VCS alumna Lily Maslanka talks with SVA Features about her recent project “The Rise and Fall of Masculinity” and her time here at SVA

VCS alumna Lily Maslanka talks with SVA Features about her recent project “The Rise and Fall of Masculinity” and her time here at SVA

  A new interview with 2017 VCS graduate Lily Maslanka was posted to the SVA website’s front page just a few days ago. In the interview, Lily discusses her recent armor-based body of work and the different notions of masculinity that it explores, and also talks about the VCS program and her time at SVA. […]

An interview with Conner Calhoun on his art practice, Medieval elements in his work, and recent developments in his career

An interview with Conner Calhoun on his art practice, Medieval elements in his work, and recent developments in his career

  An interview with 2015 VCS alumnus Connor Calhoun was published earlier this week on ArtsNow, a site dedicated to news about visual and performing arts in North Carolina’s Triangle region. In the interview, Calhoun talks about his use of Medieval-style imagery in his work, his participation in the group exhibition Submerged at The Mahler […]

Steve DeFrank on humor in art: a new interview on Romanov Grave

Posted by on Feb 10, 2017 in Faculty, Interviews | No Comments
Steve DeFrank on humor in art: a new interview on Romanov Grave

An illustrated interview with VCS faculty member Steve DeFrank was posted late last week on the art site Romanov Grave. In the post, he responds to the question “Is humor valid in artwork?” Here are a couple brief excerpts: “Why is it hard for some people to take humor seriously? Scholars and critics are reluctant […]

A new interview with Emily Weiner on Matter of Hand

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Faculty, Images, Interviews, Profiles | No Comments
A new interview with Emily Weiner on Matter of Hand

A new interview with artist and VCS faculty member Emily Weiner was posted earlier this week on Matter of Hand, an art-practice website that describes its mission as follows: – Often one views a work of art in its final form, isolated from the process of its creation. Matter of Hand seeks to integrate the […]

An interview with Jennifer D’Arbenzio on the Erica Tanov website

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in Alumni News, Interviews, VCS Alumni | No Comments
An interview with Jennifer D’Arbenzio on the Erica Tanov website

VCS alumna Jennifer D’Arbenzio was profiled earlier this month in an interview on the Erica Tanov website, which also carries some of her ceramic work. Here’s the site’s introduction to Jen and her ceramics: Jennifer D’Arbenzio is a ceramicist based out of Brooklyn, New York. We fell in love with the way Jennifer re-imagines the […]

Amy Wilson in a new Hyperallergic article on public art and censorship

Posted by on Jul 27, 2016 in Activism, Faculty, Interviews, public art | No Comments
Amy Wilson in a new Hyperallergic article on public art and censorship

Late yesterday, Hyperallergic posted an article by Claire Voon about the unannounced removal of a publicly funded street mural in Jersey City on Monday. The artwork generated a lot of controversy during its brief existence, due to protest by a handful of community members over some of its contents; subsequent demands made by city officials […]

“Five Questions With Maggie Dunlap” in Amuse magazine

Posted by on Jul 15, 2016 in Interviews, Press, Profiles, VCS Students | No Comments
“Five Questions With Maggie Dunlap” in Amuse magazine

VCS student Maggie Dunlap was just featured in an interview with Kristen Cochrane in the current issue of Amuse magazine. The short Q&A covers Maggie’s work and some of its iconography; her upcoming group show LIFEFORCE at The Untitled Space in Tribeca; the challenges of being a young artist on the contemporary scene; her love of […]

An interview with Peter Hristoff in the Spring 2016 Visual Arts Journal

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in Faculty, Interviews, Profiles, Residencies | No Comments
An interview with Peter Hristoff in the Spring 2016 Visual Arts Journal

The new issue of SVA’s Visual Arts Journal includes an interview with faculty member Peter Hristoff conducted by VCS alumna Danielle Whalen. In addition to Peter’s current residency at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the piece presents background on his life and career, and discusses other projects that he’s been involved with in recent years. […]

Mass Appeal interviews Shellyne Rodriguez about El Museo del Barrio’s “¡Presente! The Young Lords in New York”

Mass Appeal interviews Shellyne Rodriguez about El Museo del Barrio’s “¡Presente! The Young Lords in New York”

This week, artist, educator, and VCS alumna Shellyne Rodriguez was featured in a Mass Appeal interview with Jamie Maleszka about El Museo del Barrio’s ongoing exhibition ¡Presente! The Young Lords in New York. In the interview, Shellyne talks about the late-1960s radical activist group The Young Lords, with a particular focus on their relevance for […]

Shellyne Rodriguez featured in a recent interview on the MoMA learning blog

VCS alumna Shellyne Rodriguez is one of two artists featured in “Moving Through the Migration Series,” a recently published interview on the MoMA Learning blog. The post presents a discussion between MoMA Associate Educator for Teen and Community Programs Calder Zwicky, Kerry Downey, and Shellyne about their experiences leading tours through the current exhibition “One-Way […]

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