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, Germany starting January 2019. Please join us in congratulating Anastasia.


Tom Huhn, chair

Image credits, Anastasia Warren.
Top: Color and Gesture Study (45/100), 45 individual 3″ x 3″ panels, acrylic on wood panel. Bottom (left to right): Throat 3, clay and thread, 10″ x 7″; Miraculous Object Subjectivity, still from video performance.

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