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Darren Waterston & Mark Doty in Conversation
An Instagram Live conversation through DC Moore Gallery brings together Civitellians Darren Waterston (CRF 2005) and soon-to-be Director’s Guest Mark Doty to discuss Waterston’s exhibition Notes from the Air, currently on view at DC Moore Gallery. Instagram Live@dcmooregalleryFriday, September 255pm EDT
Tribeca Gallery Night
This coming Friday, galleries in Tribeca and Soho will be open late to celebrate current exhibitions throughout the neighborhood. An interactive map of the participating galleries can be viewed at this link. Civitellians’ work will be present at the galleries including Helen Mirra (CRF 2016)’s and soon-to-be Fellow Mary Carlson’s. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 4-8PM. *masks and […]
The Phi Beta Kappa Society – 2020 Book Awards Short List
Civitellians Gerard Passannante (DG2019) and soon-to-be Director’s Guest Lewis Hyde were both shortlisted for the The Christian Gauss Award, celebrating outstanding books in the field of literary scholarship or criticism. See the rest of the Phi Beta Kappa Society awards here.
Saying His Name – Terrance Hayes
Terrance Hayes (CRF 2015) explores how Emmett Till has become a haunting, powerful figure in Black poetry—and Black public grief—through the work of 10 poets. Subscribe to the PSA newsletter for more in the Saying His Name series and to keep updated with the PSA.
“Out of Time” by Vince Briffa opens at Arthall in Gozo
Arthall in Gozo has announced its next exhibition – Out of Time – by Civitellian Vince Briffa (CRF 2018). Out of Time presents a collection of works on paper and mixed-media paintings selected from the last ten years of the artist’s studio production, including work produced during the Covid-19 lockdown. The exhibition, running from the […]
Jennifer Rochlin New Exhibition
Jennifer Rochlin (CRF 2019) has a new solo exhibition that opened on September 15th at The Pit. Appointments to view the exhibitions are available at this link.
Stories for the Years – Virtual Book Launch
You are invited to the virtual launch of the book Stories for the Years (Yale University Press), the new translation of Luigi Pirandello’s book by Civitellian Virginia Jewiss (DG 2009). The event, co-sponsored by the University of Notre Dame and Civitella Ranieri, opens with remarks by our own Residency Director, Diego Mencaroni. The author will […]
Ward Shelley at Pierogi
Ward Shelley (CRF 2010) has a new installation called The Room Where It Happened, at Pierogi. The installation is centered around misinformation and the coming election, and the history that has taken us to this brink. Running through the 11th of October, the gallery and full installation may be viewed by a limited number of […]
William Kentridge Online Film Festival & Exhibition
The premiere of William Kentridge (CRF 1996)’s City Deep is on the 29th of September. City Deep is the 11th film in Kentridge’s Drawings for Projection, a series of animated films drawn over 30 years, featuring the protagonist Soho Eckstein. The online film program, running from the 29th of September through the 3rd of October, and the subsequent […]
Leslie Shinn, in Memoriam
An award-winning poet and beloved Civitellian with an appreciation for the sciences, Leslie Shinn (CRF 2015), died on Aug. 29, 2020. Leslie was the coordinator of the biochemistry and Vagelos Scholars program in molecular life sciences for more than 20 years at the University of Pennsylvania. Leslie had won the 2013 Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize […]