This Thursday at 7 pm – Linda Nochlin: The Art Historian as Seen by Artists, a panel discussion at La Maison Francaise moderated by Jovana Stokic

This Thursday at 7 pm – Linda Nochlin: The Art Historian as Seen by Artists, a panel discussion at La Maison Francaise moderated by Jovana Stokic

This Thursday, November 12th at 7 pm, La Maison Française at New York University will present the panel discussion Linda Nochlin: The Art Historian as Seen by Artists. The panel will be moderated by Jovana Stokic, Director of Curatorial Research in the Masters Program in Curatorial Practice at SVA, and curator of the VCS senior […]

This Saturday: “Double Take” at Youme Haus

This Saturday, April 12th from 6 pm to midnight, Youme Haus in Brooklyn will present Double Take, a new exhibition curated by VCS alumnae Brooke Tomiello, Amy Kolenut and Sofia Klapischak. Here’s more information from the show’s press release (which you can also download via this link), along with images of works by a few […]

POSTPONED: The opening reception for “Points of Experience”

The opening reception for the Visual & Critical Studies Program’s senior exhibition has been postponed due to inclement weather. A new date has not yet been set, but will be updated here accordingly. To read a little more about the exhibition, check out the show announcement on the VCS blog. You can also see images […]

This Saturday Night: House Scarf, a weekend residency and installation by Conner Calhoun at Apartment 23

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in Exhibitions, VCS Students | No Comments

Here’s an announcement from VCS students Harris Bauer and Rachel Zaretsky about an exhibition they’ll be hosting this weekend, featuring work by fellow VCS student Conner Calhoun: Hello friends! We would like to invite you to our apartment for an installation of Conner Calhoun’s work through our first weekend residency. Conner will be living with […]

VCS alumnae Brooke Tomiello and Katie Armstrong in “Diff’rent Strokes” at Louis B. James

Posted by on Aug 15, 2013 in Alumni News, Exhibitions, VCS Alumni | No Comments

This month (through August 23rd), Louis B. James on the Lower East Side is showing “Diff’rent Strokes: Small Paintings and Intimate Performances,” an exhibition of works in a variety of mediums and formats. The show features contributions from two VCS alumnae: Brooke Tomiello (2011) has curated a selection of videos, one of which is a […]

This Wednesday evening: a reception for “Handy MInds” at Michael Mut Gallery

Here’s an announcement from VCS alumna Luiza Cardenuto about the opening reception for the second week of Handy Minds, an exhibition she’s curated at Michael Mut Gallery that’s running through August 31st. The show includes work from a wide range of artists, including several VCS faculty members, alumni, and students (you can read a little […]

This Thursday from 5 to 8 pm: Mapping Thinking Spaces at 133 West 21st Street

This Thursday, April 25th from 5 to 8 p.m., the Visual & Critical Studies Department will present Mapping Thinking Spaces, a one-night-only exhibition of site-specific work by 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year VCS students, curated by VCS juniors Lily Lewis, Berny Tan, and Justine Wong. The exhibition will take place in room 404C on the […]

Opening this week: AsymMEtry at Michael Mut Gallery

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013 in Exhibitions, VCS Students | No Comments

This Wednesday, February 13th, Michael Mut Gallery in Manhattan will open the exhibition AsymMEtry, curated by current VCS student Luiza Cardenuto and Marie Katherine Vigneau. Here is a brief description of the show quoted from the gallery’s press release (which you can also download by clicking on this link). AsymMEtry is a visual arts exhibition […]

Now through December 8th: Elect Trick at Michael Mut Gallery, curated by Luiza Cardenuto

For the next couple weeks, the Michael Mut Gallery in New York City will feature “Elect Trick: a Visual Arts Debate on Politics,” an art exhibition and fundraiser for The Love Yourself Project curated by VCS student Luiza Cardenuto. The exhibition includes works by a diverse group of artists, including current VCS students Lucia Hinojosa, […]

Opening this Monday: CLIMB, an exhibition of VCS student art at the Monkey Bar Lounge

Starting this Monday, the SVA student center The Monkey Bar Lounge will host CLIMB, an exhibition of artworks from students in the Visual & Critical Studies program curated by VCS alumna Shannon Broder. The show will run from March 19 to April 9, 2012, with an opening reception scheduled for this Tuesday evening (see below […]

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