Concord Center for the Visual Arts is pleased to present Inhabiting Words. This group exhibition includes the work of Lesley Dill, Guggenheim Fellow in Fine Arts, 2017. Inhabiting Words opens on June 8, and runs through August 11, 2017. Follow the link for more information about the opening reception and artist panel.
Kasumi, Guggenheim Fellow in Film and Video, 2011, has been commissioned by ChamberFest Cleveland to create forty short films for Gÿorgy Kurtág's Kafka Fragments. Kasumi will perform these films live, with Lauren Eberwein, Mezz-soprano, and violinists Alexi Kenney and Yura Lee.
Two installments of Netta Yerushalmy's Paramodernities project will be presented at the National Museum of the American Indian as part of River to River Festival. Shows are free but an RSVP is required due to limited space. Netta Yerushalmy was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Choreography in 2012.
Abrons Arts Center is pleased to present the world premiere of Christina Masciotti: Raw Bacon From Poland. Christina Masciotti was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Drama and Performance Art in 2016. Masciotti's Guggenheim Fellowship supported her work on this project.
Candy/A Good and Spacious Land features work by Jim Goldberg, Guggenheim Fellow in Photography, 1985, and Donovan Wylie. Both artists spent years exploring New Haven, Connecticut, photographing the city and people they encountered.
Join Dániel Péter Biró, Guggenheim Fellow in Music Composition, 2017, at the Fulton Ferry Landing for Bargemusic, a concert at the Brooklyn waterfront. The concert will include two world premieres.
Akhil Sharma is pleased to announce a new book. A Life of Adventure and Delight (W.W.Norton & Co.) will be available in July. Akhil Sharma was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fiction in 2015.
Archiving Eden explores the role of seed banks and their preservation efforts in the face of climate change, the extinction of natural species, and decreased agricultural diversity. Dornith Doherty's Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography (2012) supported her work on this project. Follow this link to listen to an interview (Yale radio). Follow this link for more information about Archiving Eden.
On Saturday, May 6, the Ellison Center at the University of Washington and the University Library sponsored a symposium dedicated to the work of Guggenheim Fellow William C. Brumfield (Russian History, 2000). The symposium discussed the role of documentation in the study of Russian architecture in relation to other cultures. The event was held in conjunction with an exhibit of Brumfield's photographs, Architecture at the End of the Earth. The symposium also featured the public launch of an archival site--the William Brumfield Russian Architecture Digital Collection--funded in part by NEH and supported by the University of Washington Libraries.
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