Amy Arbus and Mary Ellen Mark, faculty members, are in the group exhibition Ladies First opening December 18 at Clic Bookstore & Gallery in St. Barts.
Allen Frame, faculty member, and Noah Dodson (GS '09) were included in the video program reduced Polish at Monkeytown in Williamsburg on December 4.
Roe Ethridge, faculty member, is included in the group exhibition H.T.A.D.I.T.F. in the Project Room at 25CPW, December 4–6.
Wendy Richmond, faculty member, has published the book Art Without Compromise through Allworth Press.
Allan Gilmore, staff member, has his photography featured in 107 West Restaurant and on the cover of Manhattan Times' November 4–10 issue.
Bob Sacha, faculty member, gave a lecture "Faraway Lands/Under Your Feet" at George Eastman House.
Susan Jahoda and Jesal Kapadia, faculty members, organized the group exhibition Beyond the Instance of an Ending, which includes their work and the work of fellow faculty members, Pradeep Dalal, Claudia Sohrens, and Robert Blake. It is on view at the Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts, November 10–December 10.
Deana Lawson, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Corporeal at Light Work, Syracuse through December 23.
Amy Arbus, faculty member, has a documentary, John Spellos's On the Street, about her work for the Village Voice in the '80s showing in the Big Apple Film Festival on November 3.
Nina Berman, faculty member and Christoph Bangert (PJ '03) have an exhibition Blindspot: Nina Berman & Christoph Bangert at Kunstraum in Postdam, Germany, October 25–December 6.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, is giving a Camera Club of New York lecture and book signing of Night/Shift at SVA Thursday, October 22.
Bayete Ross Smith, faculty member and Hank Willis Thomas, faculty member, with past faculty member Lyle Ashton Harris and current Triennial artist Mickalene Thomas are included in the publication and exhibition, Posing Beauty in African American Culture, curated by Deborah Willis.
Sophie Barbasch, staff member, photographed the story "Pickles for Old Fans, New Converts" for The Atlantic.
Robert Blake, General Studies Chair Emeritus and faculty member, has a solo exhibition Suture at 601 Artspace, October 8–November 5.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, will be in conversation with Arthur C. Danto at the New York Public Library on Wednesday, October 14.
Karen Ostrom, Assistant Registrar, has animated and photographic work included in the group exhibition Maniac: Manic Episode 1 at ArtSpace Hartford, October 10–31.
Moyra Davey, faculty member, is one of the participants in the program "The Event in the Image: Poetry and Cinema," part of the Advancing Feminist Poetics and Activism: A Gathering conference at the CUNY Graduate Center, on Friday, September 25.
Marina Berio, Chair of the General Studies Program, is included in the group exhibition Outside In at LaViola Bank Gallery, September 16– October 18.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, has an exhibition Night/Shift at Gallery Kayafas in Boston through October 17.
Ron Haviv and Jonathan Torgovnik, faculty members are in the exhibition These Are Seven Million Bodies, curated by Alex Morel (GS '95), at St. John's University's Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery through October 24.
Keisha Scarville, faculty member, is featured in the Fall issue of PDNedu.
Michael Ackerman, faculty member, is included in the exhibition The Singled Person, which is part of BAND A PART, at the 13th Edition of Photographic Journeys of Bienne in Biel/Bienne through September 27.
Joni Sternbach, faculty member, is in the group exhibition All About Photography at artStrand in Provincetown, MA through September 23.
Ken Collins, faculty member, has published In Their Company: Portraits of American Playwrights with Umbrage, which has an exhibition of this work at their gallery, September 10–October 31. The opening reception and book signing is on Thursday, September 10.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, is part of the group exhibition The Spectacle of the Everyday at the Xe Biennale de Lyon in France, September 16–January 3, 2010.
Allen Frame, faculty member, is having a solo exhibition at Gitterman Gallery, September 10–October 31.
Laura Larson, faculty member, is having a solo exhibition, which includes her video Electric Girls and the Invisible World, at Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., September 8–October 10.
Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Racism: An American Family Value at the Center of Book Arts through September 12. She will also participate in an artists' panel on Wednesday, August 19.
Thomas Holton, faculty member and Gabriele Stabile (PJ '07) have been selected by Aperture Foundation for the NYC Green Carts photography commission.
Donna Ruskin, Education Associate, in included in The Art of Photography Show, curated by Charlotte Cotton, at the Lyceum Theatre Gallery in San Diego, August 20–November 1.
Moyra Davey, faculty member, is in the group exhibition A Sensed Perturbation at Murray Guy through July 31.
Alice O' Malley, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Many Moons at CEPA Gallery in Buffalo through August 22.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, is having an exhibition at Yancey Richardson Gallery July9–28. Join her for a talk and book signing on Wednesday, July 15 at 7:00 pm at Barnes & Noble, 97 Warren Street.
Michael Vahrenwald, faculty member, is in the group exhibition After Color at Bose Pacia, July 8–August 21.
Marina Berio, Chair of the General Studies Program; Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member; and Antoine D'Agata (PJ '91) are included in the group exhibition Ça me touche, curated by Nan Goldin, at Les Rencontres d'Arles July 7–September 13.
Deana Lawson, faculty member, is a recipient of a 2009 Aaron Siskind Fellowship.
Marina Berio, Chair of the General Studies Program, was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts' 2009 Artists Fellowship in the drawing/printmaking/book arts category.
Nayland Blake, Chair of the ICP-Bard MFA Program, was invited to collaborate with Rachel Harrison in re-installing works from the Marieluise Hessel Collection for Consider the Lobster, June 27–December 20 at the Center for Curatorial Studies Bard. He was also part of the group exhibition BUTT in ASS at the Asia Song Society, June 23–July3.
Ed Grazda, faculty member, has his project New York Masjid on view at BAM, June 5–28, as part of the Muslim Voices: Arts & Ideas festival.
Andreas Rentsch (GS '90), faculty member, is giving a talk at the Heckscher Museum of Art on Wednesday, June 10.
Harvey Stein, faculty member, has juried the exhibition Bed at Umbrella Arts, June 11–July11.
Richard Rothman, faculty member, is in the group exhibition NY Perspectives—Four New York Photographers Discover Amsterdam with Joshua Lutz (ICP-Bard '05) and Carl Wooley (GS '08) at the Stadsarchief Amsterdam through August 23.
Lacy Austin, Director of Community Programs, has work included in the group exhibition Yellow, presented by the Fort Greene Photography Organization, at Gnarly Vines through June 15.
Nancy Davenport, ICP-Bard MFA core faculty member, is giving a lecture on On Kawara at the Dia Art Foundation on Monday, May 18.
William Ewing, former Director of Exhibitions, curated the exhibitions All Over the Place! for the New York Photo Festival.
Nayland Blake, ICP-Bard MFA Program Chair, will be honored at the 4th Annual Visual AIDS Vanguard Awards on Monday, May 11.
Bradly Dever Treadaway, staff and faculty member, has an exhibition Southern Trees at the Santa Reparata International School of Art in Florence, Italy through June 30.
Tema Stauffer, faculty member, is featured in the group exhibition Nymphoto: Conversations Volume 1 Group Show III at Sasha Wolf Gallery, May 6–20.
Nancy Davenport, ICP-Bard MFA core faculty member, has be awarded a 2009/2010 Fellowship from the American Academy of Rome.
Bradly Dever Treadaway, staff and faculty member, is giving an artist's talk on Saturday, April 18 at the Brooklyn Public Library in conjunction with his exhibition with Justin Randoph Thompson Martirio.
Suzanne Opton, faculty member, has been awarded a Guggenheim Foundation 2009 Fellowship.
Carlos Motta has a multimedia installation The Good Life at Smack Mellon; he is participating in a panel discussion about the work on Saturday, April 11.
Anja Hitzenberger, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Creative Migration at the Austrian Cultural Forum, April 14–May 14.
Bernard Yenelouis, staff and faculty member, curated the exhibition Now You See It, Now You Don't, featuring work by General Studies Chair Marina Berio and ICP alumni Tim Lehmacher (GS '96), Christian Erroi (GS '01), and Egan Frantz (GS '08). It is on view at Camera Club of New York April 4–May 16.
Bradly Dever Treadaway, faculty member, is featured in the exhibition Martirio at the Brooklyn Public Library Cadman Plaza Branch through April 30.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Initial Intake at Bolinas Museum, CA, March 7–April 27.
Joni Sternbach, faculty member, has a solo exhibition Surfland at String Room Gallery, Wells College, March 4–April 2.
Elinor Carucci and Amy Jenkins, faculty members, are in the group exhibition The Intimate Line at SEPIA | The Alkazi Collection, March 5–April 18.
Lacy Austin, Director of Community Programs, is in the group exhibition Changing Queens at the Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning through May 2.
Tema Stauffer, faculty member, is in a two-person exhibition with Francesca Romeo at Daniel Cooney Fine Art, February 19–April 18.
Wendy Richmond, faculty member, will be in conversation with Nell Breyer on Friday, February 6 at Carroll & Sons Gallery in Boston.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty and staff member, will have work exhibited in the Berlin Film Festival's Forum Expanded program.
Lauri Lyons, faculty member, has a multimedia piece about Barack Obama up on Huffington Post.
Allen Frame, faculty member, is a participant in the symposium "Image Wars: Conflict, Media, Globalization" at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery on Friday, January 30.
Nancy Davenport, ICP-Bard core faculty member, is in the group exhibition Custom Car Commandos at Art in General through March 7.
Deana Lawson is in the group exhibition Brand New Heavies at Collette Blanchard Gallery through March 8.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, is featured in two group exhibitions: Nature/Nurture at San Francisco's RayKo Photo Center through January 10 and What Surrounds Us: Finding and Making Home at Ernest Rubenstein Gallery at the Educational Alliance through January 11.
Deirdre Donohue, Stephanie Schuman Librarian, has an installation Sevdah in The Art Collection at the Mid-Manhattan Library through April 15. Join her and Bernard Yenelouis, faculty and staff member, for an artist dialogue on Monday, March 16, 6:30 pm on the 6th floor.
Jeffrey Ladd and Ed Grazda, faculty members, have begun publishing a "Books on Books" series through their imprint Errata Editions.