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 Virtual Drawing Marathon #6: The Nightmare on Main Street (Celebrating Halloween), Thursday October 29th from 6:30 to 8PM 

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Announcing Virtual Drawing Marathon #6: The Nightmare on Main Street (Celebrating Halloween), Thursday October 29th from 6:30 to 8PM 

  Virtual Drawing Marathon #6 The Nightmare on Main Street (Celebrating Halloween)     Thursday, October 29th from 6:30 to 8PM Drawing from knowledge, memory and imagination, participants will create drawings inspired by horror movies, Halloween and all things scary. Required supplies: 30 sheets of paper and any drawing materials that allow for quick, loose […]

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 […]

Welcome back!

Welcome back!

With the start of a new academic year, we’d like to offer a warm welcome all of you who are new to the Visual & Critical Studies Program, and welcome back our returning students, faculty, and everyone else in the VCS community. Although this semester is bound to be fairly different due to our temporary […]

This Monday, August 24th at 6:30: SVA Continuing Education presents a Virtual Drawing Marathon with VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff

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This Monday, August 24th at 6:30: SVA Continuing Education presents a Virtual Drawing Marathon with VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff

            Virtual Drawing Marathon with Peter Hristoff This complementary drawing session, with long-time SVA faculty member Peter Hristoff, uses working from memory, imagination and word association to create 30 fast, loose drawings. We tap into surrealism, popular culture,and current events -the zeitgeist- to draw in a spontaneous, free way, letting go […]

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 […]

Catching up with Third Project Curatorial about cloud 9, on view through August 17th in the virtual Flatiron Project Space

Catching up with Third Project Curatorial about cloud 9, on view through August 17th in the virtual Flatiron Project Space

Back on March 8th, I posted an interview with VCS alumnae Victoria Hristoff and Gabriella Moreno, a.k.a. Third Project Curatorial, whose show cloud 9 was set to open in the Flatiron Project Space at the end of that week. Two days later on the 10th, SVA closed its campus and temporarily postponed all exhibitions in […]

Max Kornfield wins the 2020 Leipzig International Art Program residency

Posted by on Jul 22, 2020 in Alumni News, Awards, Residencies, VCS Alumni | No Comments
Max Kornfield wins the 2020 Leipzig International Art Program residency

  2021 Leipzig International Art Program BFA Visual & Critical Studies is very happy to announce the awardee of the Leipzig International Art Program for 2021.  The residency winner was chosen by a committee of VCS faculty from a talented pool of recent VCS graduates. Max Kornfield is this year’s awardee, granted a 6-month residency in Leipzig, […]

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