Picture of artist Walid Raad from Scratching on Things I could Disavow: Walkthrough Performance/Artist's Talk in the Museum of Modern ARt, NYC, 2015 for Rebecca's research paper, "Walid Raad: Fiction's Truth: From Archive to Imagination" for the 2016 History of Art Symposium.
Paul Fitzgerald compares ornamental lathe-turned ivory from late 16th century Staatliche Kunstammlungen in Dresden to the central panel detail of The Garden of Earthly Delights for the 2016 History of Art Symposium.
From: The Tipping Point: A Case Study in the Collaboration Between Medical Anthropology and Art
Installation at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, the Mills Gallery, and subsequent locations
A collaborative project by Professor Jennifer Hall, Project Lead; Ellen Ginsburg, Medical Anthropologist; Blyth Hazen, Robotic Coordinator; Arnie Hernandez, Programmer; and stories from artists from the South End of Boston
Published book by Ezra Shales, Made in Newark describes a turbulent industrial city at the dawn of the twentieth century and the ways it inspired the library's outspoken director, John Cotton Dana, to collaborate with industrialists, social workers, educators, and New Women.