‘Three Chords and the Truth’ – Professors Virginia Heath and Paul Atkinson’s short film screening at Woodstock Film Festival this weekend

Still from Three Chords and the Truth by Paul Atkinson and Virginia Heath and Woodstock Film Festival logo

Three Chords and the Truth will screen at Woodstock Film Festival in upstate New York this weekend, in competition for Best Short Documentary. Woodstock is celebrating its 20th anniversary as a champion of Independent Film and runs from Wednesday 02 to Sunday 06 October 2019. Woodstock is hailed as a true American maverick among festivals and hosts the most talented emerging and established […]

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Professor Keith Wilson and his ‘Object Library’

The Object Library logo - Keith Wilson

On the first floor of The Graduate Center, the Object Library offers both material objects and books as starting points for knowledge. Somewhere between a sculpture gallery and a library, The Object Library displays selected objects alongside curated books on related themes. These material artefacts provide the starting points for conversation and shared speculation and, chosen carefully, they convey a […]

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‘A Conversation on the Life of Artists’ Estates’ – Professor Keith Wilson discusses Holt & Smithson in conversation with Lisa Le Feuvre

Image of Keith Wilson and banner of Inside the Box event with Lisa Le Feuvre

C3RI Professor of Sculpture and Director of the Graduate Center’s Center for the Humanities Keith Wilson was recently in conversation with Lisa Le Feuvre, the inaugural Executive Director of the Holt-Smithson Foundation about the legacy of land artists Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson. Founded in 2017, the Holt-Smithson Foundation is an artist-endowed foundation that aims to continue the creative and investigative legacies of Holt and her […]

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Professor Keith Wilson convenes panel conversation ‘Imagining What Museums Might Become’ at City University New York

[Picture credit: Seph Rodney's review for hyperallergic.com]

C3RI Professor of Sculpture Keith Wilson recently convened a conversation on the future of museums at the CUNY Graduate Centre in New York. The discussion, which was reviewed on forum for perspectives on art and culture hyperallergic.com, brought together four leading experts in the relationships between museums an academia: Ken Arnold: Director of the Medical Museion, Copenhagen and Creative Director, Wellcome […]

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