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.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Akosua Adoma Owusu (Film-Video, 2015) for a screening and moderated discussion of her recent work in the Edlis Neeson Theater at the MCA Chicago Screening series.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Etienne Charles (Music Composition, 2015) at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center for a performance on Thursday, January 3.
Larry Racioppo, Guggenheim Fellow in Photography, 1997, will give an illustrated talk and sign copies of his new book Brooklyn Before, Photographs, 1971-1983, on December 19, 2018, at the Brooklyn Collection. Larry Racioppo: A Retrospective is currently on display at the Brooklyn Public Library.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Kate Weare (Choreography, 2014) on December 14 and 15 for HOTHOUSE, a demonstration and discussion about a new series of solo works and insight into their creative development. Follow the link for more information about this event.
Join Guggenheim Fellow Coleen Sterritt (Fine Arts, 2016) on Sunday, December 9, for a discussion at Artbook @ Hauser & Wirth Bookstore in Los Angeles.
Julia Bacha was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Film-Video in 2015. Join her on Tuesday, December 4, at 6 pm for a screening and discussion in Luce Hall at Yale University.
Sarah Ruden, Guggenheim Fellow in Translation, 2010, will be speaking on Biblical translation at the 92nd Street Y for the Books and Bagels series on Sunday, December 16.
Brenda Kenneally is pleased to announce the publication of Upstate Girls (Regan Arts, 2018). Kenneally’s Guggenheim Fellowship (Photography, 2014) supported her work on this project. Learn more about the book and Kenneally’s work in the feature in the New York Times Magazine.
Guggenheim Fellows Grace Schulman (Poetry, 2004), Meghan O’Rourke (General Nonfiction, 2014), and Benjamin Taylor (General Nonfiction, 2012) will lead a discussion on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, at the New York Institute for the Humanities.
Join Elana Herzog, Guggenheim Fellow in Fine Arts, 2017, for a discussion with Eva Diaz on Wednesday, November 14, from 6 to 8 pm.
Join Anne Makepeace, Guggenheim Fellow in Film, (2008) for a film screening of Tribal Justice at the National Museum of the American Indian on Wednesday, November 14, from 6 to 9 pm.
The Library of Congress is pleased to present Alarm Will Sound, a concert tonight that includes a new Violin Concerto by Oscar Bettison (Music Composition, 2017) and the premiere of a new Library of Congress commission from Annie Gosfield (Music Composition, 2017).