Jacqueline Stewart, professor in Cinema and Media Studies and the College, has been named interim director of the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry.
Recent press coverage of Garland Martin Taylor's public sculpture project Conversation Piece.
Garland Martin Taylor (Gray Center Mellon Fellow 2014-15) was the subject of a recent on-air interview on Chicago's NPR affiliate to discuss Conversation Piece.
Afterword, the multimedia opera being created by Mellon Fellows George Lewis, Sean Griffin and Catherine Sullivan is featured in the current issue of Downbeat.
Prof. Patrick Jagoda (English) and graduate student Peter McDonald co-author The Portal/The Sandbox: An Alternate Reality Game Archive as Electronic Literary Narrative in Hyperrhiz.
Janina Ciezadlo reviews Unususpending Disbelief: The Subject of Pictures for Afterimage
Pat Elifritz of Newcity on the Unsuspending Disbeleif symposium.
An evening with Kate Bornstein caps yearlong project on queer theory and trans representation. Read more here.
Gray Center Mellon Fellow George Lewis featured in New York Times article on the role of race amongst composers.
In its first three years, the Richard and Mary L. Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry has made possible everything from a conference featuring the world’s leading cartoonists in dialogue with each other and a cross-section of faculty; to a monthlong alternate reality game involving students, a professor of English and an experimental phenomenologist from Montreal; to a yearlong collaborative exploration of low-level light undertaken by a distinguished physicist and an award-winning architect.