An article in She Shreds Magazine on “Spool,” the new video from Natasha Jabobs’s band Thelma

An article in She Shreds Magazine on “Spool,” the new video from Natasha Jabobs’s band Thelma

She Shreds Maggazine recently published an article by Amanda Silberling about the new video for the song “Spool” from VCS alumna Natasha Jacobs’s band Thelma. Here is an excerpt from the article’s opening paragraphs: The best way to describe “Spool” is by starting at its end: the song off of Thelma’s debut self-titled album finishes […]

A full video of the panel discussion “Erasure by Exclusion: How Art Schools and Institutions Uphold White Supremacy” is now online

A full video of the panel discussion “Erasure by Exclusion: How Art Schools and Institutions Uphold White Supremacy” is now online

A video of last semester’s panel discussion “Erasure by Exclusion: How Art Schools and Institutions Uphold White Supremacy” is now available to view online. Here it is, along with a repost of the original panel description and participant bios: – – Erasure by Exclusion: How Art Schools and Institutions Uphold White Supremacy Wednesday, March 29 […]

Congratulations to the VCS class of 2017!

Congratulations to the VCS class of 2017!

SVA’s 2017 Commencement Exercises will take place tomorrow 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 ceremonies, click on […]

Amy Wilson talks about yarn spinning and fiber arts on the Kristy Glass Knits podcast

Posted by on Apr 23, 2017 in Faculty, Film and Video, Profiles | No Comments
Amy Wilson talks about yarn spinning and fiber arts on the Kristy Glass Knits podcast

Faculty member Amy Wilson was recently a guest on Kristy Glass Knits, a weekly podcast by fiber artist Kristy Glass about the fiber arts world. Here are some comments from Amy about the video and her own interest in yarn spinning and textiles: Kristy emailed me after discovering my business card mixed in with some […]

The Degustator – a film by Megumi Ozaki, screening during Open Studios this Thursday, April 27th at 6 pm, 7 pm, and 8 pm

The Degustator – a film by Megumi Ozaki, screening during Open Studios this Thursday, April 27th at 6 pm, 7 pm, and 8 pm

Life is a series of repeated occurrences and patterned behavior but is the cycle we follow always our own? In New York City, hundreds of stories converge and intersect every day, but do we always write our own? When do we fall victim to other people’s cycles? The Degustator layers several of these stories, offering […]

Tonight: a screening of Mixed Feelings by Guy Davidi, part of SR Socially Relevant (TM) Film Festival New York

Posted by on Mar 17, 2017 in Events, Film and Video, Screenings | No Comments
Tonight: a screening of Mixed Feelings by Guy Davidi, part of SR Socially Relevant (TM) Film Festival New York

VCS faculty member Meir Gal sent us an announcement of tonight’s screening of the film Mixed Feelings by his colleague Guy Davidi at Cinepolis Chelsea (260 West 23rd Street). The film is part of SR Socially Relevant (TM) Film Festival New York. Here’s some information from the film’s Facebook page: Amir Orian had everything an […]

Storm Ascher in “We need to talk…” at Petzel Gallery through February 11th

Storm Ascher in “We need to talk…” at Petzel Gallery through February 11th

VCS student Storm Ascher is has a video piece on display in the group exhibition We need to talk… at Petzel Gallery, which opened early last month and is on display through Saturday, February 11th. Here is a description that Storm provided of her work, followed by gallery’s description of the show: “The week that […]

The Guggenheim Museum to host screenings of Bo Wang’s films Traces of an Invisible City and The Wangs on February 3rd and 4th

Posted by on Jan 27, 2017 in Events, Faculty, Film and Video | No Comments
The Guggenheim Museum to host screenings of Bo Wang’s films Traces of an Invisible City and The Wangs on February 3rd and 4th

On February 3rd and 4th, the Guggenheim Museum will screen Traces of an Invisible City: Three Notes on Hong Kong and The Wangs, two recent films by artist and VCS faculty member Bo Wang. The screenings will take place at 1 pm on each day, and both films will be played on each day. The […]

Coming up January 6th – a performance of The Afield by Rebecca Fischer and Anthony Hawley at National Sawdust

Posted by on Dec 10, 2016 in Events, Film and Video, Music, Performance | No Comments
Coming up January 6th – a performance of The Afield by Rebecca Fischer and Anthony Hawley at National Sawdust

On December 1st, artist Anthony Hawley paid a visit to the VCS department to meet with the seniors and give an artist’s talk in one of our thesis classes. A couple days ago, he let us know about an upcoming performance of The Afield, a multidisciplinary collaboration with violinist Rebecca Fischer that will be part […]

A new video of “Space in Medieval and Modern Painting: A dialogue between Barbara Rose and Lynn Gamwell”

A new video of “Space in Medieval and Modern Painting: A dialogue between Barbara Rose and Lynn Gamwell”

Today’s post features a recently uploaded video of the VCS-sponsored lecture Space in Medieval and Modern Painting: A dialogue between Barbara Rose and Lynn Gamwell, which took place at SVA on April 18th. Here’s our description of the event, followed by screenshots of three of the images from Barbara Rose’s slide presentation: Barbara Rose, art […]

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