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Yuan Fang: Rushing Down The Cliff – opening this Saturday, August 8th at LATITUDE Gallery in Brooklyn (reception 5-8 pm, or by appointment)

Posted by on Aug 6, 2020 in Alumni News, Exhibitions, VCS Students | No Comments
Yuan Fang: Rushing Down The Cliff – opening this Saturday, August 8th at LATITUDE Gallery in Brooklyn (reception 5-8 pm, or by appointment)

A solo show of works by alumna Yuan Fang (VCS 2019) is opening this Saturday at LATITUDE Gallery at 174 Roebling St., 1L in Brooklyn. Here’s the announcement and press release, with information about the show and a link to set up an appointment to visit:     YUAN FANG: Rushing Down The Cliff A […]

Recommended reading – Flailing States: Pankaj Mishra on Anglo-America

Posted by on Aug 4, 2020 in Faculty, Other | No Comments
Recommended reading – Flailing States: Pankaj Mishra on Anglo-America

Last week, Honors Program Director Jeremy Cohan posted a link on the VCS Twitter and Facebook accounts to the recent London Review of Books essay “Flailing States: Anglo-America Loses its Grip“ by Indian writer Pankaj Mishra, which VCS Department Chair Tom Huhn had suggested as recommended reading for the VCS community. The piece discusses the […]

Catching up with Third Project Curatorial about cloud 9, on view through August 17th in the virtual Flatiron Project Space

Catching up with Third Project Curatorial about cloud 9, on view through August 17th in the virtual Flatiron Project Space

Back on March 8th, I posted an interview with VCS alumnae Victoria Hristoff and Gabriella Moreno, a.k.a. Third Project Curatorial, whose show cloud 9 was set to open in the Flatiron Project Space at the end of that week. Two days later on the 10th, SVA closed its campus and temporarily postponed all exhibitions in […]

VCS alumna Carol Li is the recipient of this year’s SPUR Virtual Residency

Posted by on Jul 27, 2020 in Alumni News, Awards, Residencies, VCS Alumni | No Comments
VCS alumna Carol Li is the recipient of this year’s SPUR Virtual Residency

  BFA Visual & Critical Studies is very happy to announce the awardee of the SPUR Virtual Residency. SPUR is a 6 month virtual residency to support the next generation of young artists working around the notion of online space and innovative modes of artmaking and exhibiting in this newly locked down world. SPUR provides a supportive network […]

Max Kornfield wins the 2020 Leipzig International Art Program residency

Posted by on Jul 22, 2020 in Alumni News, Awards, Residencies, VCS Alumni | No Comments
Max Kornfield wins the 2020 Leipzig International Art Program residency

  2021 Leipzig International Art Program BFA Visual & Critical Studies is very happy to announce the awardee of the Leipzig International Art Program for 2021.  The residency winner was chosen by a committee of VCS faculty from a talented pool of recent VCS graduates. Max Kornfield is this year’s awardee, granted a 6-month residency in Leipzig, […]

Dylan Prince in the LIA Summer Show ALPHA & OMEGA, today through July 25th at the Spinnerei in Leipzig, Germany

Dylan Prince in the LIA Summer Show ALPHA & OMEGA, today through July 25th at the Spinnerei in Leipzig, Germany

VCS 2019 alumnus and Leipzig International Art Programme (LIA) residency awardee Dylan Prince is about to have work on display in ALPHA & OMEGA, this year’s LIA summer show. Here are the details on the show and Dylan’s bio from the exhibition announcement. Also, for those of you who are fluent in German, Dylan was […]

Announcing Virtual Drawing Marathon #5: MONUMENTS, with Peter Hristoff – Monday, July 20th at 6 pm

Posted by on Jul 17, 2020 in Events, Faculty, General VCS Info | No Comments
Announcing Virtual Drawing Marathon #5: MONUMENTS, with Peter Hristoff – Monday, July 20th at 6 pm

  Virtual Drawing Marathon #5 MONUMENTS     Please join us on Monday, July 20 at 6 PM for Virtual Drawing Marathon #5: MONUMENTS. In this, the last in a series of “word association” drawing marathons with VCS instructor Peter Hristoff, participants will make works connected to the the idea and meaning of “monuments”. The […]

UPDATE: Brother Outsider: The Life of Freedom Fighter Bayard Rustin is now available to view on the SVA Library’s Kanopy page

Posted by on Jul 12, 2020 in Activism, Faculty, Film and Video | No Comments
UPDATE: Brother Outsider: The Life of Freedom Fighter Bayard Rustin is now available to view on the SVA Library’s Kanopy page

A little over a week ago, I wrote about a three-part series that Jeremy Cohan posted to SVA’s social media accounts in honor of Pride Month and Black Lives Matter. The post included a recommendation for the documentary Brother Outsider: The Life of Freedom Fighter Bayard Rustin, which is available via Kanopy but was not […]

Guggenheim’s Works & Process: Lisa Bielawa’s Broadcast from Home w/ film for Chapter 4 by Anthony Hawley – Thursday, July 16th at 7 pm

Posted by on Jul 12, 2020 in Events, Faculty, Film and Video | No Comments
Guggenheim’s Works & Process: Lisa Bielawa’s Broadcast from Home w/ film for Chapter 4 by Anthony Hawley – Thursday, July 16th at 7 pm

Here’s an announcement from Honors and Art History faculty member Anthony Hawley:   Dear Friends,  Next week July 16th     The Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process series premieres a new short film of mine  – – – RSVP HERE and register for FREE   Works & Process will premiere this new Super 8 film as […]

Images by Maria T. Prado from “The Inventory Game: Classical Antiquity”

Posted by on Jul 11, 2020 in Events, Faculty, Images | No Comments
Images by Maria T. Prado from “The Inventory Game: Classical Antiquity”

Peter Hristoff forwarded the following images by Maria T. Prado (SVA CE), made during his most recent virtual drawing marathon The Inventory Game: Classical Antiquity. I’ll be posting an announcement of the next virtual drawing marathon here soon.          

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