Awarded by Boston’s Society of Arts + Crafts, the fellowship is given annually to an early-career furniture artist. “Her work in steel is like no other I have seen.”
The striking abstract collage is a major addition to the collection.
The Warded Man was a New York Times bestseller.
The composer, flutist, and producer will be the eleventh Daniel R. Lewis Composer Fellow.
Solo exhibition by prize recipient Tomashi Jackson to open at the Museum on April 13
He was named the Claude and Alfred Mann Endowed Professor in Dance at USC Kaufman.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Silas Brown ’10 on his win and to David De Jesus ’04 and Lucy Kalantari ’98 for their work on Grammy®-winning projects.
Award winning alumni Hal Hartley and Chris Wedge will serve as Jury President and Executive Director and “Bombshell” screenwriter Charles Randolph will deliver the keynote.
The move is part of the college’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and social justice.
The first Springboard-curated recipient of Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation AIR Founder’s Residency.
Congratulations to Laura Jobin-Acosta ’20 MM, a composer recently named a recipient of the first-ever IDEA Opera Residencies program by OPERA America.
Three former senior project students are co-authors.
Journalism major Sonia Barkat ’21 recently had a book of plays published, Winter Stars: Three 10-Minute Plays: From Tragedy to Fantasy to Comedy.
Congratulations to the emerging filmmaker, one of ten named a Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellow.
The SUNY Chancellor has awarded Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies Ragnhild Utheim and Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies Lisa Jean Moore a grant for creating a study abroad opportunity that addresses climate change.
Alumnus Spike Wilner, owner of Smalls Jazz Club and Mezzrow, is using creative strategies to reopen. Smalls will be the first NYC jazz club to return to live, on-site performances!
The history and studio composition double major is among two Purchase College graduating seniors to receive the prestigious 2020 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.
Routledge publishes new book by Jordan Schildcrout, Associate Professor of Theatre & Performance
The New Yorker’s Margaret Talbot went On the Road with Mitski.
And congratulations to all the Purchase alumni and faculty who earned nominations this Broadway award season.
On Wednesday, April 10, an audience packed the Neuberger Museum of Art’s Center Gallery to hear jazz musicians interpret the poetry of Kevin Young.
The associate professor of sociology will be in residence at The MacDowell Colony.
LED lighting project in partnership with New York Power Authority is like taking 140 cars off the road.
This year’s Roy and Shirley Durst Distinguished Chair in Literature, Michael Chabon, welcomed his longtime friend, Neil Gaiman, for a wide-ranging and warm discussion.
Three students appear in Madonna’s short film Her-Story
The Sixth Annual Backstage Legends and Masters Award event will pay tribute to the founder of Scenic Art Studios on April 24.
It’s the first recording in more than 50 years of this work.
Pedestrians walking near the exterior of the Neuberger Museum of Art have been greeted this fall by dozens of faces staring back—some smiling, some serious.
She stumbled upon the The Beat online during her college search—it was one of the main reasons she decided to attend Purchase.
Three alumni from the Conservatory of Theatre Arts’ Acting Program have landed starring roles on hit television shows—and garnered critical acclaim along the way.