The 2011 VCS open studios, part 3

This is the third and final post featuring images from the 2011 VCS open studios (here are links to the first two: part one / part two).

Today’s entry focuses on the 6th-floor studios at 133 West 21st Street. As in the previous post, a selection of student works is presented first, followed by photos taken during the reception on April 28th. You can click on any of the images below to see a larger version.

Prints by Marissa Leah

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Woven photographs by Molly Nadav

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Sculptures by Ranya Asmar

(You can see one more of Ranya’s works in my first post on the 2011 open studios.)

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Collages by Berny Tan

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A handmade book by Betty Laboz, and videos by the first-year students

The monitor in the image above was playing a series of short videos from Amy Wilson’s Foundation Drawing class. I have embedded a couple of them here. You can see more at the VCS Vimeo page.

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/28949292]

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/28949388]

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Works by Autumn Eggleton

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Paintings by Eleni Kontos

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Assemblages by Amanda Spinosa

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Finally, here are some photos taken during the open studios reception on April 28th:

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The spring 2012 semester begins next week. I will be back early in the week with a post about the VCS fourth-year student show “It’s All in Your Head,” which will have its opening reception this Wednesday, January 11, from 6 to 8 p.m.

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