Oona Tempest featured in a new video on Mashable

Oona Tempest featured in a new video on Mashable

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 […]

Elektra KB featured in “The Artist’s Guide to New York City – 6 Female Artists Share Their Favorite Spots” in The Untitled Magazine

Posted by on Apr 12, 2018 in Alumni News, Press, Profiles, VCS Alumni | No Comments
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.  

Four VCS students’ recent reading lists featured in SVA Style Spring 2018

Posted by on Mar 6, 2018 in Profiles, VCS Students | No Comments
Four VCS students’ recent reading lists featured in SVA Style Spring 2018

  This week’s SVA Now newsletter mentioned a recent profile piece in SVA Style Spring 2018 that lists current reading recommendations from VCS students Julianna Twine, Vivienne Tewes, Joey Gonnella, and Kimberly Moreno. You can see the magazine online here, and read more about the article in this post on SVA Features. (Left: SVA Style […]

Oona Tempest featured in last week’s issue of Crain’s New York Business

Oona Tempest featured in last week’s issue of Crain’s New York Business

  VCS alumna Oona Tempest was just featured in in last week’s issue of  Crain’s New York Business. The interview covers Oona’s thoughts on training to become a sushi chef, being one of only a handful of female chefs in the industry, her current gig working with David Bouhadana at a sushi bar at the Jue […]

Kara Rooney on artists’ journals in Visual Arts Journal / SVA Features

Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Faculty, Faculty Writings, Profiles | No Comments
Kara Rooney on artists’ journals in Visual Arts Journal / SVA Features

  VCS faculty member Kara Rooney was recently interviewed for an article by Caitlin Dover in the Fall 2017 issue of Visual Arts Journal that was just republished on the SVA Features site. The article features interviews with several artists about their use of journals and sketchbooks in their studio practices. Here’s an excerpt with […]

Suzanne Joelson and Gary Stephan featured in the latest installment of Hyperallergic’s “Beer with a Painter” series

Posted by on Aug 27, 2017 in Faculty, Interviews, Profiles | No Comments
Suzanne Joelson and Gary Stephan featured in the latest installment of Hyperallergic’s “Beer with a Painter” series

VCS faculty member Suzanne Joelson and painter Gary Stephan are the subjects of the latest interview in Hyperallergic’s “Beer with a Painter” series. The piece covers a wide range of topics, including the couple’s respective studio practices, their thoughts about their work, and how they met. Here’s an excerpt from writer Jennifer Samet’s introduction to […]

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 […]

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 […]

Meet the seniors in The Thin Edge of the Wedge

Posted by on Jan 16, 2017 in Exhibitions, Profiles, Thesis, VCS Students | No Comments
Meet the seniors in The Thin Edge of the Wedge

In the days leading up to the opening of our thesis exhibition The Thin Edge of the Wedge, the VCS department has been introducing each of the participating seniors on our Facebook page. Each new timeline entry in the series profiles four students with portraits and a brief description of the work they’ve made for […]

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