Announcing First Offerings: A Selection of First Year Paintings, April 2-13 in the Flatiron Project Space, with a reception on April 5th
First Offerings: A Selection of First Year Paintings April 2 to April 13 Opening reception: Thursday, April 5 @ 6:00 PM Flatiron Project Space 133 W 21 Street, ground floor New York, NY 10011 – Curated by Leigh Behnke and Stella Song, First Offerings presents a selection of works by foundation honors painting students. These […]
The VCS Instagram has a few photos from the recent SVA Honors Program trip to Iceland, led by Honors/VCS chair Tom Huhn. Here’s a sample; you can see the rest at the link above.
Kara Rooney – As Above/So Below – performance and opening reception this Saturday, March 10th at SECRET DUNGEON in Brooklyn
VCS faculty member Kara Rooney’s latest exhibition is opening this weekend, with a reception and performance on Saturday: Please join the team at SECRET DUNGEON for the opening of: As Above/So Below An exhibition of new work and performances by Kara Rooney March 10 – April 15, 2018 OPENING PERFORMANCE: Saturday, March 10, 7-9 pm LOCATION: 236 Moore Street, […]
This week’s SVA Now newsletter mentioned a recent profile piece in SVA Style Spring 2018 that lists current reading recommendations from VCS students Julianna Twine, Vivienne Tewes, Joey Gonnella, and Kimberly Moreno. You can see the magazine online here, and read more about the article in this post on SVA Features. (Left: SVA Style […]
Maggie Dunlap in When Darkness Loves Us at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, March 7th-12th, with a reception on Tuesday the 6th
Here’s an announcement from VCS student Maggie Dunlap about a group exhibition in Times Square that she’s going to be in starting later this week: * * * Hi Friends, I will be participating in When Darkness Loves Us curated by The Bennett Sisters as part of the 2018 SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW. The fair runs from March […]
The Whitney Museum’s YouTube channel recently posted “An Incomplete History of Protest,” a new video featuring VCS faculty member Shellyne Rodriguez. I highly recommend it. Here’s the museum’s description, followed by the video: Whitney Stories: Shellyne Rodriguez on Ja’Tovia Gary Artist and activist Shellyne Rodriguez responds to Ja’Tovia Gary’s film An Ecstatic Experience and […]
Here are some images from last weekend’s Good Neighbr group exhibition Cutting Out at Art + Method gallery in Brooklyn, courtesy VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff: For more about the exhibition, see this post.
Here’s a reminder I’ve shamelessly lifted from this morning’s SVA Today newsletter: We Love Decay: Call for Performance Proposals BFA Visual & Critical Studies seeks proposals for its second annual performance incubator, taking place from April 15 – 20 in the SVA Flatiron Project Space. Previous projects have included short-term installation, video projection, participatory […]
This Saturday, February 24th from 7-10PM – Good Neighbr Presents: Cutting Out at Art + Method Gallery (up through February 26th)
Here’s an announcement from VCS alumnae Victoria Hristoff and Gabriella Moreno about Cutting Out, a new project from art collective Good Neighbr that’s opening this weekend at Art + Method gallery in Brooklyn: – Hi Friends, Please join us this coming Saturday, February 24 from 7-10PM, for the opening of Cutting Out, Good Neighbr’s first exhibition […]
Amy Wilson awarded a 2018 Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts
Last week, VCS faculty member Amy Wilson was named one of this year’s recipients for the 2018 Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Amy was one of four recipients in the crafts category, and received the honor in a ceremony that took place Tuesday at Mana Contemporary in Jersey […]