The 2022–23 Rome Prize winners (see pages 42–43) arrived in Rome nearly two months ago and have been hard at work on their various projects in the arts and humanities. But we shouldn’t neglect the remarkable achievements of the 2022 Fellows, who returned home from the Janiculum in July. This issue of AAR Magazine highlights their work throughout, including a feature on Summer Open Studios.
In these pages we welcome Aliza Wong to her three-year term as director and introduce the first half of our 2023 Residents. We recap our spring exhibition Regeneration, report on recent site work by archaeologist C. Brian Rose, who announced a bequest intention, and publish a poem by Natasha Trethewey that was newly translated into Italian. And always more.