In August of , just months after earning a B. To be any good as a teacher, you have to remain a student. All events are free and open to the public. Most of the students who are accepted are several years beyond their undergraduate studies; roughly half come from New York City and the other half from all over the world. It was titled The Malcolm X Series. Art schools go through phases.
Faculty pay is low. For the next several years, like many young artists, he supported himself with a string of odd jobs: Its interdisciplinarity is not trouble-free. The issue has particular valence at Bard, where success varies tremendously among its several disciplines: The number of these programs grows annually, driven by economic and social realities that have led educational institutions to seek out more flexible, cost-effective learning experiences. Coe her second solo exhibition in New York, Sue Coe:
Now one of the top-rated M. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 11 a. The MFA candidates are: Free roundtrip shuttle service is available to the opening on July 22 from the Metro—North train station in Poughkeepsie.
Money tops the list. These events, like the large crits, are mandatory.
Bard MFA Thesis Exhibition
Kelly, who has been on the undergraduate faculty since and who chaired the M. The parameters for what kind of work belongs where are determined on a case-by-case basis. To be any good as a teacher, you have to remain a student. Paul, Minnesota, and was 23 years old. One evening inCheyney Thompson, who has taught in the painting department sincegave a presentation that caused considerable consternation.
Following his inaugural summer at Bard, Marnie went back to Yhesis York and embarked on bwrd first independent study period. Isolated from the outside world and its obligations, with students and teachers regularly crisscrossing between the same few buildings, people get to know one another quickly. There, he had pasted a large colorful photograph of a vase of flowers and then torn parts of it away, flaying not just the image but the wall itself down to its studs.
Dead Ringers – QIANA MESTRICH
Here we improved on the model by turning it around and getting the students involved. Born in the Mekong Delta and raised in the Thesks, D. Many mention the lack of a shared vocabulary as a stumbling block; and, over the years, crib sheets and glossaries have been employed to make cross-disciplinary conversations easier.
In true Bard fashion, instead of responding, Marnie took notes. So I decided instead to do my presentation in the form of music videos and leave my voice out. Art schools go through phases.
The first was that music, writing, and the visual arts would be brought together: One thing everyone agrees on, however, is that there is never enough on-campus time for work, reading, collaboration or reflection. But then it occurred to me that he might have been presenting a morality tale about an art world that looked amazing and fun, but was in fact something else.
Marnie describes the independent study as a soul adventure: The issue has particular valence at Bard, where success varies tremendously among its several disciplines: His practice suffered and his debts mounted. And though its tuition is half what Yale and Columbia charge, the program struggles to offer financial aid nearly everyone receives something but nobody gets a free ridewhich results in a less diverse, more indebted student body.
Detailed information is available at www. But my instinct was that he was a good guy. InLucy Raven, an Oakland- and New York-based filmmaker whose work was included in the Whitney Biennial, applied to the sculpture department with work that on its surface seemed more like video or photography, and wound up making China Towna film about copper mining assembled from 7, still photographs.
Ivana Larrosa – solo exhibition
I went to Bard to become unsuccessful—and I succeeded. Our view is that knowledge is infinite and infinitely capable of new combinations. For his presentation, he screened two video slide shows: Bard MFA offers students the opportunity to receive cross-disciplinary feedback and a broader and deeper response from a community of artists, in contrast to the departmental approach favored by traditional MFA programs.
Most of these conversations are conducted over the course of three consecutive summers, during eight-week residencies in June and July.