CCS Bard Convenes Leading Scholars to Explore How Black Art and Blackness Have Been Framed through Contemporary Exhibition-Making
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) presents Reshaping the Field: Arts of the African Diasporas on Display, a scholarly conference that explores a selection of pioneering exhibitions over the past century that have shaped the contemporary understanding of Black art.
- Bard College Baccalaureate Student Verónica Martínez-Cruz ’24 Receives New York State Senate Commendation Award
- Bard Conservatory's US-China Music Institute Presents Fourth Annual China Now Music Festival, October 12–17
- Artist Constantina Zavitsanos Appointed as 2021–22 Keith Haring Fellow in Art and Activism at Bard College
- New Study Published by the Bard Center for the Study of Hate Creates New Measure for the Study and Understanding of Hate in the United States
- Professor Myra Young Armstead’s Report Suggests Adding Interpretive Signs to Rhinebeck Post Office Murals Rather Than Removing Them
- Feel at Home Here: New Red Order’s Adam Khalil ’11 and Zack Khalil ’14 Parody Society’s Deepest Settler Desires in New Installation at Artists Space
Reflecting on the Moment
Reflecting on the Moment is a collaborative initiative spearheaded by the Dean of the College in consultation with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The new series invites alumni/ae, current undergraduates, faculty, and staff to have honest conversations about the current moment we are living in the wake of a global pandemic and systemic police brutality. The aim is to present models of inclusive dialogue, to draw from the rich personal experiences and expertise of our ever-developing and ever-changing community, and to present approaches for community activism and engagement in the name of racial equity and justice.