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 […]
2017 VCS alumna Lily Maslanka was just interviewed for the Before and After SVA series on the SVA Features blog. The article includes images of some of Lily’s recent pieces inspired by Medieval armor, and she discusses her interest in early modern craft and her life out of SVA since she graduated. You can read […]
– 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, […]
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.
Several image sets from last week’s VCS performance incubator We Love Decay are available to view on the VCS Instagram.
The VCS Instagram has a few photos from the recent SVA Honors Program trip to Iceland, led by Honors/VCS chair Tom Huhn. Here’s a sample; you can see the rest at the link above.
Storm Ascher and Erika Verhagen just named recipients of the 2018 SVA Alumni Society Scholarship Award
VCS seniors Storm Ascher and Erika Verhagen were just named recipients of the 2018 Alumni Scholarship Award, along with 64 other students from SVA’s undergraduate programs. The award provides students who are in their last year at SVA with funds to help cover expenses for their final projects (for more information including application guidelines, see […]
Volume 24, Issue 1 of SVA’s student-run magazine Visual Opinion includes contributions from several current VCS students, so I thought I’d share some scans in today’s post. Copies of the magazine are available now around campus, so be sure to pick one up.
This morning, a tweet that faculty member Amy Wilson wrote late yesterday was picked up by Politico’s New Jersey Playbook and Blue Jersey’s daily News Roundup and Open Thread. Amy’s tweet features a fiber art piece (and wearable hat) that she made in anticipation of tomorrow’s mayoral election in Jersey City. Amy was inspired by […]