Opening tonight at Soloway in Brooklyn – Elizabeth Bonaventura, What About Standing People and Animals?
Here’s information about the latest show at Soloway Gallery, a space at 348 South 4th Street in Brooklyn created and run by VCS faculty members Annette Wehrhahn and Emily Weiner, along with their fellow artists Tomer Aluf, and Hakim Bishara, and Halsey Rodman: – Elizabeth Bonaventura, What About Standing People and Animals? November 8, […]
This Monday, November 12th – Frances Fox Piven: What Just Happened? The Resistance After the Midterms (RSVP here)
Frances Fox Piven: What Just Happened? The Resistance After the Midterms Monday, November 12, 2018 7:00 – 9:00pm Room 101C, 133/141 West 21st Street, New York, NY Free and open to the public RSVP here – MA Critical Theory and the Arts and BFA Visual & Critical Studies present Frances Fox Piven, who will […]
Jenna Caro interviewed as part of SVA Features’ “12 SVA Students on Why They Probably Will (Definitely) Vote”
VCS fourth-year Jenna Caro is one of a dozen BFA and MFA students featured in “12 SVA Students on Why They Probably Will (Definitely) Vote,” an article by Bridget Badore published last Friday on SVA Features. Here’s part of what Jenna had to say: “For me, voting is sort of a matter of avoiding […]
FIFTH FLOOR September 13-28 Opening Reception: September 13th, 6:00-8:00 PM Flatiron Project Space, 133/141 W 21st Street, Ground Floor Printmaking as a medium has been around for centuries; today there is a thriving community of modern day printers living right upstairs. It is is an incredibly versatile medium, attracting all kinds of artists, designers, and makers. […]
SVA’s 2018 Commencement Exercises will take place tomorrow (Monday, May 7th) 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 […]
Making the Wheel – the 2018 VCS Open Studios, Thursday, April 26th from 6-9 pm in the Flatiron Project Space & 4th floor studios
– Visual & Critical Studies presents the 2018 VCS Open Studios 133/141 W 21 St Flatiron Project Space & 4th floor studios Thursday, April 26, 6-9 PM The BFA Visual & Critical Studies class of 2018 is pleased to present Making the Wheel. The artist studio is a sight of calculation and chance. It is […]
Here’s a note from Julia Santoli about tonight’s event at ISSUE Project Room: Hi all, As some of you may know, tomorrow April 12th will be my first presentation as an AIR at Issue Project Room, joined by Tamio Shiraishi and Geng. The Siren Sore project is a mutable album manifesting as performance events, song-cycles, images, installation, […]
This Tuesday, February 20th at 7 pm – American Dark Age: Art & Politics with Amy Wilson at 313 gallery in Jersey City
This Tuesday evening, No Such Arts and 313 gallery in Jersey City will present the artist’s talk American Dark Age: Art & Politics with VCS faculty member Amy Wilson: American Dark Age [Art & Politics with Amy Wilson] Hosted by 313 gallery and No Such Arts Tuesday, February 20 at 7:00 PM – […]
A call for submissions from current SVA students for “Bread and Butter,” the next issue of Visual Opinion
SVA’s student-run magazine Visual Opinion is looking for submissions from current SVA students for its next issue. Here’s some information about it from the Visual Opinion Instagram account. If you’re around the VCS Department and would like to know more, you can also speak with VO’s current Managing Editor, Erika Verhagen. – visualopinion Babies! Submissions […]
The reception for Suzanne Joelson’s new exhibition PASS AGE TRESS PASS will take place this evening from 6 to 8 pm in the Flatiron Project Space at 133/141 West 21st Street. For more about the show, see the post right below this one.