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VES Alum Sara Stern '12 receives a 2018 Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grant in New York

December 4, 2018

According to the Foundation, grantees were selected for “demonstrating critical and rigorous work in the field of contemporary art as well as an ability and commitment to making substantial contributions to the arts in the future.” Stern is currently a 2018-2019 Visual Arts Fellow at the Fine Arts...

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Valeska Grisebach

Valeska Grisebach: 2018 Baby Jane Holzer Visiting Artist in Film

November 9, 2018

The Departments of Visual and Environmental Studies, Theatre, Dance and Media, and the Harvard Film Archive welcome filmmaker Valeska Grisebach as a 2018 Baby Jane Holzer Visiting Artist in Film.

During her Fellowship, she will be meeting with students interested in film, and discussing her work as a filmmaker. To find more information about the event and film screenings, please visit Harvard...

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VES Alum Dario Guerrero ’16 to screen his film Rocío at MIT and in New York November 14-17

November 9, 2018
Dario Guerrero won a Hopes Prize for his thesis film in 2016. He will be screening the film next week at MIT and in New York.
 
Wednesday, November 14 at 5pm
 
MIT
Building 4 Room 270
182 Memorial Drive (rear)
 
Thursday, November 15 at 7 pm
 
Columbia University, Heyman Center
2nd Floor Conference Room
74...
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Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne

Karthik Pandian & Andros Zins-Browne: Atlas Unlimited

September 25, 2018
The Assistant Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies Karthik Pandian and choreographer Andros Zins-Browne are opening their ongoing project Atlas Unlimited  on September 29 in Netwerk Aalst, Precarious Pavilions in Antwerp. The project changes and adapts to specific contexts as it moves, unfolding in a succession of “acts” at each location, beginning with Netwerk Aalst, Precarious Pavilions in Antwerp, and the... Read more about Karthik Pandian & Andros Zins-Browne: Atlas Unlimited