Announcing Goodbye Letter, the latest book by Jeremy Sigler, poet and SVA Honors / Art History faculty member

Posted by on Oct 8, 2020 in Faculty, Faculty Writings, Images, Poetry | No Comments
Announcing Goodbye Letter, the latest book by Jeremy Sigler, poet and SVA Honors / Art History faculty member

Today we’ve got an announcement from poet and faculty member Jeremy Sigler about his newest publication:   I’ve published a new book, Goodbye Letter, with Hunters Point Press. A satirical piece on the book came out last week in LitHub, and last month it was reviewed by Marjorie Perloff in Tablet. The book is now available from Hunters Point Press, Artbook […]

“The Primacy of Sound in Robert Bresson’s Films,” a recent conference paper from Honors faculty member Amresh Sinha

“The Primacy of Sound in Robert Bresson’s Films,” a recent conference paper from Honors faculty member Amresh Sinha

Filmmaker and Honors faculty member Amresh Sinha recently had a peer-reviewed conference paper titled “The Primacy of Sound in Robert Bresson’s Films” published at Aalborg University, Denmark. The paper was presented at as part of RE:SOUND 2019 – 8th International Conference on Media Art, Science, and Technology. Here’s the abstract: Sound and Image, in ideal […]

Recent writings by Honors/Art History faculty member Anthony Hawley

Posted by on May 1, 2020 in Faculty, Faculty Writings | No Comments
Recent writings by Honors/Art History faculty member Anthony Hawley

Today’s blog post features links to four recent writings by Honors and Art History faculty member Anthony Hawley. Here are his comments: Some reading material! Here are links to a number of recent writings of mine on film and video that appeared right before or during the pandemic in The Brooklyn Rail, Frieze, and Artforum […]

Lynn Gamwell’s “Exploring the Invisible: Art, Science, and the Spiritual” now available in a revised and expanded edition

Posted by on Apr 20, 2020 in Faculty Writings | No Comments
Lynn Gamwell’s “Exploring the Invisible: Art, Science, and the Spiritual” now available in a revised and expanded edition

Writer and VCS faculty member Lynn Gamwell’s book Exploring the Invisible: Art, Science, and the Spiritual was recently reissued by Princeton University Press is a revised and expanded edition featuring a foreword by Neil deGrasse Tyson. Here’s the publsiher’s description of the new edition:  * * * Exploring the Invisible shows how modern art expresses […]

“The Long Sweep,” a 2013 interview with Ed Clark in Artpulse Magazine

Posted by on Oct 22, 2019 in Faculty Writings, Interviews | No Comments
“The Long Sweep,” a 2013 interview with Ed Clark in Artpulse Magazine

Ed Clark, the trailblazing African-American abstract artist who painted massive, luminous canvases using a push broom, passed away at age 93 late last week. Clark was also a pioneer in field of shaped paintings, the first of which he created in 1957, about three years before Frank Stella began his own experiments with shaped canvases. […]

VCS faculty member Jeff Edwards quoted in “4 Tips for Writing a Good Artist Statement” on Artsy

Posted by on Sep 5, 2018 in Faculty, Interviews | No Comments
VCS faculty member Jeff Edwards quoted in “4 Tips for Writing a Good Artist Statement” on Artsy

  On Monday, Artsy published the article “4 Tips for Writing a Good Artist Statement,” which includes advice from Jennifer Liese, director of the Rhode Island School of Design’s Center for Arts & Language, and writer and critic Jeff Edwards. Jeff teaches three classes in the VCS program, including the second semester of the foundation […]

A piece by Amy Wilson featured on Politico and Blue Jersey this morning

A piece by Amy Wilson featured on Politico and Blue Jersey this morning

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 […]

Kara Rooney on artists’ journals in Visual Arts Journal / SVA Features

Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Faculty, Faculty Writings, Profiles | No Comments
Kara Rooney on artists’ journals in Visual Arts Journal / SVA Features

  VCS faculty member Kara Rooney was recently interviewed for an article by Caitlin Dover in the Fall 2017 issue of Visual Arts Journal that was just republished on the SVA Features site. The article features interviews with several artists about their use of journals and sketchbooks in their studio practices. Here’s an excerpt with […]

Jeremy Sigler in two upcoming poetry events, this Wednesday, October 25th at Spoonbill Studio, and Wednesday, November 8th at Apexart

Posted by on Oct 23, 2017 in Events, Faculty, Faculty Writings, Poetry | No Comments
Jeremy Sigler in two upcoming poetry events, this Wednesday, October 25th at Spoonbill Studio, and Wednesday, November 8th at Apexart

Here’s an announcement from poet and VCS faculty member Jeremy Sigler about two upcoming events he’ll be participating in over the next couple weeks: Dear friends and colleagues, I will be reading in two upcoming poetry events: •  with Albert Mobilio at Spoonbill & Sugartown’s Bushwick store on Montrose this Wednesday, Oct. 25th, at 7pm. […]

This Saturday, September 17th – Jeremy Sigler in a panel discussion at the Brooklyn Book Festival with poets Eileen Myles and Ashleigh Young

This Saturday, September 17th – Jeremy Sigler in a panel discussion at the Brooklyn Book Festival with poets Eileen Myles and Ashleigh Young

Here’s an announcement we received earlier today from VCS faculty member Jeremy Sigler, about a panel discussion at the Brooklyn Book Festival that he’ll be participating in this Saturday: Dear Friends, I will be taking part in the Brooklyn Book Festival this year, in a panel discussion with fellow poets Eileen Myles and Ashleigh Young. […]

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