VCS student Yuan Fang has asked me to share the following open call for an upcoming art book fair at Fou Gallery in Brooklyn. Yuan is the gallery’s PR director, so anyone who’s interested in submitting work for the fair should fill out the google docs available at the link below and then give her […]
Each year in Amy Wilson’s fall-semester Art in Theory class, the students are required to create two timelines encompassing the major artistic and historical developments of the the twentieth century. A minimum of 15 art movements and 40 historic events must be included in each of the two timelines, which cover the periods from 1900-1950 […]
Welcome back / last chance to see ME (Joey Gonnella, Nani Inocentes, William Patterson) in the Flatiron Project Space
Visual & Critical Studies would like to welcome everyone in the SVA community back for the beginning of another academic year. The VCS Department has a lot scheduled for the Fall 2018 semester, including a wide range of lectures, exhibitions, and other events. Be sure to visit this blog regularly for announcements (you can also […]
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 […]
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 […]
The latest issue of Visual Opinion (Bread and Butter, Volume 24, Issue 4) includes art from eight VCS students. Here’s the editor’s statement from Erika Verhagen followed by selected images from each artist.
“Unsweetened,” a group exhibition of graduating VCS students curated by Allyson Vieira, on display through May 3rd in the Flatiron Project Space
UNSWEETENED | April 24 – May 3 Flatiron Project Space 133/141 W 21st Street – BFA Visual & Critical Studies and the Flatiron Project Space are pleased to present “Unsweetened,” a group exhibition of graduating VCS students, curated by Allyson Vieira. On view from April 24-May 3, the opening reception is on April 26, […]
Tonight, 6 to 9 pm – Making the Wheel, the 2018 VCS Open Studios, 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 […]
Several image sets from last week’s VCS performance incubator We Love Decay are available to view on the VCS Instagram.
From the VCS Department offices: Visual & Critical Studies is very happy to announce that graduating senior Storm Ascher has been chosen as the student Commencement Speaker for the College’s Commencement ceremony on May 7th at Radio City Music Hall. Please join us is congratulating Storm.