Daily Archive: February 22, 2021

Kobena Mercer joins Bard College faculty | Local Announcements

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON — Bard College announces the appointment of Kobena Mercer as the Charles P. Stevenson Chair in Art History and the Humanities, a joint appointment between the Art History and Visual Culture Program in the undergraduate College, and the Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS). Mercer, who comes to Bard from Yale University, will assume his faculty position in fall 2021.

“We are delighted that Kobena Mercer has chosen to accept the Stevenson professorship,” said Bard College President Leon Botstein. “It is an honor to have as distinguished a scholar and teacher as Professor Mercer, whose wide-ranging work spanning the arts

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Cancel culture should not mean art by offensive people is ‘burned’, says Hugh Bonneville

Hugh Bonneville as Roald Dahl

Hugh Bonneville as Roald Dahl

Cancel culture should not mean that work by offensive people is ‘burned’, Hugh Bonneville has said ahead of his performance as Roald Dahl.

The Downton Abbey actor urged caution over the trend of publicly denouncing celebrities as he believes there is a way of ‘balancing’ how we regard their work without condoning their offensive views or actions.

Bonneville also expressed his confusion over how imaginative people can be while producing films and art without offending people, asking ‘what dark corners are we allowed to explore and not explore?’

The 57 year old stars as Roald

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Three Global Leaders In Travel, Arts And Culture Share Their Future Predictions

Jessica Christopherson heads up the Fort Worth Film Commission, which was established in 2015. Christopherson and the Film Commission team have led hundreds of projects and driven $47 million in economic impact and helped support the creation of over 4,000 jobs. As Director of Public Art for Scottsdale Arts, Kim Boganey runs Arizona’s nationally recognized public art programme. A leader in defining art in the public realm through creative place-making, signature events, exhibitions, and installations, Boganey’s work contributes to the community’s creative, cultural, and economic vitality. As the Managing Director, Europe, Middle East

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