Join Shalini Shankar on May 1 at 6 PM. Shankar (Fellow in Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 2017) is a sociocultural and linguistic anthropologist concerned with issues of race and ethnicity, youth and migration, language use, and media. Her latest book, Beeline: What Spelling Bees Reveal About Generation Z’s New Path to Success, will be released April 30.
PBS will present an American Masters Film, Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable (April, 2019) directed by Sasha Waters Freyer, on April 19 at 9/8c. Garry Winogrand was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography in 1964, 1969 and 1978.
The MoCP, Chicago, is pleased to present Chicago Stories: Carlos Javier Ortiz and David Schalliol, showcasing photographs and films by Carlos Javier Ortiz, Guggenheim Fellow in Film-Video, 2016, and David Schalliol from the museum’s permanent collection and the Midwest Photographers Project (MPP).
A Soldier’s Tale, by Guggenheim Fellow, Kasumi (Film and Video, 2011) will be presented in concert with the Cleveland Institute of Music’s New Music Ensemble on Friday, April 5, at 7:30. Follow the link for more information about this event.
Join Guggenheim Fellow, Akosua Adoma Owusu (Film-Video, 2015) on Friday, March 29, for her juror presentation, Triple Consciousness: Films by Akosua Adoma Owusu, at the 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Biologist Gene Robinson, Guggenheim Fellow in Organismic Biology & Ecology, 2003, will present “Sociogenomics and the Dynamic Genome: A New Perspective on Nature and Nuture” from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on March 19 at Indiana University.
Luhring Augustine is pleased to host a conversation between artist Charles Atlas, Guggenheim Fellow in Film, 1987, and poet Eileen Myles, Guggenheim Fellow in General Nonfiction, 2012, on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 4:30–6 pm.
Guggenheim Fellow Matthew Canepa (Fine Arts Research, 2015) is hosting a symposium in conjunction with the Getty Research Institute held at the Getty Villa on March 6, 2019.
Join Felipe Salles (Music Composition, 2018) for the premiere of ‘The New Immigrant Experience: A Multi-Media Work for Jazz,’ composed and performed by the Felipe Salles Interconnections Ensemble, on April 9, at 7:30 pm. Salles’ Guggenheim Fellowship supported his work on this project.
Don’t miss a chance to view Dornith Doherty’s Archiving Eden, beginning Friday, February 15. Doherty was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography in 2012.
Catch the latest film by Michael Galinsky, “The Commons,” at the True/False Film Fest, February 28 through March 3, in Columbia, Missouri. Galinsky was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Film – Video in 2012.
Check out the latest exhibition of work by Angela Dufresne, Guggenheim Fellow in Fine Arts, 2016. Just My Type: Angela Dufresne opens on February 9 and will run through July 14.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Shelly Silver (Video & Audio, 2005) for the world premiere of A Tiny Place that is Hard to Touch at this year’s Berlin Film Festival.
Mills College Art Museum is pleased to present Tree Talk, by María Elena González, Guggenheim Fellow in Fine Arts, 2006. For this solo exhibition, María Elena González reconceives birch bark as music scores. Join her on February 6 for a special presentation, including the premier of original scores generated from González’s birch tree rubbings.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Kasumi, (Film-Video, 2011), at the Cleveland Museum of Art for an immersive video-art experience, “The Plot Against America,” on Friday, February 1 from 6-10 PM.
The work of Guggenheim Fellow David Maisel (Photography, 2018) is included in Civilization: The Way We Live Now. This group exhibition will remain on view through February 17, at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Gwacheon, South Korea.
Guggenheim Fellow Alexandra Natapoff (Law, 2016), will discuss her new book, Punishment Without Crime: How Our Massive Misdemeanor System Traps the Innocent and Makes America More Unequal, at the Brooklyn Historical Society on Monday, January 28. Natapoff’s book was recently featured on NPR: Fresh Air and The Takeaway, and in the New York Times.
Join Carlyle Brown, Guggenheim Fellow in Drama and Performance Art, (2008), at The Playwright’s Center for a free reading of The History of Religion, written and performed by Carlyle Brown.