Bard College ART HISTORY PROGRAM

Student Opportunities

MASS MoCA Internships

 

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Spring 2014 Internships

MASS MoCA offers 11 internships for the upcoming season. Below you will find links to the full descriptions and application for the upcoming season.

Dates of internships – Monday, Jan 6th – Monday, May 27th

Application deadline: Friday, November 1st Apply here!

Website and Internship Descriptions: http://www.massmoca.org/opportunities.php

  • (2) Performing Arts Administration
  • (2) Stage Tech / Production
  • (1) Marketing & Public Relations
  • (1) Visual Arts – Curatorial
  • (1) Visual Arts – Registrar
  • (1) Graphic Design
  • (1) Box Office
  • (1) Film Technican

Feel free to contact me with any questions -internapplications@massmoca.org

Meghan Robertson
Intern Coordinator from Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA).

Student Opportunity

BREESE LITTLE PRIZE FOR ART CRITICISM

The BREESE LITTLE Prize for Art Criticism was designed to support young writers of art criticism with a £600 termly prize.

The Prize was established in 2010 and we are pleased to announce ArtQuarters Press as our new sponsor of Volumes IX – XI, culminating in a publication celebrating contributors to the first eleven volumes.

We aim to celebrate young critics whose approach to arts writing maintains intellectual rigour but privileges accessibility.

Submissions guidelines are available on our website here , along with previous winners and judges’ comments.

Deadline: Friday 20th September 2013

For more information: www.breeselittle.com

Student Opportunity

Thomas Cole Internship Opportunity

The Thomas Cole Historic Site is looking for a college art history student to intern for the fall and winter. The opportunity is very flexible, the Cole House is looking for somebody to come in for a few hours a day, two days a week of the interns choosing. The intern would lead tours, conduct independent research and help with taking down the current exhibition. They would work closely with the staff and our head curator. Its a great opportunity for Bard students!
For more information:
http://www.thomascole.org/internships/

Alumni

New In-depth Exhibition Tours at Olana

The Olana Partnership is proud to announce special in-depth tours of the exhibition Maine Sublime: Frederic Edwin Church’s Landscapes of Mount Desert Island and Mount Katahdin. For the very first time, visitors are invited to join us every Saturday on the hour from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm through October 26th in the Evelyn and Maurice Sharp Gallery at Olana (Hudson, NY) to explore Olana’s feature exhibition. These tours offer a rare opportunity to experience the Olana collection in a more traditional gallery context and learn about the artist’s special relationship to the Maine landscape. The tours are offered for a fee of $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and students with a valid ID, and are free to children under 12 and members of The Olana Partnership. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 518-828-0135.
Maine Sunset OL.1980.1889
Curatorial Assistant Christopher T. Richards, Bard graduate 2012, will be leading the tours. “Mr. Richards leads a wonderful tour,” comments Associate Curator Valerie Balint. “He has worked very closely with us in the planning of Maine Sublime here at Olana. His enthusiasm and knowledge of the works will offer visitors the chance to engage with the art objects and their history, not to mention answer questions in great detail.”

For more information: http://www.olana.org/

Notes from the Chair

Senior Project Presentations 2013

Art History Senior Presentations Thursday, May 16th: art history seniors presented their projects to their peers and faculty and then participated in a celebratory dinner.

Here is the Program, please enjoy!

Uncategorized

Reading of On Kawara’s One Million Years at Dia Beacon

DIA: Beacon  is  recruiting volunteers for the reading of On Kawara’s One Million Years.  As a part of the 10th Anniversary Celebration May 18 – 19, 2013, there will be a live reading of On Kawara‘s One Million Years on both days. This presentation, which speaks to the passage and marking of time, will commemorate the 10th Anniversary of Dia:Beacon. Kawara‘s One Million Years consist of a male and female reader alternating the reading of Past and Future dates in numerical order. At Dia:Beacon, all readings will be done in hour-long sessions from 11 am to 6 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

DIA would like to extend the opportunity at this time to students, patrons, staff and friends of Dia to participate in this unique work of art. To reserve a timeslot, please contact Kathleen Anderson at kanderson@diaart.org or 845.440.0100.  Please feel free to share with friends and colleagues – and urge them to sign up for those Sundays slots!  The only requirement is that the readings must be done in English.

Megan Holly Witko
Curatorial Department Assistant
Dia Art Foundation
535 West 22nd Street 4th Floor 
New York New York 10011

Happenings at Bard

Lecture by José Estaban Muñoz

Theater and Performance and the LAIS Program present a lecture by
José Estaban Muñoz

“Feeling Brown: The Performativity of María Irene Fornés and Tania Bruguera”

feeling brown

Tania Bruguera, El Peso de la Culpa, 1997-99

 

Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 6:30 pm

Fisher Center, Resnick Theater Studio

 

Student Opportunities

Summer Internship Opportunities

Bard CDO announces two summer internship opportunities in Hudson, New York.

Please click on the link below for more information.

Summer Internships in Hudson

Notes from the Chair, Uncategorized

Medievalist Candidate

Candidate for the tenure-track Medieval Position in Art History

Beatrice Kitzinger
Stanford University

will give a talk:
“Manuscript Space and the Material Cross in the Late Eighteenth Century”

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Reem Kayden Science Bldg. 102
6:00 pm

Sponsored by the Office of the Dean and the Art History Program

Notes from the Chair

Medievalist Candidate

Candidate for the tenure-track Medieval Position in Art History

Christopher R. Lakey
John Hopkins University
will give a talk:
“On the aspect of things: The Relief-Image and the Paradox of Perspective in the Middle Ages”

St. George Killing the Dragon, Cathedral of St. George, Ferrara (1135)

St. George Killing the Dragon, Cathedral of St. George, Ferrara (1135)

Thursday, March 14, 2013
Reem Kayden Science Bldg. 102
6:00 pm

Sponsored by the Dean of the College and the Art History Program

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