Phantasmagoria – a site-specific installation by Spencer Razick, on display through June 4 in the Flatiron Project Space
The FlatIron Project space is pleased to announce an upcoming site-specific installation, Phantasmagoria, by Spencer Razick. The exhibition opens on Thursday, May 17th, with a reception from 6 to 8PM, and runs through June 15th. The artist, an alumnus of the Department of Visual and Critical Studies of SVA (BFA, 2016) has prepared the […]
Watch Ariana Storm Ascher’s Bachelor’s Degree Candidate’s Address at the 2018 SVA Commencement Exercises
SVA Features recently published an article about this year’s commencement exercises at Radio City Music Hall, including a recap of our own Ariana Storm Ascher’s Bachelor’s Degree Candidate’s Address: In the first of the day’s addresses, after an introduction by Provost Jeffrey Nesin, Ariana Storm Ascher represented the bachelor’s degree candidates. A Visual and […]
A call for submissions for Our Stories, Our Future: A Night of Student Art and Performance at The Rubin Museum of Art
Recent VCS graduate Jordan Boyce just sent us the following message about an open call for submissions for an upcoming event at The Rubin Museum of Art: I’m helping to facilitate an evening of time-based art at the Rubin Museum on Friday, May 25th and we need more submissions. Here’s a link to the event/submission page. The […]
SVA’s 2018 Commencement Exercises will take place tomorrow (Monday, May 7th) at Radio City Music Hall, and we’d like to extend our congratulations to this year’s graduating seniors in the Visual & Critical Studies program and the SVA community at large. The ceremonies will stream live beginning at 12:45 pm. To see a schedule of events and watch the […]
A closing performance for VCS faculty member Kara Rooney’s exhibition As Above/So Below will take place this Saturday afternoon at Secret Dungeon in Brooklyn: Please join the team at SECRET DUNGEON for the closing of: As Above/So Below An exhibition of new work and performances by Kara Rooney March 10 – May 05, 2018 CLOSING PERFORMANCE: Saturday, May […]
The latest issue of Visual Opinion (Bread and Butter, Volume 24, Issue 4) includes art from eight VCS students. Here’s the editor’s statement from Erika Verhagen followed by selected images from each artist.
“Unsweetened,” a group exhibition of graduating VCS students curated by Allyson Vieira, on display through May 3rd in the Flatiron Project Space
UNSWEETENED | April 24 – May 3 Flatiron Project Space 133/141 W 21st Street – BFA Visual & Critical Studies and the Flatiron Project Space are pleased to present “Unsweetened,” a group exhibition of graduating VCS students, curated by Allyson Vieira. On view from April 24-May 3, the opening reception is on April 26, […]
Tonight, 6 to 9 pm – Making the Wheel, the 2018 VCS Open Studios, in the Flatiron Project Space & 4th floor studios
Visual & Critical Studies presents the 2018 VCS Open Studios 133/141 W 21 St Flatiron Project Space & 4th floor studios Thursday, April 26, 6-9 PM The BFA Visual & Critical Studies class of 2018 is pleased to present Making the Wheel. The artist studio is a sight of calculation and chance. It is […]
Several image sets from last week’s VCS performance incubator We Love Decay are available to view on the VCS Instagram.
A call from Peter Hristoff for submissions for VCS Open Studios Mystery Envelopes (deadline: April 25th)
Dear Colleagues, Students and Friends: The 2018 Visual and Critical Studies Open Studios will be on Thursday evening, April 26th (133 W 21st Street, 4th Floor and Flatiron Project Space Gallery). In addition to the great works on display, the event will host a pop-up shop and benefit sale. Small artworks (prints, proofs, drawings, photos, […]