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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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Colin Fanning Nov 18
“Dieter Rams: Principled Design” is now live ! Such an honor to work on this show and learn from one of design’s greatest minds. (Photos: Tim Tiebout, © Philadelphia Museum of Art)
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 16
Object of the Month: Votive Bust of a Young Man, written by Alexander Ekserdjian, a doctoral student in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at .
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 15
First snow of the season in NYC! "Jack Frost's Masterpiece, Niagara Falls, N.Y." B.L. Singley, Keystone View Company, stereograph, 1899. From our study collection, Gift of Matthew Whittmann.
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 14
In honor of , here's another sneak peek at our upcoming alumna-curated exhibition, "A View from the Jeweler's Bench: Ancient Treasures, Contemporary Statements," opening in just three short months!
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 13
This Friday at 6:30 pm, view a selection of short films that feature a variety of approaches to envisioning public acts of faith, followed by a conversation on filmmaking and faith between director Jeanne Liotta and guest curator
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 12
Continue a commemoration of this week with a visit to , where objects left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. are on view in New York City for the first time. Open tomorrow 11 am - 5 pm and late night til 8 pm on Wednesday & Thursday.
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 11
Can graffiti be seen as a sacred act? This Wednesday, November 14 from 7 - 8:30 pm, explore the history of graffiti and wall murals in the South Bronx, its links to activism and a community's commemoration of loss:
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hyperallergic Nov 8
An Artist’s Ofrenda Celebrates the Day of the Dead at Green-Wood Cemetery
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 8
students past and present hanging outside 18 and 38 West 86th!
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 7
Congratulations to alumnus John Stuart Gordon (MA 2003) on his publication American Glass: The Collections at Yale, the first major study of the 's American glass collection.
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Cooper Hewitt Nov 6
mood. Designed by David Virgien ca. 1980, these "Vote" posters can be found in the Cooper Hewitt Collection.
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Bard College Nov 6
A few of our favorite shots from around campus of students getting out the vote! Photos from @electionatbard, @barddemocrats, and .
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 6
Our students had a wonderful time this weekend at learning alternative photographic processes: platinum palladium printing, digital negatives, and chemigrams. There's no better way to study materials than hands-on learning with experienced makers!
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 6
Tomorrow is First Wednesdays Jazz and Conversation! Stop by the Gallery from 6 - 8 pm for a free viewing of and live jazz curated by Gene Perla. This week's conversation is led by Patricia Llosa, a Jungian analyst:
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 5
This Friday 9:30 am - 5:30 pm, join our symposium on "Revivalism in the Age of Modernism." Scholars from BGC, , , , & more will explore how revivalist styles in design & decoration have shaped public identity
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 5
Wednesday, November 7, at 6 pm, Severin Fowles (Associate Professor, ) presents “Iconohistories of the American West," mapping out transformations in image production in northern New Mexico:
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 4
Turning back the clock for ! Clock from our 1994 exhibition Cast Iron from Central Europe, 1800-1850
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 2
The Object of the Month is the Ex-voto of Josefa Peres Maldonado, on loan to from . Written by James Oles, Senior Lecturer in Art :
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Bard Graduate Center Nov 1
Border Crossings: This and Other Worlds with is almost here! W/ many free events, it will be a weekend of celebration, reflection, & commemoration. Retablo of José Cruz Soria for safe passage to Mexico from the U.S., 1960. Durand-Arias Collection.
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Bard Graduate Center Oct 31
Looking back on as the month comes to a close - thank you to everyone who joined us to add Wikipedia entries about contributions by women, LGBTQI communities, and artists of color to the fields of architecture and design history!
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