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Creativz published an article by Robert Ransick called "Enough with Problem Solving, Let's Start Creating."

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This January, four Bennington students took part in a think tank with nine peers from Arizona State University and ten delegates from the Los Angeles-based Center for Cultural Innovation. The goal of the six-week program, conceived by Bennington College, ASU, and CCI and supported by a grant from the Ford Foundation, was to draw upon art and design thinking to radically reimagine the future of arts and culture in America.

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Robert Ransick was involved in Letters from Home, in which residents of Queens sent postcards to remind the president-elect that the borough where he spent his formative years is one of the most ethnically-diverse places on earth. The project, organized by The Center for Artistic Activism with the help of the Queens Museum, was covered in Hyperallergic.

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Co-organized by faculty member Jon Isherwood and Bennington Museum curator Jamie Franklin, 3D Digital: Here and Now is a collaboration between Bennington College and the Bennington Museum that highlights artists, designers, and manufacturers whose work exploits the potential of new technologies to push material practice. The exhibition runs through June 15.

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Utopia Is No Place, Utopia Is Process, an exhibition that will transform Usdan Gallery into a space for critical feminist pedagogy, is on view until May 12. Inspired by Bennington’s experimental curricula and its history as a women’s college, the project features a selection of video art, a site-specific installation by Ella Dawn McGeough, a D.I.Y. printing press, and an important work by the pioneering artist Lorraine O’Grady.

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Rea McNamara discusses Utopia is No Place, an exhibition on feminist praxis shown this spring at Usdan Gallery, in the online art magazine ArtFCity. The exhibition included a pop-up module course co-taught by visiting curator Jacqueline Mabey and visual arts faculty member Robert Ransick.

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State of the Union, a visual arts piece created by Bennington faculty member Robert Ransick is currently on view at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) until September 26.

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Bennington Bookmarks, a new collaborative art installation, will be unveiled at an opening reception at Bennington College’s Crossett Library on Tuesday, May 20, at 5:00pm.

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The Bennington Banner featured artist-in-residence Jacqueline Mabey's exhibition of feminist pedagogy "Utopia Is No Place, Utopia Is Process" on view at Usdan Gallery.

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A group of students in Robert Ransick's "Social Practices in Art" course are expanding on class project to launch anonline forum for public discourse around community issues in greater Bennington.