X-AGENT DESTROY MONSTER REGIMES–The Afield (Anthony Hawley & Rebecca Fischer), Friday, October 23rd at Residency Unlimited

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X-AGENT DESTROY MONSTER REGIMES–The Afield (Anthony Hawley & Rebecca Fischer), Friday, October 23rd at Residency Unlimited

Here’s an announcement from Honors/Art History/Fine Arts faculty member Anthony Hawley about an event that’s coming up on October 23rd at Residency Unlimited in Brooklyn:   Dear Friends The Afield (Anthony Hawley & Rebecca Fischer) premiere X-Agent Destroy Monster Regimes   October 23, Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY – – X Agent Destroy Monster Regimes The […]

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

Posted by on Jul 12, 2020 in Events, Faculty, Film and Video | No Comments
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 […]

Weekend reading: a State of Politics article about proposed legislation for a WPA-style jobs program in New York State

Posted by on May 30, 2020 in Faculty, Other | No Comments
Weekend reading: a State of Politics article about proposed legislation for a WPA-style jobs program in New York State

Jeremy Cohan recently sent along a short article from State of Politics about a recent bill introduced by New York State Assemblywoman Pat Fahy, aimed at helping Millennials laid off from their jobs due to the COVID-19 shutdown. The legislation would create a new WPA-style program that would provide employment in fields like “contact tracing, […]

Jeremy Cohan featured in an article in The New Yorker about an ongoing rent strike at the building in Brooklyn where he lives

Posted by on May 21, 2020 in Activism, Faculty, Interviews, Press | No Comments
Jeremy Cohan featured in an article in The New Yorker about an ongoing rent strike at the building in Brooklyn where he lives

Honors Program Director Jeremy Cohan was interviewed recently for a new article by Emily Witt in The New Yorker about an ongoing rent strike at the apartment building were he lives in Brooklyn. Here are a couple excerpts from the piece that include some of his comments: The buildings at 18, 20, and 22 Goodwin […]

“Your Painting is Unfinished, Just FYI,” the Fine Arts Senior Seminar tumblr

“Your Painting is Unfinished, Just FYI,” the Fine Arts Senior Seminar tumblr

Honors Program and Art History faculty member Anthony Hawley recently sent us the link to “Your Painting is Unfinished, Just FYI,” a tumblr set up as a place student work from the BFA Fine Arts Senior Seminar, in which he also teaches. In a message about the site, he commented: “So far contains a few […]

Today at 3 pm – Farrin Chwalkowski in conversation with Patricia Zalisko, part of a weekly series from The National Association of Women Artists

Posted by on May 15, 2020 in Events, Faculty, Interviews | No Comments
Today at 3 pm – Farrin Chwalkowski in conversation with Patricia Zalisko, part of a weekly series from The National Association of Women Artists

Here’s an announcement from this morning’s SVA Today newsletter about an online event this afternoon featuring SVA Art History faculty member Farrin Chwalkowski and artist Patricia Zalisko. You can click on the image below to join the event at 3 pm, and tune in again each Friday for future interviews.    

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 […]

A FILM BY
 HIROSHI SUNAIRI – Qué Tan Lejos / How Far Am I – Online Premiere, May 2nd at 9 pm NYC time / 7 pm Chihuahua, Mexico time

Posted by on Apr 25, 2020 in Events, Faculty, Film and Video, Screenings | No Comments
A FILM BY
 HIROSHI SUNAIRI – Qué Tan Lejos / How Far Am I – Online Premiere, May 2nd at 9 pm NYC time / 7 pm Chihuahua, Mexico time

Art History faculty member Hiroshi Sunairi sent along the following information about an upcoming online screening of his latest film: early elephant film presents A FILM BY
 HIROSHI SUNAIRI QUÉ TAN LEJOS How Far Am I Poet Jose Rico returns to his hometown Ciudad Juárez in Mexico. He visits old friends, family members and landscapes […]

Shannon Broder featured in a video and profile article on House Beautiful

Shannon Broder featured in a video and profile article on House Beautiful

VCS faculty member (and 2011 alumna) Shannon Broder and her business Broderpress were the subject of a profile last week in House Beautiful. The article and video discuss Shannon’s career as a silkscreen printer, and the Broderpress line of screenprinted animal pillows. Here’s a brief excerpt: From the start of her time at the School […]

Elizabeth Glaessner’s recent exhibition Mother Tongue at P.P.O.W. reviewed by Eric Sutphin in Art in America

Posted by on Apr 13, 2018 in Exhibitions, Faculty, Press | No Comments
Elizabeth Glaessner’s recent exhibition Mother Tongue at P.P.O.W. reviewed by Eric Sutphin in Art in America

  Faculy member Elizabeth Glaessner’s recent P.P.O.W. exhibition Mother Tongue was reviewed earlier this month by Eric Sutphin in Art in America. You can read the review here.  

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