Arts & Sciences News
Need to read information on us or even simply go through our accomplishments in the performing arts? New analysis by Arts Council England, produced to tell the Brexit negotiations, has highlighted the adverse affect losing funding and free movement could have on the sector. An Arnhem Land artist has gained a $10,000 award for his illustration of a kids’s guide by Sally Morgan. Dr. John Gentile, Professor of Performance Research in Kennesaw State’s Division of Theatre and Efficiency Research, will receive the National Communication Affiliation’s Lilla A. Heston Award for Excellent Scholarship in Interpretation and Performance Research.
Thomas Jefferson Award 2018 honoree Joanne Braxton, the Kluge Center’s David B. Larson Fellow in Health and Spirituality, will be joined by W&M Associate Professor Robert Trent Vinson and Cassandra Newby-Alexander Ph.D. ’92, director of the Roberts Heart for African Diaspora Studies at Norfolk State College, to discuss 1619 and The Making of America.â€ This free, public event is Feb.
William & Mary is partnering with Omprakash to offer its EdGE program to members of the campus community. The Cambridge Artist-in-Residence (AIR) 2018 season kicks off this Sunday, Feb. Starting in September 2018, and for the subsequent five years, studios for CCA’s Graduate Program in Effective Arts will be in the American Industrial Middle – a building supporting maker and artist spaces in the heart of San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood – some of the vibrant up to date arts communities within the metropolis.
A brand new exhibition commitÂd to fairy tales shows artists attempting to make old stories conform to what we want them to say. Plus: Kapwani Kiwanga wins the inaugural Frieze Artist Award, and 11 artists make the Scotiabank Photograph Award longlist. The Australia Council has appointed Kerry Gardner, filmaker and arts patron, as chair of the Venice Council.
Andrew Miller, a Nationwide Council member for the arts councils of England and Wales, has been appointed to encourage higher inclusivity in the arts by the Government’s minister for disabled individuals, health and work. Despite a profitable pilot programme in schools, no funding has been confirmed for the arts programme originally announce by David Cameron.