Visiting Artists

The Berklee Interdisciplinary Arts Institute visiting artist program provides Berklee students with access to leading artists, scholars, curators, and arts programmers, who create new works, teach courses, conduct immersive workshops, assist in the design of student internships, and mentor students in the program. Creating a cross-cultural experimental arts milieu, the institute fosters dialogue between these leaders in 21st-century arts and Berklee students. Recent guests include Jorge Fernandez, director, Havana Biennial (Cuba); Trevor Smith, curator, Singapore Biennale/Peabody Essex Museum (U.S.); Gabriella Scardi, curator, MAXXI Museum (Italy); Phill Niblock, interdisciplinary artist/director, Experimental Intermedia Studio (U.S.); Tarik Barri, interactive video/sound artist (Netherlands); Los Hermanos Arango, Afro-Cuban folkloric ensemble (Cuba); and Claudius Lazzeroni, interactive designer, University of Essen (Germany).