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 […]

This Friday, December 11th at 1 pm PST – Rachel Zaretsky in an artist talk with the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, in conjunction with the exhibition ARCHIVE MACHINES

This Friday, December 11th at 1 pm PST – Rachel Zaretsky in an artist talk with the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, in conjunction with the exhibition ARCHIVE MACHINES

  Yesterday 2015 VCS alumna Rachel Zaretsky sent out an announcement of a group artists’ talk she’ll be taking part in this Friday, in conjunction with the current exhibition ARCHIVE MACHINES at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Here’s the message she sent, which also contains a link to an article on Hyperallergic about the […]

Today at 1 pm – Sanford Biggers in conversation with Yasi Alipour, presented by The Brooklyn Rail

Today at 1 pm – Sanford Biggers in conversation with Yasi Alipour, presented by The Brooklyn Rail

Today at 1 pm, The Brooklyn Rail is hosting a talk with artist Sanford Biggers and artist (and SVA Art History faculty member) Yasi Alipour. Here are the details, and information on hwot to join the talk on Zoom:   The New Social Environment#179 Sanford Biggers with Yasi Alipour   Monday, November 23, 2020 1 […]

Catch up with Olivia Li at the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo in the MICE podcast The Squeak, and Fully Funded: A Kickstarter Q&A

Catch up with Olivia Li at the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo in the MICE podcast The Squeak, and Fully Funded: A Kickstarter Q&A

https://twitter.com/Olovia/status/1313841631154536451   Cartoonist, artist, and VCS alumna Olivia Li was jusr featured in the first episode of the podcast The Squeak, launched last week as part of this year’s online incarnation of The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (MICE). A few days ago, Olivia also moderated the webinar Fully Funded: A Kickstarter Q&A, which dealt with […]

This Sunday at 7 pm – Amy Wilson in the panel discussion “Arts as a Catalyst for Change,” sponsored by the Jersey City Theater Center

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This Sunday at 7 pm – Amy Wilson in the panel discussion “Arts as a Catalyst for Change,” sponsored by the Jersey City Theater Center

This Sunday evening at 7 pm, artist, activist, and VCS faculty member will participate in “Arts as a Catalyst for Change,” a half-hour panel discussion sponsored by the Jersey City Theater Center as part of a weekend-long series of events commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Jersey City Art and Studio Tour (JCAST). In the […]

“The New Social Environment,” an ongoing series of free online seminars hosted by The Brooklyn Rail

“The New Social Environment,” an ongoing series of free online seminars hosted by The Brooklyn Rail

Art History/Honors faculty member Anthonly Hawley recently drew our attention to “The New Social Environment,” an ongoing series of free Zoom seminars organized by The Brooklyn Rail. There’s a new seminar almost every day; here’s a screenshot of the next three. You can register online and keep track of upcoming seminars by clicking on the […]

POSTPONED – VCS and Honors present Which Way Forward?, The Inaugural SVA Politics Debate – Thursday, March 12th at 6:30 pm in room 101C

POSTPONED – VCS and Honors present Which Way Forward?, The Inaugural SVA Politics Debate – Thursday, March 12th at 6:30 pm in room 101C

Due to this week’s campus closure and SVA’s cancellation of all school events through March 20th, WHICH WAY FORWARD? has been postponed. We will post an update about its rescheduling when more information becomes available.     Which Way Forward? The Inaugural SVA Politics Debate A forum for SVA students and alumni to discuss and […]

VCS presents WHO OWNS THE CITY? REAL ESTATE -VS- ART, ARCHITECTURE & THE PEOPLE – this Monday, December 9th at 7 pm

VCS presents WHO OWNS THE CITY? REAL ESTATE -VS- ART, ARCHITECTURE & THE PEOPLE – this Monday, December 9th at 7 pm

WHO OWNS THE CITY? REAL ESTATE -VS- ART, ARCHITECTURE & THE PEOPLE Monday, December 9 133 W. 21st St., 101C RSVP at Eventbrite or art-pol@sva.edu   Sam Stein, author of Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State, joins SVA faculty member and activist Shellyne Rodriguez and architect Georg Windeck for a roundtable on power, […]

This Wednesday, December 19th at 6 pm – Anastasia Warren and Amy Wilson in a panel discussion for “My Silences Had Not Protected Me” at Fort Gansevoort

This Wednesday, December 19th at 6 pm – Anastasia Warren and Amy Wilson in a panel discussion for “My Silences Had Not Protected Me” at Fort Gansevoort

Tomorrow night at 6 pm, VCS alumna Anastasia Warren and faculty member Amy Wilson will be participating in a panel discussion at Fort Gansevoort organized in conjunction with the current exhibition My Silences Had Not Protected Me. You can read about the exhibition at the previous link, and in this post from last month. When: Wed., […]

Announcing Microanalysis | The Scale of Subjecthood, Thursday, October 11th at 239 Greene Street, presented by the NYU Department of Media, Culture, and Communication

Announcing Microanalysis | The Scale of Subjecthood, Thursday, October 11th at 239 Greene Street, presented by the NYU Department of Media, Culture, and Communication

  Microanalysis: The Scale of Subjecthood Practitioners of microanalytic observation and interpretation place their human subjects under insistent inspection. Often these subjects are at the social margins. Their pervasive discomfort is transformed into documents, texts, photos and films that in turn may be used to educate others—or even to reform the subjects themselves. Microanalysis: The […]

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