ICP Alumni

Over 1,800 alumni from the ICP-Bard MFA program and our One-Year Certificate programs in Creative Practices, Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, and New Media Narratives are shaping our visual culture through their work in all parts of the world.
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Over 1,800 alumni from the ICP-Bard MFA program and our One-Year Certificate programs in Creative Practices, Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism, and New Media Narratives are shaping our visual culture through their work in all parts of the world.

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Audio conversations with ICP community members discussing the thoughts and actions that support their creative endeavors

© Mengwen Cao
© Mengwen Cao

Mengwen Cao (NMN 2016 and DOC 2017)—a 2018 Magnum Foundation Fellow and 2019 PDN Emerging Photographer—discusses the process behind her visual stories, work that explores the push-pull of cultural identity and community connection. Delve into her projects Here We Are and I Stand Between online. View more images on the ICP Alumni Instagram account.

 

 

Previous Interviews

Sarah Blesener (DOC 2016)

Alumni Highlights

Caitlin Healy (NMN 2016) won a White House News Photographers association award in the 2019 Eyes of History Multimedia Contest for her piece “Ground Game: Texas,” a real-time documentary video series inside the Texas Senate race as Beto O’Rourke challenges incumbent Senator Ted Cruz.

Three ICP alumni were named 2019 World Press Photo winners: Sarah Blesener (DOC 2016), first prize in the Long-Term Projects category; Jessica Gimmick (DOC 2005), second prize in the Portraits category; and Philip Montgomery (DOC 2010), third prize in the Contemporary Issues category.

Jessica Dimmock (DOC 2005) was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for Film & Video.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Untitled” (1989), installation view at Sheridan Square in New York’s West Village, organized by Public Art Fund (photo courtesy Public Art Fund and the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation © Felix Gonzalez-Torres)

The Public Art Fund is presenting Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s (ICP/NYU MA 1987) billboard “Untitled” in its original location at Sheridan Square in New York City’s West Village neighborhood in honor the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

Luis Antonio Rojas (DOC 2018), Andrea Hernandez Briceño (DOC 2018), and Mengwen Cao (NMN 2016 and DOC 2017) were named in the 2019 edition of PDN’s 30 New & Emerging Photographers to Watch.

Amira Al-Sharif (DOC 2011) was selected for the Asia 6×6 Talent group of the 6x6 Global Talent Program by the World Press Photo Foundation.

Keep in Touch

Are you an ICP alum and want to share your news with us? Email alumninews@icp.org with the following: your name, your program and graduation year, and a short summary of your news with a link to more information. Please attach an accompanying image if available.