On Monday, October 18, legendary theater director Anne Bogart will inaugurate the Art Work series at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts with a lecture about her life and work. The event will be held at 6:00 p.m. in Wollman Hall, 66 West 11th Street, Fifth Floor and is free and open to the public.
Bogart is an Obie Award-winner, Guggenheim Fellow, and cofounder and artistic director of SITI Company, one of the country’s best-known contemporary theaters. SITI is currently in New York performing in War of the Worlds – The Radio Play and Radio Macbeth at Dance Theater Workshop. In addition to directing SITI productions of Antigone, Hotel Cassiopeia, Culture of Desire, Miss Julie, and Orestes, Bogart is a renowned drama teacher, heading the Graduate Directing Program at Columbia University and the Saratoga International Theater Institute.
Each semester, the Art Work series brings innovative artists to Lang to discuss the artistic process. The series is curated by Bonnie Marranca, professor of Theatre at Lang, and is sponsored by the Arts program at Lang. For more information on upcoming Art Work events, please visit the university events calendar.