Peter Hristoff featured in Morie Losier’s short film “Draw Me Now,” now part of The Criterion Channel’s subscriber film program for December

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Peter Hristoff featured in Morie Losier’s short film “Draw Me Now,” now part of The Criterion Channel’s subscriber film program for December

  Director Marie Losier’s short film Draw Me Now, featuring artist and VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff, is now online on The Criterion Channel. The film will also be part of the channel’s December film program for subscribers, included in a set of two features and 15 shorts by Losier presented this Wednesday, December 16th. […]

Video now available of the Art & Politics roundtable discussion “Who Owns the City? Real Estate v. Art, Architecture and the People”

Video now available of the Art & Politics roundtable discussion “Who Owns the City? Real Estate v. Art, Architecture and the People”

A video is now available of last December’s Art & Politics Lecture Series roundtable discussion “Who Owns the City? Real Estate v. Art, Architecture and the People” fearuring writer Sam Stein, architect Georg Windeck, and artist, activist, and VCS feculty member Shellyne Rodriguez. You can watch it below or at this link. I’ve included a […]

Video now available of FRANCES FOX PIVEN on ELECTION 2020 – What Just Happened, and What Now? – View it here

Video now available of FRANCES FOX PIVEN on ELECTION 2020 – What Just Happened, and What Now? – View it here

A video is now available of the recent talk FRANCES FOX PIVEN on ELECTION 2020 – What Just Happened, and What Now? If you were unable to make it to the live talk on November 13th, you can watch it below.     Frances Fox Piven, one of the “nine most dangerous people in the […]

Watch a video of “Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus, An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen,” available now on SVA’s YouTube page

Watch a video of “Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus, An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen,” available now on SVA’s YouTube page

If you missed the recent VCS and Honors Program talk Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus, An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen, a video of it now available to view on the SVA YouTube page, and below.

Announcing The ANT Project Virtual Workshop, August 21st at 2 pm, including a conversation with Kara Rooney on Trabajo de Sombra

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Announcing The ANT Project Virtual Workshop, August 21st at 2 pm, including a conversation with Kara Rooney on Trabajo de Sombra

Faculty member Kara Rooney sent us an announcement of the upcoming ANT Project Virtual Workshop, which will take place this Friday, August 21at at 2 pm Eastern Time. Kara will be participating in the workshop with a conversation Trabajo de Sombra (2019), her collaborative project with Nestor Quiñones. Here’s more about the event, including a […]

Presenting Ozaki Studios, the latest venture from alumna Megumi Ozaki

Presenting Ozaki Studios, the latest venture from alumna Megumi Ozaki

After seeing some of our recent posts about what people in the VCS community have been up to this summer, Megumi Ozaki (VCS 2017) decided to send us some information about her current business Ozaki Studios. Here’s her bio blurb from the site’s About page: Megumi Ozaki is a New York based visual artist, she […]

UPDATE: Brother Outsider: The Life of Freedom Fighter Bayard Rustin is now available to view on the SVA Library’s Kanopy page

Posted by on Jul 12, 2020 in Activism, Faculty, Film and Video | No Comments
UPDATE: Brother Outsider: The Life of Freedom Fighter Bayard Rustin is now available to view on the SVA Library’s Kanopy page

A little over a week ago, I wrote about a three-part series that Jeremy Cohan posted to SVA’s social media accounts in honor of Pride Month and Black Lives Matter. The post included a recommendation for the documentary Brother Outsider: The Life of Freedom Fighter Bayard Rustin, which is available via Kanopy but was not […]

Guggenheim’s Works & Process: Lisa Bielawa’s Broadcast from Home w/ film for Chapter 4 by Anthony Hawley – Thursday, July 16th at 7 pm

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Guggenheim’s Works & Process: Lisa Bielawa’s Broadcast from Home w/ film for Chapter 4 by Anthony Hawley – Thursday, July 16th at 7 pm

Here’s an announcement from Honors and Art History faculty member Anthony Hawley:   Dear Friends,  Next week July 16th     The Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process series premieres a new short film of mine  – – – RSVP HERE and register for FREE   Works & Process will premiere this new Super 8 film as […]

Lorraine Hansberry, James Baldwin, and Bayard Rustin – recommended listening, reading, and viewing for the weekend from Jeremy Cohan

Posted by on Jul 3, 2020 in Faculty, Other | No Comments
Lorraine Hansberry, James Baldwin, and Bayard Rustin – recommended listening, reading, and viewing for the weekend from Jeremy Cohan

UPDATE, 7/1/2020: the SVA library now has access to Brother Outsider: The Life of Freedom Fighter Bayard Rustin on Kanopy. You can watch it at this link. The post below has been edited to reflect the film’s availability.   In addition to being Director of the Honors Program at SVA, Jeremy Cohan has been acting […]

“What Will It Take to End the Policing Crisis? Against the Technological Fix,” a talk by Cedric Johnson, author of author of Revolutionaries to Race Leaders: Black Power and the Making of African American Politics

“What Will It Take to End the Policing Crisis? Against the Technological Fix,” a talk by Cedric Johnson, author of author of Revolutionaries to Race Leaders: Black Power and the Making of African American Politics

  Honors Program Director Jeremy Cohan sent along a link to a video of “What Will It Take to End the Policing Crisis? Against the Technological Fix,” a talk given last November at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California by Cedric Johnson, associate professor of African American Studies and Political Science at the University of […]

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