On June 9, T.S. Monk, son of jazz legend Thelonious Monk, Guggenheim Fellow in Music Composition, 1976, will present a centennial celebration of his father, joined by Syndee Winters and Suite Assembly as the opening act.
“Sedimentations: Assemblage as Social Repair” includes the work of Elana Herzog, Guggenheim Fellow in Fine Arts, 2017. This group exhibition opens on June 21 and runs through December 8, with an opening reception on Thursday, June 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. Read the press release.
Guggenheim Fellows Aparna Ramaswamy (Choreography, 2018) and Camille Brown (Choreography, 2016) join three female choreographers to premiere new solos commissioned by American Dance Festival on July 13 and July 14.
Theater for the New City Crystal Field, Executive Artistic Director and American Indian Artists in association with Spiderwoman Theater are pleased to present Fear of Oatmeal, written and directed by Muriel Miguel, Guggenheim Fellow in Drama and Performance Art, 2016.
Join Guggenheim Fellows Rufus Reid (Music Composition, 2008) and Billy Childs (Music Composition, 2009) on Saturday June 9 at 8:30 p.m., for “Bridges” Composition Concert at the Martin Theater in Ravinia Park.
Join Ragamala Dance Company for a performance of Written in Water at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival June 20 through June 24. Conceived by Artistic Directors and Doris Duke Performing Artist Awardees Ranee Ramaswamy and Aparna Ramaswamy, Guggenheim Fellows in Choreography, 2018.
Guggenheim Fellow Andrea Juan (Video & Audio, 2005) is pleased to announce WHO!!! … It’s not a question, it’s an affirmation!… a site specific installation at the National Museum and Research Center of Altamira. This exhibition opened on May 18 and will remain on display through 2018. Read the press release. View a video on YouTube.
Join Bill Hayes in London for a signing of Insomniac City and How New York Breaks Your Heart. Catch him on Monday, June 4, at 7 p.m. at Daunt Books, and on Friday, June 8, at 7 p.m., at Tate Modern (Terrace Bookshop). Bill Hayes was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in General Nonfiction in 2013.
Explore parks and gardens documented with black-and-white silver gelatin film in Paris Parks, an exhibition of photographs by Michael Kolster, Guggenheim Fellow in Photography, 2013, on display at ArtSpace Herndon from June 12 through July 14.
The Lincoln Trio will perform Daron Hagen’s Piano Trio No. 4 at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago on Saturday, June 16 from 6 – 7pm. Hagen was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Music Composition in 2012.
Keith Hennessy is pleased to announce the performance of “Sink,” on Friday and Saturday, June 1 and June 2, at the Joe Good Annex. Hennessy was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Choreography in 2017.
IFC is pleased to present “A Kid Like Jake,” directed by Guggenheim Fellow Silas Howard (Film-Video, 2015). Join Howard and writer Daniel Pearle at the 7:10pm showings Friday and Saturday and at the 2:40pm and 4:50pm showings on Sunday. Read an interview about the film.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Andrea Modica (Photography, 1993) for a book signing at the Philadelphia Art Book Fair. Follow this link to read a review of her latest book, January 1 (L’Artiere Editions).
Join Guggenheim Fellow Parvez Sharma (Film-Video, 2018) at the New York City IFC for the tenth anniversary of A Jihad for Love. A Q & A will follow the screening.
View the latest film by Suki Hawley and Michael Galinsky (Guggenheim Fellow in Film-Video, 2012) Working in Protest on June 2, at New Haven Doc Fest.
Heather Courtney’s The Unafraid is the closing night film at the Human Rights Watch Film Fest in New York City Thursday, June 21. Heather Courtney’s Guggenheim Fellowship (Film-Video, 2014) supported her work on this project.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Isidro Blasco (Fine Arts, 2000) for the opening of Rolling Houses at Black and White Gallery in Brooklyn. Rolling Houses opens on May 18, with a reception from 6 to 9pm.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Etienne Charles (Music Composition, 2015) for a concert on Sunday, June 3. Doors open at 5 and the concert begins at 6 pm. Etienne Charles currently serves as Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies at Michigan State University. He holds a Master’s degree from the Juilliard School and a Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University.