Visual & Critical Studies

A Multidisciplinary BFA Studio Program

Announcing the VCS T-Shirt Content – deadline to enter: October 1st

Posted by on Sep 20, 2019 in Other, VCS Students | No Comments
Announcing the VCS T-Shirt Content – deadline to enter: October 1st

  VCS T-Shirt Contest Submit a Design | Win a Computer Enter a design by October 1 to win a used 27″ iMac. BFA Visual & Critical Studies is seeking VCS themed t-shirt designs. Designs may be image or text based. Send submissions to Paloma at pcrousillat@sva.edu by Tuesday, October 1 in PSD format. Please title files lastname_firstname_tshirt.psd. The […]

Register today for the fall 2019 Visual & Critical Studies open house, coming up on Saturday, October 12th

Register today for the fall 2019 Visual & Critical Studies open house, coming up on Saturday, October 12th

– Undergraduate Open House – October 12, 2019(click here to register) When: 10/12/2019, 10:00AM – 04:00PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Standard Time (America/New_York) Where: SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010 Event Description: Open Houses offer comprehensive exposure to our department faculty and facilities as well as Admissions and Financial Aid staff. Portfolio reviews […]

Announcing “On The Clock: Christian Marclay and the End of Cinematic Time,” a talk by Tom Huhn at Instituto de Filosofia da Nova in Lisboa, Portugal on September 30th

Announcing “On The Clock: Christian Marclay and the End of Cinematic Time,” a talk by Tom Huhn at  Instituto de Filosofia da Nova in Lisboa, Portugal on September 30th

On September 30th, VCS Department Chair Tom Huhn will deliver the lecture “On The Clock: Christian Marclay and the End of Cinematic Time” for CineLab at the Instituto de Filosofia da Nova (Nova Institute of Philosophy) on the campus of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Portugal. Here’s a description of the upcoming event from […]

This Thursday, September 19th from 6 to 8 pm – the reception for LANDMARKS in the Flatiron Project Space

Posted by on Sep 16, 2019 in Events, Exhibitions, General VCS Info | No Comments
This Thursday, September 19th from 6 to 8 pm – the reception for LANDMARKS in the Flatiron Project Space

– LANDMARKS September 9 – October 4, 2019 Reception Thursday, September 19, 6–8PM Michael Handley Christian Hincapié Benny Merris Jolene Rickard JD Samson Dave Walsh Curated by Kayla Gibbons …it’s hard to believe that we’re falling now in the name of the Anthrocene (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Anthrocene). For its first exhibition of […]

Bo Wang on the premiere of Many Undulating Things (2019), his most recent film project with collaborator Pan Lu

Bo Wang on the premiere of Many Undulating Things (2019), his most recent film project with collaborator Pan Lu

Today’s post features a message from artist, filmmaker, and VCS faculty member Bo Wang about the London premiere of the film Many Undulating Things (2019) and several other current and upcoming exhibitions and screening of his works, all of which were made in collaboration with Pan Lu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chinese Culture […]

Opening Sunday 4-7 pm at The Pit in L.A. – Allison Miller | Jennifer Paige Cohen | Adams and Ollman | SASSAS 20th Anniversary Corpse Auction

Posted by on Sep 4, 2019 in Events, Exhibitions, Faculty | No Comments
Opening Sunday 4-7 pm at The Pit in L.A. – Allison Miller | Jennifer Paige Cohen | Adams and Ollman | SASSAS 20th Anniversary Corpse Auction

Here’s an announcement of several exhibitions and events opening this Sunday, September 8th at The Pit in Los Angeles, including Peacock in the Sands, a solo exhibition by VCS faculty member Jennifer Paige Cohen: – Please join us on Sunday, September 8, 4-7 pm for the opening reception for these new exhibitions! The Pit Allison MillerC A P […]

Welcome back!

Posted by on Sep 3, 2019 in Uncategorized | No Comments

SVA’s 2019/2020 academic year begins today, and we’d like to welcome everyone in the Visual & Critical Studies Department and all of our new and returning students to the fall 2019 semester.

VCS presents LANDMARKS, opening Monday, September 9th in the Flatiron Project Space

Posted by on Sep 2, 2019 in Exhibitions, General VCS Info | No Comments
VCS presents LANDMARKS, opening Monday, September 9th in the Flatiron Project Space

– LANDMARKS September 9 – October 4, 2019 Reception Thursday, September 19, 6–8PM Michael HandleyChristian HincapiéBenny MerrisJolene RickardJD SamsonDave Walsh Curated by Kayla Gibbons …it’s hard to believe that we’re falling now in the name of the Anthrocene (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Anthrocene). For its first exhibition of the 2019/2020 academic year, BFA Visual […]

Soloway presents: Lance Rutledge, Nothing Allowed to Occur Here Under Any Circumstances, Whatsoever, Period.

Posted by on Sep 2, 2019 in Exhibitions, Faculty | No Comments
Soloway presents: Lance Rutledge, Nothing Allowed to Occur Here Under Any Circumstances, Whatsoever, Period.

Here’s the announcement for the next exhibition at Soloway Gallery, an exhibition space in Brooklyn created and run by artists Tomer Aluf, Annette Wehrhahn, Hakim Bishara, Halsey Rodman, Jenny Nichols, and Emily Weiner. Wehrhahn and Weiner are both members of the VCS faculty, and co-teach the course Make Your Own Art World: Independent Exhibitions, Projects, […]

Storm Ascher interviewed by VoyageLA about Superposition Gallery, her new exhibition venture in New York and West Hollywood

Posted by on Aug 14, 2019 in Alumni News, Press, Profiles, VCS Alumni | No Comments
Storm Ascher interviewed by VoyageLA about Superposition Gallery, her new exhibition venture in New York and West Hollywood

– Last month, VoyageLA ran an interview with VCS alumna Storm Ascher about Superposition Gallery, her pop-up exhibition venture based in New York and West Hollywood. In the piece, Storm talks about the challenges involved in staging exhibitions as a short-term guest in temporary spaces such as between-lease storefronts, and the opportunities and unique benefits […]

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