Events & Multimedia

Upcoming Events

Thu Nov 30, 2017
Anna Karenina: Novel, Ballet, Play
A Screening
Time: 5:00 pm
Location: Weis Cinema
Thu Nov 30, 2017
A Reading by Robert Kelly
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Bard Hall, Bard College Campus
Mon Apr 16, 2018
A Reading by Richard Powers
The Pulitzer finalist and National Book Awardwinning author reads from The Overstory
Time: 2:30 pm
Location: Campus Center, Weis Cinema
Fri Apr 20, 2018
IWT April Conference
Tolerance in the Classroom: Microaggressions, Trigger Warnings, and Safe Spaces
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Campus Center, Multipurpose Room
Fri Apr 27, 2018
Translation Symposium
A conference on the theory and practice of translation, organised by Bard's Center for Translation and Translatability
Time: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Location: Bard College Campus
Sun Jul 08, 2018
IWT July Weeklong Workshops
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Campus Center, Multipurpose Room

Multimedia Archive of Past Events

Recordings from the Innovative Contemporary Fiction Reading Series at Bard College, directed by Bradford Morrow, may be found on the Conjunctions website.

Alexander Adams, Terrence Arjoon, Matt Balik, Caridad Cole, Johanna Costigan, Robert Crane, Marita Dancy, Krisdee Dishmon, Cleo Egnal, Hoot Fisher, Abby Freaney, Kelsey Johnson, Ethan Levenson, Amelia Maggio, Charles Noyes, Erin O'Leary, Sofia Ortiz, Caroline Petty, Phoebe Present, Steven Ricaurte, Ella Scott, Mason Segall, Wilberforce Strand, Branford Walker, Amelia Walsh, and Beatrice Wedd read from their senior projects, introduced by Bard writer in residence Benjamin Hale, May 11–18, 2017.

Marion Albers, Myra Al-rahim, Janet Barrow, Nick Binnette, Edward Byrne, Grace Caizza, John Cherichello, Evan Crommett, Emily DeGeyter, Gabriella Gonzales, Caily Herbert, John Istona, Julie Jarema, Fraiser Kansteiner, Anna Kornfeld, Elissa Jane Mastel, Kevin McDonald, Ian McElfresh, Emily McInerney, Melanie Mignucci, Maya Moverman, Sophia Schwab, Rosa Schwartzburg, Thatcher Snyder, Sophie Strand, Kassandra Thatcher, and Rio Viera-Newton read from their senior projects, May 5–11, 2016.

Ann Lauterbach headlines a celebration of her work, presented by the Bard Institute for Writing & Thinking, 04.21.16. Choose the unedited version, or a shorter file with less commentary. (The reading is too large to stream; requires download.)

Roberto Tejada reads in the John Ashbery Poetry Series, 04.14.16.

Barbara Roether MFA ’87 reads from This Earth You’ll Come Back To in the Alumni/ae-Student Series, 04.01.16.  (The reading is too large to stream; requires download.)

Michael Ives reads in the John Ashbery Poetry Series, 03.31.16.

Michael Reynolds (editor of Europa) and Dayna Tortorici (coeditor of n+1) participate in a Careers in Publishing panel moderated by Mona Simpson and Mary Caponegro, 03.29.16. (The conversation is too large to stream; requires download.)

John Keene reads from Counternarratives, 03.10.16.

Johanna Costigan, Cleo Egnal, and Anna Sones read for the Other Stories podcast at Bard College, 03.03.16 (recordings and full texts online).

Lila Dunlap ’17 and Micaela Morrissette ’02 read in the Alumni/ae-Student Series, 03.01.16. (The Morrissette reading is too large to stream; requires download.)

Luc Sante reads from The Other Paris, 02.25.16.

2016 Bard Fiction Prize winner Alexandra Kleeman reads at Bard College, 02.15.16.

Lorin Stein (former editor at Farrar, Straus & Giroux; and editor of The Paris Review) and Anna Stein (literary agent with International Creative Management) participate in a Careers in Publishing panel moderated by Mona Simpson, 02.12.16. (The conversation is too large to stream; requires download.)

Robert Kelly reads at Bard College, 11.22.15.

Carl Hancock Rux reads from his novel The Exalated, 10.15.15, cosponsored by the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts.

Ivan Vladislavić reads from Portrait of Keys and The Folly, 10.07.15, cosponsored by the Africana Studies Program, Division of Languages and Literature, and Human Rights Project.

Anna Moschovakis reads in the John Ashbery Poetry Series, 10.08.15.

Carol Loomis inaugurates the John J. Curran ’75 Lectures in Journalism Series, October 5, 2015, introduced by Mary Caponegro and Wyatt Mason, and cosponsored by the Office of Development and Alumni/ae Affairs.

Allie Cashel ’13 reads from her memoir (originally her Bard Senior Project) Suffering the Silence: Chronic Lyme Disease in an Age of Denial, 09.28.15.

Norman Rush reads from his novel Subtle Bodies, 09.22.15.

Graduating students in Written Arts read from their Senior Projects on May 7th and May 14th, 2015.

Robert Kelly reads poems from his collaboration with artist Susan Quasha, Winter Music, at Bard College’s Stevenson Library, 12.09.14.

Celia Bland reads poems including some from her collaboration with artist Dianne Kornberg, The Madonna Comix, at Bard College’s Stevenson Library, 12.09.14.

Robert Kelly reads at Bard College, 11.22.14. Includes a special performance by Crichton Atkinson from Kelly’s play Oedipus at Colonus.

Sophie Strand reads in the Student-Alumni/ae Series, 11.20.14.

Kimberly Lyons reads in the Student-Alumni/ae Series, 11.20.14.

Robert Kelly reads at Bard College’s Family-Alumni/ae Weekend, 10.25.14.

Susan Fox Rogers reads at Bard College’s Family-Alumni/ae Weekend, 10.25.14.

Michael Ives reads at Bard College’s Family-Alumni/ae Weekend, 10.25.14.

Benjamin Hale reads at Bard College’s Family-Alumni/ae Weekend, 10.25.14.

Lindsay Hill reads in the Student-Alumni/ae Series, 09.22.14.

Carey Harrison reads from Who Was That Lady?, 10.17.14.

Joseph O’Neill reads from The Dog, 09.15.14.

Tamas Panitz reads in the Student-Alumni/ae Series, 05.08.14.

Rikki Ducornet reads in the Colloquium Series, 04.10.14.

Brenda Coultas reads in the John Ashbery Poetry Series, 04.03.14. 

Ann Lauterbach reads in the John Ashbery Poetry Series, 04.03.14