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Visual Arts News

‘Black Enough’ Solo Exhibition by Student Kevin Claiborne

‘Black Enough’ Solo Exhibition by Student Kevin Claiborne

September 19, 2020

Hosted by Thierry Goldberg Gallery, Black Enough contemplates what Blackness is in “an admixture that forms images that represent, what he calls, the “body as border.”’ 

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Film News

Alumna Angela Tucker '05 Recipient of William Greaves Fund

Alumna Angela Tucker '05 Recipient of William Greaves Fund

September 18, 2020

The William Greaves Fund aims to support mid-career filmmakers of color with a substantial body of nonfiction cinema works, who nonetheless are thwarted by structural barriers. 

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Writing News
Alumnus Daniel Bergner '89 Named 2021 New Arizona Fellow
Alumnus Daniel Bergner '89 Named 2021 New Arizona Fellow September 18, 2020

As a New Arizona Fellow, Bergner will receive funding between $15,000 - $30,000, the support of cohort gatherings, and access to helpful platforms and partnerships as he pursues his latest project—a book about "how we as a culture conceptualize mental illness." 

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Theatre News

Docu-Play about the Pandemic Premieres with Alumna Janelle Caso '17 as Stage Manager

Docu-Play about the Pandemic Premieres with Alumna Janelle Caso '17 as Stage Manager

September 3, 2020

Crafted from first hand interviews with New York City medical first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Line is a documentary play that explores the lived experiences of frontline medical workers in New York as they battle to save lives in a system built to serve the bottom line.

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Sound Art

Conversations with Artists in Art Getting Art: Kamari Carter

Conversations with Artists in Art Getting Art: Kamari Carter

July 10, 2020

Kamari Carter ’19 is a recent graduate of the Sound Art program. Here, we talk about the dedication of space to work and play, creative freedom during a pandemic, and DJing as a subset of sound art.

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