Two recent New York Times articles about art during and after COVID-19

Posted by on Mar 29, 2020 in Other | No Comments
Two recent New York Times articles about art during and after COVID-19

As we’ve all been settling into out new at-home and online routines at SVA, the art world has been grappling with the slew of challenges the coronavirus is creating  for artists, galleries, museums, and the art market. As part of this, there’s been some thoughtful and pointed writing from critics on where we’re all headed. […]

Amy Wilson’s handmade coronavirus masks get a shoutout in a recent Hyperallergic article about the art world’s response to COVID-19

Posted by on Mar 27, 2020 in Faculty, Images, Other | No Comments
Amy Wilson’s handmade coronavirus masks get a shoutout in a recent Hyperallergic article about the art world’s response to COVID-19

For the last few weeks, VCS faculty member Amy Wilson has been making masks in her studio to help people avoid exposure to the coronavirus. After researching various patterns online and reading about the virus, she settled one with a non-woven filter made of felt affixed between two layers of woven cloth, which seems to […]

An announcement on the cancellation of end-of-the-semester VCS events in light of SVA’s campus closure and move to online classes

Posted by on Mar 23, 2020 in General VCS Info | No Comments

Here’s an announcement from VCS Director of Operations Paloma Crousillat about today’s SVA campus closure and VCS event schedule adjustments for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester:   Dear All, I hope this email finds you safe and sound. As you have no doubt already heard, SVA’s buildings (not the dorms) are closing for […]

An announcement on VCS class cancellations and event postponements

Posted by on Mar 11, 2020 in Events, Exhibitions, General VCS Info, Other | No Comments
An announcement on VCS class cancellations and event postponements

Due to SVA’s cancellation of all school events from today through March 20th, the Flatiorn Project Space exhibition cloud 9 and Which Way Forward? The Inaugural SVA Politics Debate have been postponed. We will post an update about the rescheduling of both events when more information becomes available. The Visual & Critical Studies department will […]

An interview with Third Project Curatorial about cloud 9, opening soon in the Flatiron Project Space

An interview with Third Project Curatorial about cloud 9, opening soon in the Flatiron Project Space

Due to this week’s campus closure and SVA’s cancellation of all school events through March 20th, the opening and reception for cloud 9 have been postponed. We will post an update about its rescheduling when more information becomes available.   In anticipation of this week’s opening of cloud 9  in the Flatiron Project Space, we […]

POSTPONED – VCS and Honors present Which Way Forward?, The Inaugural SVA Politics Debate – Thursday, March 12th at 6:30 pm in room 101C

POSTPONED – VCS and Honors present Which Way Forward?, The Inaugural SVA Politics Debate – Thursday, March 12th at 6:30 pm in room 101C

Due to this week’s campus closure and SVA’s cancellation of all school events through March 20th, WHICH WAY FORWARD? has been postponed. We will post an update about its rescheduling when more information becomes available.     Which Way Forward? The Inaugural SVA Politics Debate A forum for SVA students and alumni to discuss and […]

POSTPONED – VCS presents cloud 9, March 13-April 10, 2020 in the Flatiron Project Space, with a reception Thursday, March 18th at 6 pm

POSTPONED – VCS presents cloud 9, March 13-April 10, 2020 in the Flatiron Project Space, with a reception Thursday, March 18th at 6 pm

Due to this week’s campus closure and SVA’s cancellation of all school events through March 20th, the opening and reception for cloud 9 have been postponed. We will post an update about its rescheduling when more information becomes available.       cloud 9 Third Project Curatorial – Victoria Hristoff & Gabriella Moreno Flatiron Project […]

Soloway presents: What a Fuck and What the Fuck, opening March 8th

Posted by on Mar 3, 2020 in Faculty | No Comments
Soloway presents: What a Fuck and What the Fuck, opening March 8th

  Hadi Fallahpisheh and Phoebe d’Heurle What a Fuck and What the Fuck March 8 – April 8, 2019 Opening reception on March 8, 6-8pm There must be something wrong. That was the mutual feeling between Phoebe d’Heurle and Hadi Fallahpisheh when after two years of living together they realized that they had never bought a bar of […]

Steve DeFrank in “My Studio in the Bronx,” a recent article on The Cut

Posted by on Mar 2, 2020 in Faculty | No Comments
Steve DeFrank in “My Studio in the Bronx,” a recent article on The Cut

Artist and VCS faculty member Steve DeFrank is one of thirteen artists featured in “My Studio in the Bronx,” a recent article in The Cut by Design editor Wendy Goodman about a former factory building on 136th Street that now houses the studios and offices of several dozen artists, designers, and fabricators. Steve was one […]

The Infinite Gyre, curated by Tansy Xiao – on display March 3-9 as part of this year’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show NYC

Posted by on Feb 22, 2020 in Alumni News, Events, Exhibitions, VCS Alumni | No Comments
The Infinite Gyre, curated by Tansy Xiao – on display March 3-9 as part of this year’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show NYC

This yea’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show will include the the two person exhibition The Infinite Gyre, curated by 2017 VCS alumna Tansy Xiao. The Infinite Gyre features work by artists Michael A. Robinson and Sizhu Li, and will be on display from March 3rd through March 9th in the former Ralph Lauren building at 625 madison […]

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