Applications for the graduate institute’s Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture MA and PhD programs are due January 7, 2022.
Learn about the graduate institute’s advanced study programs in decorative arts, design history, and material culture; applications are due by January 4, 2021.
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Paula Alaszkiewicz, Maude Bass-Krueger, Alexis Romano, Susan Hiner, and Francesca Granata talk war time fashion, ready-made fashion, and more starting October 7.
The show tells a success story not often heard in the world of Indigenous art and culture, chronicling how the Boas/Hunt book has acted as a guide for contemporary Kwakiutl peoples.
Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place at Bard Graduate Center Gallery in New York examines 4,000 years of votive offerings.
Last weekend, visitors to the Green-Wood Cemetery celebrated the dead with an altar for Dia de Muertos.
A series of off site programs, the events celebrate the rich history of New York and explore votive practice across cultures.
Curated by historian Sugata Ray, Lahore on my Mind unites thinkers, curators, and artists, from the United States, Europe, and South Asia.
Facsimile pages of the Sanli tu are on view at Bard Graduate Center, where an illuminating exhibition explores the book’s significance and legacy in design.
A Bard Graduate Center exhibition reassembles the forgotten history of New York’s 1853–54 Crystal Palace through rare artifacts.
From delicate dollhouses to globally recognized puzzles to small animal figurines, the vast variety of toys that have emerged from Sweden over time are more than just playthings.