTON AND JACOB NEUSNER WILL SPEAK ABOUT "MAKING TIME HOLY IN JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY" ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
12-06-2003 CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE OFFERS A FAMILY OPEN HOUSE ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6. Activities include tours of the acclaimed Christian Marclay exhibition that explores the relationships between music and art Full Story
12-06-2003 FIVE BARD STUDIO ART SENIOR PROJECT EXHIBITIONS ON VIEW AT BARD COLLEGE AND IN RED HOOK ON DECEMBER 6 Full Story
12-06-2003 JAZZ AT BARD PRESENTS THE WILLIAM PARKER QUINTET, "RAINING ON THE MOON," IN CONCERT ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6 Full Story

November 2003

11-25-2003 BROOKLYN WATERFRONT PHOTOGRAPHS BY LESLIE ARLETTE BOYCE ON VIEW AT BARD FROM NOVEMBER 25 THROUGH DECEMBER 9 Artist's Reception in the Bertelsmann Campus Center on December 5 Full Story
11-23-2003 ROMEO/JULIET TO BE PERFORMED AT BARD COLLEGE ON NOVEMBER 23 Original production based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet features actors Karen Cooke, Chris Karczmar, Nicole Quinn, Jason Downs, and Sophia Raab Full Story
11-21-2003 ALVIN CURRAN, NOTED COMPOSER AND PERFORMER, SPEAKS ON "MUSIC OUTSIDE THE CONCERT HALLS" AT BARD COLLEGE ON NOVEMBER 21 Full Story
11-19-2003 THE BARD CENTER PRESENTS THE DA CAPO CHAMBER PLAYERS IN A CONCERT FEATURING SEVEN WORKS BY CONTEMPORARY COMPOSERS ON NOVEMBER 19 AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
11-19-2003 CHRISTIAN MARCLAY WILL PERFORM WITH djTRIO ON NOVEMBER 19 AT THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT BARD COLLEGE djTRIO features Christian Marclay, Marina Rosenfeld, and Toshio Kajiwara Full Story
11-15-2003 ANNUAL BARD FICTION PRIZE IS AWARDED TO MONIQUE TRUONG Full Story
11-14-2003 PERFORMANCE OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE SHADOW PUPPET THEATER AT BARD COLLEGE ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 Full Story
11-14-2003 THE HUDSON VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC CIRCLE PRESENTS “PERCUSSION PLUS!,” A CONCERT BY THE SO PERCUSSION GROUP WITH CLARINETIST SARA PHILLIPS, ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
11-13-2003 CANTILENA, A CLASSICAL DUO, WILL PERFORM "MUSIC OF THE NIGHT" AT BARD COLLEGE ON NOVEMBER 13 Program features works by Debussy, Fauré, Piazzolla, and others performed by flutist Melissa Sweet and guitarist Gregory Dinger Full Story
11-10-2003 CONJUNCTIONS: 41, TWO KINGDOMS, EXPLORES LIFE’S DUALITY THROUGH NEW FICTION, POETRY, AND ESSAYS Issue Also Features Tribute to William Gaddis, Edited by Rick Moody, with Works by Don DeLillo, Paul Auster, Russell Banks, Sven Birkets, Joanna Scott, Cynthia Ozick, William H. Gass, and Others Full Story
11-07-2003 POET KATHY MAC WILL READ FROM HER RECENT WORK AT BARD COLLEGE ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 Full Story
11-05-2003 THE WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Program features works by Haydn and Kabalevsky with violinist Madalyn Parnas and cellist Ashley Bathgate Full Story
11-05-2003 NOTED BIOGRAPHER AND HISTORIAN HAYDEN HERRERA WILL SPEAK ABOUT HER NEW BOOK, ARSHILE GORKY: HIS LIFE AND WORK, AT BARD COLLEGE ON NOVEMBER 5 "Hayden Herrera has written the definitive biography of Arshile Gorky—lucid, persuasive, meticulous, intimate, and refreshingly clear-eyed."—Andrew Solomon, New York Times Full Story
11-04-2003 FOUR FALL INTERGENERATIONAL SEMINARS AT BARD COLLEGE WILL BE OFFERED DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Topics include the United Nations; development around the city of Hudson; the Italian education of Goethe, de Staël, and Wordsworth; and the artist El Greco Full Story
11-02-2003 THE COLORADO QUARTET WITH CELLIST ROBERT MARTIN WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Full Story

October 2003

10-30-2003 THE JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE CONTINUES THIS FALL WITH THREE READINGS IN OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER Full Story
10-28-2003 PUBLIC FORUM ON AIDS AND SARS IN CHINA TO TAKE PLACE AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28 The Forum Will Be Preceded, on October 27, by a Film Screening Featuring Footage Shot by Two Bard Graduates Teaching in China During the SARS Outbreak Full Story
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