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Chef-in-Residence: Catch up with Isaac


When 2017 Chef-in-Residence Isaac Saunders arrived in Captiva in January, he spoke about his particular interest with the garden and his excitement about working with ingredients indigenous to t

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People's Climate March, 2014; Fight For $15 and a Union, 2015; Art Build for the People’s Climate Movement Day of Action, 2015. Photos: Courtesy People's Collective Arts // Colectivo de Arte Popular

Artist as Activists March for Climate, Jobs, and Justice


In September 2014, on the eve of the UN Climate Summit, the Peoples Climate Movement organized a historic march through the streets of New York City to demand action on the global climate crisis.

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Foundation Announces New Archives Research Travel Fund

In summer 2017, the Archives will launch a Rauschenberg research travel fund, a new opportunity that will provide partial support for costs related to travel and living expenses that scholars may incur in order to do research at the Rauschenberg Foundation and its Archives.

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Rauschenberg at Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, during the Stoned Moon project, 1969

From the Archives


A black-and-white photograph of Rauschenberg smiling broadly, wearing a star badge on his shirt, was taken by Sidney Felsen, while Rauschenberg was working at Gemini G.E.L. on his Stoned Moon project.

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Photo: Courtesy Williams College Museum of Art

First exhibition to make extensive use of Robert Rauschenberg Foundation archives


Robert Rauschenberg: Autobiography brings together 26 original works of art with 56 archival objects primarily on loan from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and centers on the artist’s monumental print, Autobiography, 1968.

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