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 […]
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.
Faculty member Amy Wilson’s politically oriented fiber art is in the news again this week. Via Terrence T. McDonald at The Jeresy Journal: The now-infamous words uttered by U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez after his corruption case ended in a mistrial last month have inspired the holiday season’s must-have gift for New Jersey political mavens. Menendez’s warning […]
This morning, a tweet that faculty member Amy Wilson wrote late yesterday was picked up by Politico’s New Jersey Playbook and Blue Jersey’s daily News Roundup and Open Thread. Amy’s tweet features a fiber art piece (and wearable hat) that she made in anticipation of tomorrow’s mayoral election in Jersey City. Amy was inspired by […]
Today’s post features a few images from VCS alumna Katya Fine, who graduated from the program earlier this year. Katya provided the following description: This last Thursday [September 1], I was given the chance to photograph Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s concert at Nationals Stadium in DC as a press photographer. I was […]
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 […]
A new interview with VCS faulty member Amy Wilson was just published early last week in the online Italian/English newspaper La Voce di New York. In the interview, Wilson discusses a wide range of topics, including: her background and education; the the different forms of artmaking she’s pursued during her career; a handful of collaborative […]
VCS faculty member Emily Weiner was featured earlier this week on artnet’s “20 Emerging Female Artists to Keep on Your Radar” list. We’d like to congratulate Emily, and encourage all of our readers to visit her website emilyweiner.com and check out her artist-run apartment space The Willows in Brooklyn Heights, and Soloway gallery in Brooklyn, […]
VCS alumnus George Rue’s ongoing project Appalachian Travelogue was just featured in an article by Cheney Gardner published in the online edition of the outdoor activity and lifestyle magazine Outside. In addition to a brief profile of George and comments from him about the project, the article features a slideshow with 17 images of some […]