American Academy in Berlin Announces the Inga Maren Otto Berlin Prize in Music Composition
The American Academy in Berlin announced the establishment of the Inga Maren Otto Berlin Prize in Music Composition on the evening of May 16 at the Academy’s Hans Arnhold Center. The inaugural fellow in music composition will take up residence at the American Academy in Berlin in spring 2014.
Download Press Photo (Pamela Rosenberg, Inga Maren Otto, Nina von Maltzahn, and Gary Smith at the announcement of the Inga Maren Otto Berlin Prize in Music Composition. Photo: American Academy in Berlin)
Hi-res photo of the Spring 2013 Class of Fellows
Download a hi-res photo of the Spring 2013 Class of Fellows. Photo: Annette Hornischer. Courtesy: The American Academy in Berlin.
Max Beckmann Benefit Auction a Great Success
A benefit auction at the Villa Grisebach on November 30 raised € 1.000.000 toward the Max Beckmann Distinguished Visitorship at the American Academy in Berlin.
Transatlantic Election Hangout
On November 6, the American Academy in cooperation with Google, host transatlantic election Hangouts with Norbert Lammert, Josef Joffe, Wolfgang Ischinger, and Strobe Talbot at the Telekom Election Night.
Auction at Villa Grisebach to Establish Max Beckmann Distinguished Visitorship at the American Academy in Berlin
A pro bono auction of the Villa Grisebach to be held on November 30, 2012, sees celebrated contemporary artists from both countries pledge outstanding artworks to help fund the American Academy’s Max Beckmann Distinguished Visitorship.
American Academy Announces Twenty-Four New Berlin Prize Fellows
The American Academy in Berlin announces the twenty-four recipients of its Berlin Prize fellowship for the fall 2012 and spring 2013 terms.
The Breitenau Room of The Workhouse—a Project by Ines Schaber and Avery Gordon
The American Academy in Berlin is pleased to announce that Avery F. Gordon, Professor of Sociology at University of California Santa Barbara and the Academy’s Spring 2012 Anna-Maria Kellen Fellow, together with Berlin-based artist Ines Schaber, will participate in dOCUMENTA(13). Their installation The Workhouse: Room 2 will be on show June 9 through September 12, 2012, in Kassel.
George P. Shultz to Receive the 2012 Henry A. Kissinger Prize
The American Academy in Berin is proud to announce that George P. Shultz, United States Secretary of State (1982-89), Secretary of the Treasury (1972-74), and Secretary of Labor (1969-70), will receive the 2012 Henry A. Kissinger Prize of the American Academy in Berlin on May 24, 2012 at the Auswärtiges Amt.
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