This Tuesday evening: Yes, You Don’t Know Me

This Tuesday, April 17th at 7:00 p.m., the Visual & Critical Studies Department will present “Yes, You Don’t Know Me—Susan Hefuna in Conversation with Bettina Mathes.” Here is a description from SVA’s list of events in the Spring 2012 Art in the First Person lecture series: If truth is never naked and facts are always […]

This Tuesday evening: Anna Gaskel – SOSW Ballet at SVA Theatre

This Tuesday evening at 7 p.m., the Visual & Critical Studies Department will present a screening of the film SOSW Ballet at the SVA Theatre, followed by a discussion with its creators. Here is more information from SVA’s press announcement for the event: SOSW Ballet is an experimental film that revolves around the creation of […]

Zeke Decker participates in Pop-Up Pianos

Posted by on Jul 3, 2011 in Events, Exhibitions, Images, VCS Students | No Comments

Earlier this summer, VCS student Zeke Decker participated in a public art project organized by Sing for Hope, a non-profit organization that links artists and performers with programs that benefit schools, hospitals, and communities. Titled Pop-Up Pianos, the project placed 88 pianos designed by volunteer artists at various locations around New York City, each of […]

This Thursday: VCS Open Studios

Posted by on Apr 26, 2011 in Events, VCS Students | No Comments

– This Thursday, the Visual & Critical Studies Department will host its annual Open Studio event. Here’s a description provided by faculty member Amy Wilson, who helped organize and install part of the exhibition: It’s a yearly tradition: as the semester winds down, each department at SVA holds an Open Studio, opening their doors to […]

Joana Fittipaldi dances at Judson Church

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMpsj2FzhLg&feature=player_embedded] – On March 14th, VCS fourth-year student Joana Fittipaldi performed at Judson Memorial Church in New York in dis connected, a project in collaboration with Swiss/Portuguese choreographer, dancer-performer, and artist Sophia Ribeiro. dis connected was part of a larger a larger performance program presented by Movement Research, a New York organization dedicated to the […]

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