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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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Great photos!! Thanks for visiting!
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Metropolis Magazine Feb 15
. exhibition shines a light on the influential New Typography movement:
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 15
Today starting at 1:30 pm! Tune into the livestream of our symposium Field/Fair/Museum: Franz Boas, George Hunt and the Making of Anthropology.
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Designers & Books Feb 15
in 1933, Tschichold, who authored the pioneering "Die Neue Typographie," wrote to Fortunato acknowledging his influence on recent German and Swiss . On view now at : a fascinating Tschichold exhibition.
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 15
The Story Box: Franz Boas, George Hunt and the Making of Anthropology featured by Will Heinrich in The Week in Arts for !
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 14
We’re here at - stop by to say hello and peruse our array of publications, including the newest Jan Tschichold exhibition catalogue!
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 14
on West 86th Street! 🌹Our gift to you, three exhibitions NOW OPEN: Floor 1- A View from the Jeweler’s Bench Floor 2- The Story Box Floor 3- Jan Tschichold and the New Typography Visit today, 11 am to 8 pm!
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Resnicow and Associates Feb 14
Stop by Gallery today to see three new shows: the work of anthropologist , graphic design pioneer , and the historic lineage of modern jewelry-making. Read more about BGC and its exhibition program here:
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 13
Still looking for the perfect Valentine's Day gift? How about this 18th-century carnelian and gold intaglio ring in A View from the Jeweler's Bench: Ancient Treasures, Contemporary Statements! Date night never looked so good.
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 13
Get your application in by March 1!
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 12
"The Story Box: Franz Boas, George Hunt and the Making of Anthropology" featured in The Critic's Notebook by the Editors of ! View the exhibition starting this Thursday, 11 am - 8 pm!
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 11
Jan Tschichold and the New Typography: Graphic Design Between the World Wars, by Paul Stirton is available to purchase! Find a Valentine's Day gift for the book lover in your life in our store online:
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 9
That look of concentration! Curator & BGC alumna Sasha Nixon is putting the finishing touches on her exhibition, A View from the Jeweler’s Bench: Ancient Treasures, Contemporary Statements, that developed from her QP. See the final installation Thursday Feb 14!
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 8
BGC recently acquired Le Antichità di Ercolano Esposte. Published between 1757–1792, these highly illustrated volumes were the first attempt to catalog buildings & antiquities excavated at Herculaneum & Pompeii and are an important source in the development of neoclassical art.
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 7
We're excited to announce ! Take a photograph of your jewelry against this background and post it to Instagram with a personal story. Your post will be added to our digital interactive, making you part of the exhibition!
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 6
Join us this spring for the Leon Levy Foundation Lectures in Jewish Material Culture! Zeev Weiss will deliver 3 lectures in a series on “Jewish Material Culture: Old Theories and New Approaches, from Eleazar L. Sukenik to the Twenty-First Century.”
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 6
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 6
Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 6 pm, join us for a lecture by archaeologist & Associate Professor of Anthropology Anna S. Agbe-Davies titled “Race Work Made Material: An Archaeology of African American Women’s Social Activism in the Twentieth Century”
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 4
Just 10 days until our Spring Exhibitions open!
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Bard Graduate Center Feb 4
And welcome to our new Library Artists in Residence, JoAnne McFarland and Rachel Selekman! The BGC Library AIR program invites visual or performance artists whose work is grounded in research to use our library collection as an incubator for new work.
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