News about Megumi Ozaki’s documentary film A Whale of a Tale – a Kickstarter campaign (ending soon), upcoming NYC screenings at Quad Cinema, and press coverage in The Guardian

News about Megumi Ozaki’s documentary film A Whale of a Tale – a Kickstarter campaign (ending soon), upcoming NYC screenings at Quad Cinema, and press coverage in The Guardian

VCS alumna Megumi Ozaki just sent out three announcements about her new documentary film A Whale of a Tale, including a last-minute pitch for a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for promotion and wider distribution; announcement of its upcoming NYC premiere and one-week run at Ouad Cinema; and a link to an article about it […]

Autumn Eggleton in a Westword news article about the art bar and performance space Enigma Bazaar, opening soon in Denver, CO

Autumn Eggleton in a Westword news article about the art bar and performance space Enigma Bazaar, opening soon in Denver, CO

  2012 VCS alumna Autumn Eggleton was recently interviewed for an article in the weekly paper Westword about Enigma Bazaar, an art bar and performance space that’s opening later this year in Denver, Colorado. Autumn is one of the space’s four co-owners, along with Carly Howard, Chad Howard, and Christine Samar. Here’s a brief passage […]

Shannon Broder featured in a video and profile article on House Beautiful

Shannon Broder featured in a video and profile article on House Beautiful

VCS faculty member (and 2011 alumna) Shannon Broder and her business Broderpress were the subject of a profile last week in House Beautiful. The article and video discuss Shannon’s career as a silkscreen printer, and the Broderpress line of screenprinted animal pillows. Here’s a brief excerpt: From the start of her time at the School […]

Announcing ME, opening this Thursday, August 2nd in the Flatiorn Project Space from 6 to 8 pm, with a musical performance at 7:30

Announcing ME, opening this Thursday, August 2nd in the Flatiorn Project Space from 6 to 8 pm, with a musical performance at 7:30

  Joey Gonnella Nani Inocentes William Patterson August 2 – September 7, 2018 Reception: August 2, 2018, 6-8 PM, with a musical performance by Matte Milk (Nani Inocentes) at 7:30 PM BFA Visual & Critical Studies and the Flatiron Project Space are pleased to present an exhibition entitled ME, featuring the work of one former […]

Vreugdevuur Scheveningen, an upcoming photobook and film from Romke Hoogwaerts

Vreugdevuur Scheveningen, an upcoming photobook and film from Romke Hoogwaerts

Here’s an announcement of a forthcoming project from VCS alumnus Romke Hoogwaerts: Mossless‘ founder, Romke Hoogwaerts, has a photobook (and film) of his own coming out soon called Vreugdevuur Scheveningen. It’s about the world’s biggest bonfire, a rivalry between two neighborhoods—one of which is his grandfather’s working-class hometown of Scheveningen in Holland. Here’s a few photos:  – […]

A brief introduction to Camuna Cellars, a collaboration between 2012 VCS alumna Molly Nadav and winemaker Eli Silins

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A brief introduction to Camuna Cellars, a collaboration between 2012 VCS alumna Molly Nadav and winemaker Eli Silins

We’ve recently learned about Camuna Cellars, a collaborative venture  based in Berkeley, California that features ceramics from 2012 VCS alumna Molly Nadav and wines from Eli Silins. The following images of Molly and her wares are from Camuna’s website. You can see more images there and on the Camuna Cellars Instagram.         […]

This Friday at Issue Project Room – Julia Santoli presents “burning body of love,” a performance in collaboration with Zach Rowden.

This Friday at Issue Project Room – Julia Santoli presents “burning body of love,” a performance in collaboration with Zach Rowden.

Here’s a comment from Julia Santoli about her upcoming performance this Friday, which I mentioned here last week: This Friday, July 13th I’ll be presenting my second AIR performance at Issue Project Room, in collaboration with double bassist Zach Rowden. The piece “burning body of love” is something more in the direction of opera, and […]

News from Julia Santoli – two upcoming performances and a 2018 research fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council

News from Julia Santoli – two upcoming performances and a 2018 research fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council

VCS alumna Julia recently sent us the following information about two upcoming performances and a new fellowship she’s recently been granted. I’m posting all of the information from her announcements here, and will follow up with more information on the performances as the date of each approaches. Here are her announcements of two events scheduled […]

Announcing the VCS Leipzig International Art Program Awardee for 2019

Announcing the VCS Leipzig International Art Program Awardee for 2019

– 2019 Leipzig International Art Program BFA Visual & Critical Studies is very happy to announce the awardee of the Leipzig International Art Program for 2019. The scholarship winner was chosen by a committee of VCS faculty from a pool of very strong applicants. Anastasia Warren is this year’s scholarship awardee, granted a 6-month residency in Leipzig, […]

Phantasmagoria – a site-specific installation by Spencer Razick, on display through June 4 in the Flatiron Project Space

Phantasmagoria – a site-specific installation by Spencer Razick, on display through June 4 in the Flatiron Project Space

  The FlatIron Project space is pleased to announce an upcoming site-specific installation, Phantasmagoria, by Spencer Razick. The exhibition opens on Thursday, May 17th, with a reception from 6 to 8PM, and runs through June 15th. The artist, an alumnus of the Department of Visual and Critical Studies of SVA (BFA, 2016) has prepared the […]

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