Jeff Jacobson, faculty member, is interviewed in The Literate Lens.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, is a participatingin The Arcades Project 2013 on May 3, Ithaca, New York.
Kay Kenny, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Night & Day at the Victory Hall Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, New Jersey, May 2–June 10.
Joseph Rodriguez (GS85), faculty member, is being represented by Hardhitta Gallery at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2013, California, April 26–28.
Alex Webb, faculty member, has an exhibition by Etherton Gallery at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2013, April 26–28.
Irina Rozovsky, faculty member, is featured in Brooklyn Magazine.
Deana Lawson, faculty member, is the recipient of a 2013 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship.
Carlos Motta, faculty member, is convening the symposium "Godfull: Shape Shifting God as Queer" at the Union Theological Seminary on April 12; he is in the group exhibition Disobedience Archive (The Republic) at the Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy, April 23–June 30; he is also a guest speaker in the Paul Brach Lecture Series at the California Institute of Arts, Valencia, California.
Bill Jacobson is a recipient of a 2013 Civitella Ranieri Foundation Fellowship, Umbertide, Italy.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05), faculty member, has an exhibition Hesitating Beauty at ClampArt April 11–May 18.
Justine Kurland, faculty member, is giving a Camera Club of New York lecture at the School of Visual Arts on April 11.
Marvin Heiferman and Allen Frame, faculty members, are participating in the symposium "The Photographic Universe II" at Parsons the New School for Design on April 10 and April 11; Marvin is also participating in the Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 21–22.
Pradeep Dalal (MFA05), faculty member, is in the group exhibition Strange Invitation at Franklin Street Works, Stamford, Connecticut, April 6–June 16.
Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, faculty member, collaborated with Liselot van der Heijden on The Bloomfield Avenue Hotline on view at Bloomfield College and the Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey, April 4–June 16.
Karen Miranda, faculty member, is one of the winners of the 2013 Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial.
Dina Kantor and Michael Vahrenwald, faculty members, are recipients of 2013 Photography Fellowships from the Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Photo ID at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art, California, March 30–July 7.
Bernard Yenelouis, faculty member, is in a group exhibition for the upcoming issue of Association, published by Cornell University's School of Architecture, at Sibley Hall, Ithaca, New York, March 31–April 12.
Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Mercury Retrograde: Animated Realities at the Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, March 31–May 21.
Jean Marie Casbarian, faculty member, is in the group exhibition We Took the Image and Put the Sound Too Loud at the Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Rhinebeck, New York, March 24–May 26.
Dina Kantor, faculty member, has been chosen for the 2013/2014 A.I.R. Gallery Fellowship Program.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, is the recipient of the International Association of Art Critics United States' Best Show in a Non-Profit Gallery or Alternative Space Award for his exhibition FREE!LOVE!TOOL!BOX! at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California.
Andreas Rentsch (GS90), faculty member, is in the group exhibition Chance at the University Art Gallery, Stony Brook University, New York, March 16–April 6; she is also in the group exhibition The Wanderers in the Lawrence Alloway Gallery, Stony Brook University, March 27–April 5.
Bill Armstrong, faculty member, is in conversation with W.M. Hunt at the Aperture Foundation on March 18.
Natan Dvir, faculty member, has an exhibition at Anastasia Photo, March 15–May 19.
S. Billie Mandle, faculty member, is profiled in the spring 2013 issue of Aperture magazine.
Tema Stauffer, faculty member, is included as a finalist in the exhibition for the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition at the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.; she is also in the group exhibitions Le Corps et le Paysage at Galerie Lilian Rodriguez, Montreal, Canada, March 2–April 5 and Ten at Jen Bekman Gallery, March 1–March 31.
Hank Willis Thomas, faculty member, curated the exhibition White Boys, which includes faculty member Bayeté Ross Smith, at Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania, March 22–May 3.
Jesal Kapadia, faculty member, is speaking as part of the Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series at the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California, on March 21.
Susan Wides, faculty member, has an exhibition All the Worlds at Kim Foster Gallery, March 21–April 27.
Richard Renaldi, faculty member, is giving a presentation on March 8 and signing his book Fall River Boys at on March 9 at the SPE National Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Richard Rothman, faculty member, is interviewed by Ahorn Magazine.
Ken Schles, faculty member, has a lecture and book signing at the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, California, on March 8.
Joseph Rodriguez, faculty member, is profiled in Le Journal de la Photographie and Stern.
Mark Alice Durant, faculty member, published essays on Charles Gatewood and Maya Deren on the Saint-Lucy website.
Brian Rose, faculty member, is profiled in "A 30-Year Time Lapse of the Lower East Side" in The New York Times.
Wendy Richmond, faculty member, has an exhibition at Carroll and Sons, Boston, March 1–April 27.
Corinne May Botz, faculty member, is giving a lecture at California Institute of the Arts on February 28.
Joshua Lutz (MFA05), faculty member, has his book Hesitating Beauty featured on The New Yorker's Photo Booth blog.
Victor Sira (PJ91), faculty member, is a contributor to ABCED, a multi-volume book project created on the occasion of Ed Ruscha's 75th birthday by the ABC Artists' Books Cooperative.
Corinne May Botz, faculty member, is in the group exhibition The House of Seven Gables at Illinois State University's College of Fine Arts, Normal, Illinois, February 23–April 7.
Stephanie Sinclair, faculty member, and Jessica Dimmock (PJ05) won first place in the World Press Multimedia Contest's Online Feature category for their film Too Young to Wed.
Lynn Saville, faculty member, has an exhibition Vacancy at the Gallery Kayafas, Boston, Massachusetts, February 22–March 30.
Bill Armstrong, faculty member, has an exhibition Film Noir at Clamp Art, February 21–April 6.
Allen Frame, faculty member, produced the film Four, which is showing on February 17 as part of the New Voices in Black Cinema series at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Liz Sales (MFA10), staff member, and Moyra Davey, faculty member are in the group exhibition Structures for Reading: Text, (Infra)structure & the Reading Body in Contemporary Art at Columbia College, Chicago, February 15–April 9.
Stephen Ferry, faculty member, is presenting his project Violentologia at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín, Colombia, on February 14.
Kristen Lubben, ICP Curator, is participating as a reviewer in The New York Times LENS blog's New York Portfolio Review, April 13–14.
Alison Morley, Chair of the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Program, is giving a talk "Art or Evidence: The Power of Photojournalism" at Union College's Nott Memorial, Schenectady, New York, on February 7.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, has an exhibition What Wont Wreng at Matthew Marks Gallery, February 2–April 19; he is also in the group exhibition NYC 1993: Jet Set, Trash and No Star at the New Museum, February 13–May 26.
Michel Nagziger, faculty member, has an exhibition Revelations at the 287 Spring, January 25–February 9.
Nayland Blake, MFA Chair, discusses his exhibition FREE!LOVE!TOOL!BOX! with Artforum.
Keisha Scarville, faculty member, is in the group exhibition Timehri Transitions: Expanding Concepts in Guyana Art at the Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba, January 23–March 9.
Saul Robbins, faculty member, has an exhibition Initial Intake at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Massachusetts, January 22–31.
Liz Deschenes, faculty member, is interviewed for the Paris Review blog about her exhibition, which is on view through February 10 at Secession in Vienna, Austria.
Amy Stein, faculty member, with Stacy Arezou Mehrfar (GS02), has an exhibition Tall Poppy Syndrome at Clamp Art, January 10–February 16.
Deirdre Donohue, staff member, has been elected to the executive board of ARLIS/NY as Vice-Chair.
Jean-Christian Bourcart, faculty member, has an exhibition Camden at The Invisible Dog, January 5–February 2; he is also profiled in Le Journal de la Photographie; he is also giving a lecture at the School of Visual Arts on January 29.