Past Foundation Events

WaxFactory's PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER!


August 17, 2017 - August 17, 2017
Time: 7:30 PM


Lincoln Center
New York, NY United States


Conceived and directed by Ivan Talijancic, partly during his 2014 Bogliasco Fellowship, this interactive, evolving work explores the ways Chekhov’s The Seagull resonates in 21st century America. A Bogliasco Foundation event in partnership with Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. 


WaxFactory's PYT! at Lincoln Center

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2017

2017 International Poetry Festival of Genoa - Readings at the Villa dei Pini

20th Anniversary Gala in Geneva

Italy as a Muse: A Conversation with André Aciman

2016

Festival della Scienza 2016: Segni

The Merchant in Venice: Staging Shakespeare's Classic in the Jewish Ghetto

Farhad Ostovani: Suite No. 1 - Homage to Yves Bonnefoy

Il Giardino della Memoria

2016 International Poetry Festival of Genoa - Readings at the Villa dei Pini

Cervantes: 400 Anni Dopo

The Sacrifice of Giants: A Performance by Camille Hanson and Company

Death for Five Voices

A Discussion with Musical Interludes by Bogliasco Fellows Peter Mills and Cara Reichel

2015

Fragile Equilibrium and Fleeting Tracks

In Celebration of The Festival of Science

Miracle at St. Anna: Black Soldiers in WWII Italy

A Presentation by Bogliasco Fellow James McBride

International Poetry Festival of Genoa - Readings at the Villa dei Pini

Orhan Memed (BF '09, '14) - Harpsichord Recital

The waves wash over the signal of the incoming train - a multimedia performance

Scriabin: a lecture and performance by Bogliasco Friend LAURENCE BERMAN

2014

Festival della Scienza 2014

Leonardo’s Disasters

Dance an Impossible Space at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

NiNiN Festival Violin Workshop

International Poetry Reading

Notte di Fiabe (A Night of Fairy Tales)

Conservatory Concert

Italian Futurism Members Tour & Reception

Adagio, a play by Emanuelle Delle Piane (BF '07, '11)

2013

FAI Scuola Garden Tour

START Exhibition October

A Bookmobile for Dreamers