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Christie’s Information Session

Bard’s Career Development Office and the Art History Program
invite you to:

Christie’s Internship and Graduate Program Information Session

When:   Thursday, November 1 at 1:00 pm
Where:  Weis Cinema
Led By: Hilary Smith, Academic and Admissions Coordinator

Come learn more about Christie’s semesterly, summer and winter
internship programs, as well as entry-level positions! Also hear
about Christie’s Education, an international team of dedicated
art-world experts, academics and practitioners, who are
committed to educating and inspiring the next generation of
art-world professionals.


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Art in Review: Patty Chang

Melons, 1998

Patty Chang, noted filmmaker, photographer and performance artist, will present her work in RKC 103 this Thursday, April 26, at 5:00.  Using herself as the protagonist, Chang has created a bracing body of work, sometimes funny, sometimes shocking, sometimes both, that comments on women’s roles in American and Chinese cultures.  New York Times critic, Roberta Smith, has praised Chang’s “post feminist toughness in which different aspects of the feminine are flaunted, exaggerated, or rendered almost humiliatingly vulnerable.”  All are invited to hear this challenging and entertaining artist.

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The Cultured Canvas

Thomas Cole National Historic Site, The Olana Partnership, Olana State Historical Site and Bard College cordially invite you to:

Talks, Panel Discussion and Book Signing with a Fresh Perspective on the Hudson River School

Saturday, May 5, 2012
1-5 pm, Registration opens at 12:30
Weiss Cinema, Bard College

For more information visit:

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CDO Sponsored Christie’s Information Session

When:  Thursday, April 12, 10:00 am-2:00 pm
Where: Campus Center Lobby Information  
10:00 am-12:30 pm
Weis Cinema : 12:30-1:30 pm

Led by Kate Dworkin, Christie’s Internship

Career Development Office Spring Career Highlights

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Irvin Unger to Speak

The Art History Department and Jewish Studies invites you to a lecture by

Irvin Ungar

1927. Paris. The Scribe

Arthur Szyk: Miniature Paintings and Modern Illumination

This illustrated presentation examines the long and varied career of the 20th century artist Arthur Szyk, from the rich illuminations of his Paris period to his World War II political art to limited edition fine art books such as his famous Passover Haggadah.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
3:00 pm, WEIS CINEMA, Bertelsmann Campus Center


Faculty News, Happenings at Bard

In God We Trust: Chinese Contemporary Christian Art

Gao Yuan

Co-curated by Patricia Karetzky and Daozi, essay by Wang Yun

September 1-30, 2011
The Woods

Lecture by Patricia Karetzky, Thursday, September 1, 2011,
5:00 pm
Opening Reception to follow.

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Fernando Ruíz Lorenzo and Tom Wolf


The opening reception on March 9th in The Reem Kayden Gallery was a resounding success.  An insightful talk by the artist was followed by lively discussion.  To view more of the images please go to Vin Zarate’s FlickR site:

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