IAS Season V 2013-2014 in the Media
Andrew Solomon's piece on Adam Lanza's father published in the New Yorker March 2014
Andrew Solomon's recent review of "All Joy and No Fun," by Jennifer Senior in the NY Times.
Interview with Katie Couric on the Newtown killer's father, Peter Lanza, March 2014
Andrew Solomon at The Connecticut Forum Event, "An Honest Look at Mental Illness," March 2004
Lincoln Journal Star article featuring Andrew Solomon, March 2014
CNN coverage of Peter Lanza speaking to Andrew Solomon
Interview from "The TODAY Show" speaking about his discussion with Peter Lanza
On NBC Nightly Newsspeaking about his discussion with Peter Lanza.
Feature story in the Daily Nebraskan, March 2014
Andrew Solomon featured on NPR's Ted Radio Hour, "Can Your Child's Identity Shape Yours?"
The Martha Graham Dance Company's visit to the Lied Center was featured in the Lincoln Journal Star.
A preview of Martha @
The trailer for Richard Move's "Bloodwork".
IAS Season V feature. Daily Nebraskan, August 29, 2013.
IAS Season IV 2012-13 in the Media
Dinner Party/The Argument review.Lincoln Journal Star, April 24, 2013.
Target Margin Theater's, David Herskovits, interviewed by Bill Stibor. NET Radio, April 11, 2013.
Target Margin Theater's, David Herskovits, interviewed by Charlie Brogan. KFOR, April 11, 2013.
Rhonda Garelick featured in the Daily Nebraskan, April 10, 2013. "Professors say total online education would cripple critical thinking, personal relations"
Isadora Duncan Dance Co.'s, Lori Belilove, interviewed by Charlie Brogan. KFOR, March 12, 2013.
NewsNetNebraska covers Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company residency. NewsNetNebraska, Student News Article March 2013.
Joffrey Ballet conducts workshop with Park Middle School students as part of their residency. January 2013.
IAS explores "Ancient World Through Modern Eyes' this spring. In the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts e-newsletter, February 2013
Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company featured in The Huffington Post
Rhonda Garelick featured in the Daily Nebraskan, February 13, 2013 "Information expansion muddles parameters of this generation’s identity".
IAS Season III 2011-12 in the Media
Kan Seidel receives Juror's Award at Bemis Underground Former IAS Program Assistant Kan Seidel was one of three recepients of the Juror's Award in the Bemis Underground Regional Juried Exhibition for his video "Woman". The three recipients of the Juror's Award will be awarded $500 and a 2012 solo exhibition in the Bemis Underground. Read more here
Rhonda Garelick on radio show Q IAS Director, Dr. Rhonda Garelick, was recently interviewed on Q, a Canadian radio show, which airs on CBC Radio One. Hosted by Jian Ghomeshi, the program is a national arts magazine show. The interview with Dr. Garelick starts at minute 4:20.
Dr. Garelick wrote op-ed "High Fascism" for the New York Times
IAS Season II 2010-11 in the Media
ORLAN wins the Chevalier de l'Ordre du Merite. In September, 2010, ORLAN won the French National Order of Merit, founded by President Charles de Gaulle in 1963 to honor French or foreign men and women for their distinguished civil and military achievements. ORLAN received the medal from Frederic Mitterrand, French Minister of Culture. Sept.8, 2010. Read more here.
First prize for IAS/Sheldon publication
Fabulous Harlequin: ORLAN and the Patchwork Self recently won First Prize in Design for a Museum Publication from the American Association of Museums. The publication, a joint venture between IAS and the Sheldon Museum of Art, is the first in the IAS Book Series.
GIMP Community Project featured on NET The April episode of NET's series, Nebraska Stories, captures the community project with GIMP during its IAS residency in Fall 2010
"U. of Nebraska Brings Cutting-Edge Arts to the Heartland"by Alexander C. Kafka. Published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, October 28, 2010.
"Breaking Barriers in Dance" CNN, December 19, 2010 Choreographer Heidi Latsky and her company members, who performed as part of the IAS 2010-11 season, discuss their work which features dancers with and without disasbilities