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Archive 2012

Professor Mary Anne Staniszewski's new book, Alternative Histories: New York Art Space, 1960 to 2010 (co-edited with Lauren Rosati, MIT Press/Exit Art) was reviewed by the New York Times and described as "an indispensable source book . . . that stands as vibrant and irrefutable evidence of what happens when people take things into their own hands."

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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is please to invite community participation from across the Capital District for a seasonal Festival Choir.

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The annual ranking of Rensselaer by U.S. News & World Report — 41st in the nation among national research universities — is one of a number of recent external surveys that recognize the high quality of a Rensselaer education.

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An interview with Professor Larry Kagan from ArtSync on Vimeo

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Get ready for the biggest GameFest yet, as the annual showcase of student-designed video games grows to include more than 40 entries from students of Rensselaer , Rochester Institute of Technology and Champlain College.

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"The Lives of Animals" is a Flaherty NYC film series programmed by Kathy High (RPI Arts faculty) and Jim Supanick to be screened over six weeks at the 92Y Tribeca.

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Recent work in steel and shadow

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The Foundation for Contemporary Arts announces Pauline Oliveros as the winner of the John Cage Award 2012

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An Art Exhibition to honor Black History Month 2012

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Neil Rolnick, composer and professor of music at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will embark on a new project—a piece for pianist Vicky Chow—with support from the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University.

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Dara Greenwald--artist, curator, activist, writer, member of the Just Seeds Collective, and Rensselaer doctoral candidate in the Arts Department--died on January 9, 2012 from cancer.  Memorial Weekend

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Troy Savings Bank & Music Hall @ Noon, Tues., February 14

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The Ninth: Destiny of a Symphony
February 28, 2018 4:00 PM
EMPAC Concert Hall

Film screening and panel discussion on Beethven's 9th symphony.    Co-sponsored by Student Life with the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences.