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Alien Therapy: Nordic Larp in a Contemporary Art Context

Johanna Koljonen & Bjarke Pedersen

Monday, April 28, 2014


Time: 5:00 pm
Location: Preston 110
Website: Event Website
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Two-week long summer workshop in socially engaged performance

Wednesday, May 21, 2014 – Saturday, May 31, 2014

Location: Fisher Center
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Welcome to Theater & Performance

The Theater and Performance Program aims to develop innovative thinkers and artists, who use great theatrical ideas from the past and present to imagine and instigate the theater of the future. Theater and performance are intrinsically collaborative art forms, and collaboration and devised theater-making are at the heart of Bard’s program. The program trains well-rounded theater-makers, who study the history, theory, and contemporary practice of theater and performance, hone their technical abilities as writers, performers and directors, and create their own productions and performances under the mentorship of master artists and teachers.

Live Arts Bard




Live Arts Bard (LAB) is a laboratory for new performance at the College. Its aim is to develop a community of visiting artists and students who work side by side on creative projects.


Neil Gaiman Talks about Teaching at Bard College



Acclaimed author and Bard College professor in the arts Neil Gaiman discusses how he began to teach writing at Bard in the spring of 2013.