Elizabeth Fain LaBombard Visits Landscapes that are Often Under-utilized on the Periphery of Rome
Elizabeth Fain LaBombard is the winner of the Prince Charitable Trusts Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture and an Associate at James Corner Field Operations in New York City.
Eric Nathan Compiles Texts for a Song Cycle Inspired by Historic Correspondence
Eric Nathan is the winner of the Frederic A. Juilliard/Walter Damrosch Rome Prize in Musical Composition and a Composer from New York City.
Milton Gendel at New York’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò
"Milton Gendel: A Surreal Life," curated by Andrew Heiskell Arts Director Peter Benson Miller and Barbara Drudi, opened last Friday in New York City at the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò.
Ruth W. Lo Looks at How Food Relates to Rome's Architecture and Urbanism in the Early Twentieth Century
Ruth W. Lo is the Donald and Maria Cox Pre-Doctoral Rome Prize Winner in Modern Italian Studies and a Ph.D candidate in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture at Brown University.
Bradley Cantrell Frames Methodologies Developed in Rural Louisiana for Urban Contexts
Bradley E. Cantrell is the winner of the Garden Club of America Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture and the Director and Associate Professor at the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture at Louisiana State University.
nine seventeen at the AAR Gallery
Prabhavathi Meppayil’s first solo exhibition in Europe opened last Wednesday evening at the AAR Gallery with the artist in attendance.
2014-15 Rome Prize Winners Announced
The American Academy in Rome congratulates the winners of the 118th annual Rome Prize Competition.
Max Page Observes How We Individually Wrestle with the Past
Max Page is the winner of the Mark Hampton Rome Prize and a Professor of Architecture and History in the Department of Art, Architecture, and Art History at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Celebrating a Centennial: The Academy in Times of War
On October 1, 1914, the doors of the McKim, Mead & White building opened solemnly onto a world at war. It was a war, they said, to end all wars, yet the institution would survive to see it end and another conflict begin.
Peter Streckfus Works on Poetry Inspired by ‘Acqua Alta’ and the Bass Garden
Peter Streckfus is the winner of the Joseph Brodsky Rome Prize, a gift of the Drue Heinz Trust/American Academy of Arts and Letters, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at George Mason University.