VCS alumna Oona Tempest was featured last week on Mashable, in a short video in which she talks about her career as a sushi chef here in Manhattan at Sushi by Bae in the Jue Lan Club (49 W. 20th St.), right around the corner from the VCS Department. Among the topics covered are some […]
From the VCS Department offices: Visual & Critical Studies is very happy to announce that graduating senior Storm Ascher has been chosen as the student Commencement Speaker for the College’s Commencement ceremony on May 7th at Radio City Music Hall. Please join us is congratulating Storm.
Making the Wheel – the 2018 VCS Open Studios, Thursday, April 26th from 6-9 pm 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 […]
Starting today – We Love Decay, the second annual VCS performance incubator, April 15-20 in the Flatiron Project Space
We Love Decay April 15-20 Flatiron Project Space 133/141 W 21 Street New York, NY 10011 – BFA Visual & Critical Studies presents its second annual performance incubator, We Love Decay, taking place from April 15 – 20 in the Flatiron Project Space. The incubator presents performance-based work by 15 artists who are […]
On Friday, Amy Wilson took her Foundation Drawing class on a field trip to Dieu Donné, where they learned about the process of traditional papermaking and got a chance to try out different papermaking techniques. Here’s a little information about Dieu Donné from its website: * * * Dieu Donné is a leading non-profit cultural […]
Elizabeth Glaessner’s recent exhibition Mother Tongue at P.P.O.W. reviewed by Eric Sutphin in Art in America
Faculy member Elizabeth Glaessner’s recent P.P.O.W. exhibition Mother Tongue was reviewed earlier this month by Eric Sutphin in Art in America. You can read the review here.
Elektra KB featured in “The Artist’s Guide to New York City – 6 Female Artists Share Their Favorite Spots” in The Untitled Magazine
VCS alumna Elektra KB was recently featured in “The Artist’s Guide to New York City – 6 Female Artists Share Their Favorite Spots” by Alexandra Pauly, published last week in in The Untitled Magazine. You can find it online here.
Here’s a note from Julia Santoli about tonight’s event at ISSUE Project Room: Hi all, As some of you may know, tomorrow April 12th will be my first presentation as an AIR at Issue Project Room, joined by Tamio Shiraishi and Geng. The Siren Sore project is a mutable album manifesting as performance events, song-cycles, images, installation, […]
Hosting Projects presents Late Bloomer Late Bloomer, a performance and installation on April 15 at Driveway 327 in Los Angeles
Here’s a follow-up to the previous post, presenting more information about the Late Bloomer Late Bloomer performance and installation scheduled for April 15th in Los Angeles, presented and curated by Hosting Projects (VCS alumnae Harris Bauer and Rachel Zaretsky) Late Bloomer Late Bloomer Ben Gould & Gabriella Lacza A Hosting Project Installation & Live […]
Announcing Late Bloomer Late Bloomer, a film screening presented by Hosting Projects at the Los Angeles Contemporary Archive on April 12
Today’s post is the first of two about an upcoming series of events in Los Angeles organized by Hosting Projects, the ongoing curatorial project founded in 2014 by VCS alumnae Harris Bauer and Rachel Zaretsky. Here’s a comment that Harris sent me a couple days ago: I wanted to write you about an upcoming project […]