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First Year Curatorial Practice I: Exhibitions Drawn from the Marieluise Hessel Collection by CCS Bard Class of 2022
April 3 – May 16, 2021
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Curated by
  • Isabella Achenbach
  • Eduardo Alfonso
  • Angelica Arbelaez
  • Eugenia Braniff
  • Junni Chen
  • Sofia D'Amico
  • Laura Hakel
  • Hana Halilaj
  • May Makki
  • Claire Sammut
  • Danni Shen
  • Min Sun Jeon
  • Dominika Tylcz
  • Guy Weltchek
Exhibition Category
Collected exhibitions

Due to current Bard College Covid-19 safety protocols, The Hessel Museum of Art and the CCS Bard galleries are currently open to a limited number of visitors by reservation, and to Bard College students, staff, and faculty without reservation. To read our Covid-19 Courtesy Code, please visit this page.

To reserve your free timed ticket, please visit this page.

Throughout the history of the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, in the first semester of the graduate program, students have been grouped and tasked with curating exhibitions collaboratively. The Marieluise Hessel Collection has been the foundation of the graduate program since its inception, and it is unique in its status as a teaching tool. Typically, these semester-long projects open to the public for a limited period at the end of the Fall Semester. This year, the First Year Curatorial Practice I exhibitions are taking place in the Spring to coincide with the Graduate Thesis exhibitions. The four exhibitions of works drawn from the Marieluise Hessel Collection are on view in two successive rounds in the CCS Bard Galleries.

First Year Curatorial Practice I is a course taught by Amy Zion, Ian Sullivan, and Marcia Acita.

April 3–18, 2021

An exhibition curated by Sofia D’Amico, Danni Shen, and Guy Weltchek

NEUTRAL BACKGROUND
Curated by Junni Chen, May Makki, and Dominika Tylcz

May 1–16, 2021

FIGURE, DOOR, PASSAGE
Curated by Eduardo Alfonso, Eugenia Braniff, Hana Halilaj, Claire Sammut

Push Over, Push Back
Curated by Isabella Achenbach, Angelica Arbelaez, Laura Hakel, and Min Sun Jeon

Included exhibitions
Push Over, Push Back
Curated by Isabella Achenbach, Angelica Arbelaez, Laura Hakel, Min Sun Jeon
Downey Kerry and Joanna Seitz_To Do List_R2014.46_3 copy 2.jpg
FIGURE, DOOR, PASSAGE
Curated by Eduardo Alfonso, Eugenia Braniff, Hana Halilaj, Claire Sammut
Suh Do-Ho_Doormat Welcome amber_R2001.3_1.jpg
NEUTRAL BACKGROUND
Curated by Junni Chen, May Makki, Dominika Tylcz
Charlesworth Sarah_Bird Woman_R2018.5.jpg
Curated by Sofia D'Amico, Danni Shen, Guy Weltchek
Mwangi Hutter_How easily we could have missed the hidden gate_R2017.10.jpg

Access Policy for Hessel Museum of Art and CCS Bard Galleries

CCS Bard and the Hessel Museum are located in a single-level facility. Parking is available outside of the building in an ADA-compliant parking lot which has four accessible parking spaces at the end of the paved entrance way. If you have specific questions or requests about access, please write to ccs@bard.edu at least two weeks before your visit or the event you plan to attend and we will make every effort to accommodate you. During your visit, you may seek the assistance of Security and Visitor Service staff members who are present at the CCS Bard reception desk and throughout the exhibitions. Please don’t hesitate to contact ccs@bard.edu with feedback about your visit. For the full Access Policy please see here.