Rome Prize 2016 -- Time and space to think and work.
Don't miss this article about Edward Lawson, the first landscape architect to win the Rome Prize in 1915. This year, the American Society of Landscape Architects observes the hundredth anniversary of this historic event.
El Museo del Barrio in Manhattan is currently displaying the work of Glendalys Medina, a Rome Prize winner of Visual Arts in 2013 and a current artist in residence ofEl Museo. Her goal has been to create a mural based on her past original works as well as a performance art piece inspired by rapper Drake's music. Her work will be on display until September 30th, 2015.
Waterhouse & Dodd presents its Summer Group Show, featuring works by multiple different gallery artists including FAAR '98 Doug Argue. Three of his paintings will be featured in the exhibition in anticipation of his solo show with the gallery beginning in October.
Visit Waterhouse & Dodd's New York gallery to see the show, on view now until August 31st!
Don't miss "Measure," Storefront for Art and Architecture's annual drawing show, beginning August 14th and ending September 12th. The exhibition will feature 30 drawings by 30 international architects, one of whom is our own AAR President Mark Robbins (FAAR '97).
See the link to the upcoming exhibition, to be held at Storefront's gallery space on 97 Kenmare Street in New York, here: http://storefrontnews.org/programming/measure/
AAR Trustee David Stone (FAAR'98) authenticates newly discovered and rare Guercino painting, currently on view at the Princeton University Art Museum!
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The Academy family is sad to hear of the passing of Peter Lindsay Schaudt, FAAR'91. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.
Join us at 6:30 asco-founder Alicia Garza discusses new forms of social and political activism targeting racism and legal and social injustice.
Join Fellows Tom Mayes, Judith Shea, and Eric Nathan July 1 at 3p.m. at Chesterwood National Trust for Historic Preservation where they will discuss the importance of old places and their influence on diverse creative works. The panel is being held in conjunction with a performance of “Why Old Places Matter”, by composer Eric Nathan at Tanglewood by the Boston Symphony Chamber Players at 8p.m.
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Watch AAR Director Kim Bowes tonight on "60 Minutes" (CBS, 7pm EST) discussing ongoing decline of Italy's architectural treasures.
Doug Argue FAAR’98 has a third painting now hanging in the lobby of the World Trade Center and an exhibition opening at Waterhouse and Dodd on 8 October.
A.C.T.'s Strand Theater in San Francisco will premiere "Monstress," a theatrical adaptation based on the short stories of 2015 Rome Prize Winner Lysley Tenorio, Sept 16 - Nov 22.