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 […]

Watch Ariana Storm Ascher’s Bachelor’s Degree Candidate’s Address at the 2018 SVA Commencement Exercises

Watch Ariana Storm Ascher’s Bachelor’s Degree Candidate’s Address at the 2018 SVA Commencement Exercises

SVA Features recently published an article about this year’s commencement exercises at Radio City Music Hall, including a recap of our own Ariana Storm Ascher’s Bachelor’s Degree Candidate’s Address:   In the first of the day’s addresses, after an introduction by Provost Jeffrey Nesin, Ariana Storm Ascher represented the bachelor’s degree candidates. A Visual and […]

Images from We Love Decay posted to the VCS Instagram

Images from We Love Decay posted to the VCS Instagram

Several image sets from last week’s VCS performance incubator We Love Decay are available to view on the VCS Instagram.  

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

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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.  

Hosting Projects presents Late Bloomer Late Bloomer, a performance and installation on April 15 at Driveway 327 in Los Angeles

Hosting Projects presents Late Bloomer Late Bloomer, a performance and installation on April 15 at Driveway 327 in Los Angeles

Here’s a follow-up to the previous post, presenting more information about the Late Bloomer Late Bloomer performance and installation scheduled for April 15th in Los Angeles, presented and curated by Hosting Projects (VCS alumnae Harris Bauer and Rachel Zaretsky)   Late Bloomer Late Bloomer Ben Gould & Gabriella Lacza A Hosting Project Installation & Live […]

Announcing Late Bloomer Late Bloomer, a film screening presented by Hosting Projects at the Los Angeles Contemporary Archive on April 12

Announcing Late Bloomer Late Bloomer, a film screening presented by Hosting Projects at the Los Angeles Contemporary Archive on April 12

Today’s post is the first of two about an upcoming series of events in Los Angeles organized by Hosting Projects, the ongoing curatorial project founded in 2014 by VCS alumnae Harris Bauer and Rachel Zaretsky. Here’s a comment that Harris sent me a couple days ago: I wanted to write you about an upcoming project […]

This Thursday, April 12th – Julia Santoli’s “Siren Sore” with Tamio Shiraishi and Geng at ISSUE Project Room

This Thursday, April 12th – Julia Santoli’s “Siren Sore” with Tamio Shiraishi and Geng at ISSUE Project Room

  VCS alumna Julia Santoli’s first public presentation as part of her ISSUE Project Room residency is set to take place this Thursday at 8:00 pm at ISSUE Project Room, and she’d love to see VCS students and faculty there. Julia will premiere Siren Sore: “spirit is matter” with Tamio Shiraishi and “the prisoners are […]

New on YouTube – Whitney Stories: Shellyne Rodriguez on Ja’Tovia Gary

New on YouTube – Whitney Stories: Shellyne Rodriguez on Ja’Tovia Gary

The Whitney Museum’s YouTube channel recently posted “An Incomplete History of Protest,” a new video featuring VCS faculty member Shellyne Rodriguez. I highly recommend it. Here’s the museum’s description, followed by the video:   Whitney Stories: Shellyne Rodriguez on Ja’Tovia Gary Artist and activist Shellyne Rodriguez responds to Ja’Tovia Gary’s film An Ecstatic Experience and […]

Images from Cutting Out at Art + Method, presented by Good Neighbr

Images from Cutting Out at Art + Method, presented by Good Neighbr

Here are some images from last weekend’s Good Neighbr group exhibition Cutting Out at Art + Method gallery in Brooklyn, courtesy VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff:               For more about the exhibition, see this post.  

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