Two School of Architecture students have received a prestigious national scholarship for young Black designers by Gensler, one of the world’s largest design and architecture firms. Krystol Austin G’22 (M.Arch.) and Coumba Kanté ’22 (B.Arch.) were named two of the…
Author, Actor Josefina Báez Performs April 3
Josefina Báez, accompanied by musician Ross Huff, will read and perform from her work, “A is E,” in which she incorporates themes of language, culture and identify, on Tuesday, April 3 at 7 p.m. The event will take place at the Schine Underground.
A native of La Romana, Dominican Republic and resident of New York City, Báez is a storyteller, performer, writer, theatre director, educator and arts devotee. Founder and director of Latinarte/Ay Ombé Theatre, she thinks of herself as an alchemist of the artistic/creative life process known as Performance Autology (a creative process based on the autobiography of the doer). The quality of “joy” is a vital element in her narrative, practice and teachings.