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 […]

Announcing the online symposium “Thingly Affinities: Rethinking Aesthetic Form for a Posthumanist Future,” December 4-13, 2020

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Announcing the online symposium “Thingly Affinities: Rethinking Aesthetic Form for a Posthumanist Future,” December 4-13, 2020

This Friday will see the beginning of “Thingly Affinities: Rethinking Aesthetic Form for a Posthumanist Future,” an online symposium organized and moderated by artist and Honors Program faculty member Taney Roniger. The symposium will run through Sunday, December 13th, and can be accessed at thinglyaffinities.org Here’s the symposium’s press release, with a full description of […]

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 […]

Tonight from 7 to 9 pm – VCS presents Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus, An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen

Tonight  from 7 to 9 pm – VCS presents  Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus, An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen

  Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen Oct 16, 2020; 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Presented by BFA Visual & Critical Studies   Journalist David Dayen has been writing the essential coverage of the COVID-19 crisis through his daily “Unsanitized” briefings for The American Prospect. He has followed […]

VCS presents Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus, An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen – This Friday, October 16th from 7 to 9 pm

VCS presents Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus, An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen – This Friday, October 16th from 7 to 9 pm

  Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus An Art & Politics Lecture by David Dayen Oct 16, 2020; 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Presented by BFA Visual & Critical Studies   Journalist David Dayen has been writing the essential coverage of the COVID-19 crisis through his daily “Unsanitized” briefings for The American Prospect. He has followed […]

Catch up with five of our alumni in “Curriculum Paths” on the SVA website

Catch up with five of our alumni in “Curriculum Paths” on the SVA website

Today’s post is the first of several upcoming updates on some of our alumni and what they’ve been doing in their post-VCS lives. Recently, SVA’s Visual & Critical Studies page posted “Curriculum Paths,” an article about several of our former students that discusses what they’ve been up to since graduation, what they’re doing now, and […]

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 […]

Recommended reading – Flailing States: Pankaj Mishra on Anglo-America

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Recommended reading – Flailing States: Pankaj Mishra on Anglo-America

Last week, Honors Program Director Jeremy Cohan posted a link on the VCS Twitter and Facebook accounts to the recent London Review of Books essay “Flailing States: Anglo-America Loses its Grip“ by Indian writer Pankaj Mishra, which VCS Department Chair Tom Huhn had suggested as recommended reading for the VCS community. The piece discusses the […]

A call for submissions to The One Drawing Challenge, sponsored by Architizer – open now / early entry deadline July 17th

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A call for submissions to The One Drawing Challenge, sponsored by Architizer – open now / early entry deadline July 17th

Jeremy Cohan sent along the following call for submissions from Georg Windeck, who was a participant in last year’s VCS and Honors roundtable discussion Who Owns the City? Real Estate v. Art, Architecture and the People: Dear friends and colleagues. I hope this email finds you well. This summer I will be on the jury […]

Check out the VCS Summer 2020 Continuing Education course schedule – registration open now

Check out the VCS Summer 2020 Continuing Education course schedule – registration open now

Eager to learn through the quarantine? Visual and Critical Studies is offering Continuing Education! Take a deep dive into philosophy, history and criticism. Explore current and emerging art practices like performance, conceptual art and new media. Classes are open to beginners, the curious, and the non-traditional. Register today: Visual & Critical Studies Summer 2020 Continuing […]

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