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Bard Graduate Center is a graduate research institute in New York City that offers advanced degrees in decorative arts, design history, and material culture.
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Bard Graduate Center 13h
We are saddened to learn of the passing of architect and proponent of postmodernism Robert Venturi. His contributions to the field of design will forever be remembered, studied, and appreciated.
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New York Times Arts 15h
Robert Venturi, the architect whose buildings and best-selling books helped inspire the movement known as postmodernism, in which historic elements merged with contemporary forms, has died
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Center for Craft 16h
We’re getting ready for Shared Ground... Check-in starts tomorrow at 5:30 in the Barbara Tober Grand Atrium, . Remember to join in the discussion this weekend with our official hashtag
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"Every little object left there tells a personal story." Catherine Yang on votive offerings across time on view in
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 18
When is After? As BGC celebrates its 25th year the project of looking back in order to move forward in more interesting ways is one that we embrace. Read Dean Peter Miller's introduction to BGC's 2018-19 Research Theme:
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 17
Can't wait! This three-day symposium is sold out but join us through livestream- check back the day of the event for a link to the video
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 16
Here we are ! Spend your sunny Sunday perusing our publications in Booth 648! 📚
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 15
We will be at the Brooklyn Book Festival tomorrow, 10 am - 6 pm! Stop by Booth 648 in the Literary Marketplace for a selection of our exhibition catalogues, books, and journals
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Luce Foundation Sep 14
Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree, a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, and an Etruscan anatomical votive are a few of 300+ objects in "Agents of Faith"—a new show at . Explore how & why humans have created votives and offered them as acts of faith for millenia
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 14
Our symposium is live-streaming! Tune in now to hear John Guy discuss Boons and Blessings in Early India
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 14
And congratulations to Ronald T. Labaco (MA 2002), just named Director of Exhibitions and Chief Curator !
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 14
Great morning for alumni news! Sarah Stanley (MA 2016) interviewed about her new exhibition "Intertwined: Regional Textile Traditions" at
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 13
Throughout time and across cultures people have made objects and offered them as acts of faith. Known as votives, these objects are expressions of fundamental human needs and concerns.…
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Center for Craft Sep 13
The programs are here! We’re excited about next week’s Shared Ground conference. How about you? Visit to see full schedule.
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Resnicow and Associates Sep 5
Open the link for a sneak peek video created by University Press of the spectacular catalogue for Graduate Center’s upcoming exhibition Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place, opening Sept 14.
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 12
Replying to @AllisonCMeier
Thank you for visiting!!
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Allison C. Meier Sep 12
The ex voto & votive expressions of thanks & tribute in the “Agents of Faith” exhibit are so beautiful
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 12
Putting finishing touches on installation of Votive Objects in Time and Place! One of the biggest objects is this customized 1994 Harley Davidson Police Special motorcycle, deposited at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. See it opening weekend, 11 am - 5 pm!
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Bard Graduate Center Sep 11
Can’t wait!
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Shannon Mattern Sep 11
A February symposium on khipus - "Writing History In and From Knots -- at ! (hey, !)
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