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Call for Fellowships (AY 2022-2023)

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Deadline: January 10, 2022 The OSUN Center for Human Rights & the Arts invites applications for two one-year research and teaching fellowships in human rights and the arts. The positions are open to individuals working in a variety of fields where human rights and the arts intersect, including artists, curators, researchers, scholars, writers, filmmakers, advocates and activists. The fellowships cover…

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Virtual Info Sessions for MA Application Process

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As our Center begins to accept applications for our second cohort for the M.A. in Human Rights and the Arts program (Deadline: 10 January 2022), we will be holding several virtual info sessions throughout the month of November 2021. This announcement will be regularly updated to reflect news sessions. The following virtual information sessions are open to the public: Tuesday,…

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Call for Proposals: OSUN Student-led Initiative Grants

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Deadline: November 19, 2020 The OSUN Human Rights & the Arts Center at Bard College invites applications for micro-grants to students pursuing campus- and community-based initiatives in human rights and the arts. The goal of this grant program is to support students at OSUN institutions who seek to create or extend projects in human rights and social justice, particularly those…

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Call for Proposals: OSUN Faculty Research Grants

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Deadline: November 19, 2020 The OSUN Center for Human Rights & the Arts invites applications for faculty research grants at the intersection of human rights and the arts. The Center seeks to confront the current practical and conceptual challenges of human rights discourse by stimulating new ways of thinking, developing new strategies of activism and engagement, incubating new relationships between…

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CHRA Announces Fall 2021 Public Program

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The OSUN Center for Human Rights and the Arts at Bard is pleased to announce its Fall 2021 lineup of talks series and digital commissions launch events. This term, four artists and activists from around the globe share their practice reflecting on human rights and the arts intersect in their work. CHRA will also publish two digital commissions responding to...
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The Entire First Season of CHRA Digital Commissions on View for the Remainder of the Summer

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We are pleased to announce that all four of our first season of CHRA Digital Commissions are now available for online viewing. This Spring 2021 series included four artists from around the world [Leil Zahra Mortada, Marikiscrycrycry (Malik Nashad Sharpe), Emilio Rojas, and Sethembile Msezane] using a variety of media to reflect on the notion of “invisibilities.” Each artist selected…

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CHRA Announces its 2021-22 Fellowship Recipients

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The OSUN Center for Human Rights and Arts at Bard College is pleased to announce that Nadine Fattaleh and Oscar Humberto Pedraza Vargas have been selected as the inaugural (2021-22) recipients of the Center’s fellowship in human rights and the arts. The fellowship aims to support outstanding engagement in human rights and the arts by scholars, artists, and activists. Fellows…

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Tania El Khoury and Ziad M. Abu-Rish Interviewed by Hyperallergic

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The online arts publication Hyperallergic recently featured CHRA core team members Tania El Khoury and Ziad Abu-Rish. In conversation with Katie Kheriji-Watts, they discuss their relocation from Beirut to Bard College and how their previous art and research projects inform CHRA’s overall vision, including its flagship MA in Human Rights and the Arts Program. The interview highlights the duo’s shared…

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CHRA Inaugurates Annual Lecture Series

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The OSUN Center for Human Rights and the Arts is pleased to announce its inaugural (Spring 2021) lineup for its annual lecture series in human rights and the arts. This year, eight artists and activists from around the globe will reflect on their practice to provide grounded, wide-ranging, and in-depth explorations for various ways in which human rights and the...
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