Each program prepares its students for the intellectual and practical challenges of their profession through research seminars, exhibition practicums, studio and performance critiques, chamber recitals, and professional internships, with scholars, practicing artists, curators, environmental policy makers, and educators. In culmination of these studies, the students prepare original scholarly theses, offer readings and group exhibitions of their creative work, curate exhibitions in the Center for Curatorial Studies galleries, and perform in concerts at Bard's Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts.
Christian Crouch Named Dean of Graduate Studies at Bard College
Bard College announces the appointment of Professor Christian Crouch as the incoming Dean of Graduate Studies, beginning July 1, 2021. Professor Crouch has been Associate Professor of History and Director of American Studies at Bard since 2014. Her work focuses on the histories of the early modern Atlantic, comparative slavery, American material culture, and Native American and Indigenous Studies. Professor Crouch succeeds Professor Norton Batkin, who stepped down on September 1 after 15 years as Dean of Graduate Studies. During his tenure, Norton Batkin oversaw the growth and success of Bard’s graduate programs.
New York - Cambridge - Los Angeles
Bishkek - West Bank - St. Petersburg - Vienna
climate science and policy
sustainable business management
economic theory and policy
Master of Arts in Teaching
the orchestra now
collaborative piano fellowship
master of music
art criticism and curatorial studies