“Eli Broad’s Selfie Dome,” a recent museum review by Jeremy Sigler in Tablet Magazine

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“Eli Broad’s Selfie Dome,” a recent museum review by Jeremy Sigler in Tablet Magazine

Today’s post features an essay by VCS faculty member Jeremy Sigler that was published recently in the print edition of Tablet Magazine, and is now available to read on their website. Titled “Eli Broad’s Selfie Dome,” the piece is a critical evaluation of The Broad, a new (2015) contemporary art museum in Los Angeles that […]

Introducing “Symbols in Arts, Religion and Culture: The Soul of Nature,” a new book by Farrin Chwalkowski

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Introducing “Symbols in Arts, Religion and Culture: The Soul of Nature,” a new book by Farrin Chwalkowski

Today’s post introduces Symbols in Arts, Religion and Culture: The Soul of Nature, a new book by architect, designer, and VCS faculty member Farrin Chwalkowski that was published early last month by Cambridge Scholars Press. The following description from the publisher’s website presents a brief description of the book, and you can find a substantial […]

Tom Huhn quoted in a recent New Yorker article on art, protest, and the Trump administration

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in Activism, Faculty Writings | No Comments
Tom Huhn quoted in a recent New Yorker article on art, protest, and the Trump administration

VCS Department Chair Tom Huhn was quoted in Emily Eakin’s new essay “What Can Artists Accomplish by Saying No to Trump?”, which was published in The New Yorker on Friday. You can find the piece at this link.                                       via The New Yorker

Lynn Gamwell in a recent workshop on Latin American Art at the Getty Research Institute

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in Faculty, Faculty Writings | No Comments
Lynn Gamwell in a recent workshop on Latin American Art at the Getty Research Institute

Writer and VCS faculty member Lynn Gamwell just sent us the following information about her recent involvement with an ongoing project at the Getty Research Institute: In October 2016 Lynn Gamwell participated in a workshop on Latin American Art at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. The workshop centered on art from the Patricia […]

“The Met as a Mirror,” a retrospective post by Peter Hristoff on his residency at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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“The Met as a Mirror,” a retrospective post by Peter Hristoff on his residency at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Peter Hristoff’s tenure as Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is nearing its end, and he has written a final essay for the museum’s website that looks back at his time there. In addition to covering some of the projects he was involved with over the last few months and his engagement […]

This Tuesday, April 12th at 7 pm – Kara Rooney in “Bad Girls and Brooklynites: The Review Panel” at the Brooklyn Public Library

Tomorrow (Tuesday the 12th) at 7 pm, VCS faculty member Kara Rooney will take part in “Bad Girls and Brooklynites: The Review Panel” at the Brooklyn Public Library’s Dweck Cultural Center. Here’s a little about the event from a recent listing on artcritical.com: Three Brooklyn-based critics join David Cohen at the podium April 12 for […]

Lynn Gamwell’s “Why the history of maths is also the history of art” featured in The Guardian’s Adventures in Numberland blog

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Lynn Gamwell’s “Why the history of maths is also the history of art” featured in The Guardian’s Adventures in Numberland blog

Earlier this week, VCS faculty member Lynn Gamwell had an article on mathematics and art published on Alex Bellos’s maths blog in The Guardian. Titled “Why the history of maths is also the history of art,” the piece features Gamwell’s discussion of ten artworks from her new book Mathematics and Art: A Cultural History (Princeton […]

Lynn Gamwell to present a paper on Sigmund Freud and Art this weekend at the Helix Center

This weekend, VCS faculty member Lynn Gamwell will present her paper “Sigmund Freud and Art” during the conference A Freudian Perspective on What Ails the World Today at the The Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation in New York. The bilingual (French/English) colloquium is co-presented by the Helix Center and L’ Association Des Amis de Passages […]

This Thursday evening (November 5th) at The Drawing Center: a reading of new works by Jeremy Sigler

Posted by on Nov 1, 2015 in Events, Faculty, Faculty Writings, Poetry | No Comments
This Thursday evening (November 5th) at The Drawing Center: a reading of new works by Jeremy Sigler

This Thursday, November 5th at 6:30 pm, The Drawing Center will host a reading of new writings by poet and VCS faculty member Jeremy Sigler. Here’s more about the event from the Center’s website: Jeremy Sigler will read a selection of new prose poems, including Not to Brag, which was written for the catalogue accompanying […]

A new post by Peter Hristoff on the Met Museum’s blog

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015 in Faculty, Faculty Writings, Residencies | No Comments
A new post by Peter Hristoff on the Met Museum’s blog

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Now at the Met blog has just published a new post by artist and VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff, who recently began a 15-month residency at the museum. To check it out, click on this link or the screenshot below.  

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