• Stylized text of the title of Poets.org's series, "Poem-a-Day."

    Arts Politics Professor Kathy Engel Featured by Poets.org

    Tuesday, Nov 23, 2021

    Department of Art & Public Policy Associate Arts Professor Kathy Engel was featured by Poets.org in their "Poem-a-Day" series, showing how she is consistently involved in cultural production.

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    Art & Public Policy Chair Pato Hebert Presenting at the Disability & Intersectionality Summit

    Thursday, Nov 18, 2021

    Department of Art & Public Policy Chair Pato Hebert is presenting at the biennial Disability & Intersectionality Summit, acting as an artist-activist to explore social justice.

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  •  A front-facing picture of Marjuan Canady in a pink shirt.

    Arts Politics Alumna Partners With Nick Cannon for Production

    Tuesday, Nov 9, 2021

    Arts Politics alumna Marjuan Canady's nonprofit, Canady Foundation for the Arts, is partnering with the Nick Cannon Foundation to give free virtual read-alouds to children, combining art and activism.

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  • A graphic of silhouettes of a diverse array of people looking at a grid.

    Art & Public Policy Professor Anna Deavere Smith Joins The Commission on Reimagining Our Economy

    Monday, Nov 8, 2021

    Department of Art & Public Policy Professor Anna Deavere Smith is officially joining the American Academy of Arts & Sciences' Commission on Reimagining Our Economy.

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    Arts Politics Chair, Professor Pato Hebert, exhibits at Ming Studios in Boise, Idaho

    Saturday, Oct 30, 2021

    The Chair of the Department of Art & Public Policy, Pato Hebert, presented new work in the exhibit, Holding What Can't Be Held, in October, 2021.

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  • A photo of the exhibit showing a wall image installation of a government document.

    Arts Politics Professor Pato Hebert Exhibits New Installation

    Saturday, Oct 30, 2021

    Arts Politics Professor Pato Hebert exhibits "Death Was Our Amniotic Fluid" as part of his Tisch "*This Is Not A Drill*" fellowship, pushing the possibilities of cultural production.

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  • A side profile of Professor Karen Finley under an umbrella.

    Professor Karen Finley Receives the Rose Dorothea Award

    Wednesday, Sep 15, 2021

    Arts Politics faculty member Karen Finley is featured in Provincetown Magazine due to her continual career creative contributions to the Outer Cape, as well as her written works.

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  • The cover of Professor Antonio's book, "Dramatic Effects with a Movie Camera"

    Arts Politics Professor Sheril Antonio Co-Publishes "Dramatic Effects with a Movie Camera"

    Thursday, Aug 26, 2021

    Arts Politics Professor Sheril Antonio co-publishes the book, "Dramatic Effects with a Movie Camera," sharing a practical guide to visual storytelling potential that can push the possibilities of cultural production.

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    Arts Politics Alumna Named Executive Director of Spelman College Museum of Fine Art

    Monday, Jul 12, 2021

    NYU Tisch M.A. Arts Politics Alumna appointed Director of Museum of Fine Art at Spelman College

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  • Screen grab of student project website with "Our Welcome Table" written on the left and a gallery of seven images tiling the right.

    Now Available for View: Projects from Arts Politics Course "Exploring Inclusivity Through the Cultures of Food"

    Wednesday, Jun 2, 2021

    Snapshot of material the course engaged, including student projects.

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