Opening this Thursday, January 17th in the SVA Chelsea Gallery: Super! Fun! Elastic! Sinister!, co-curated by VCS alumnus Will Patterson and the Weird Eggplant Collective

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Opening this Thursday, January 17th in the SVA Chelsea Gallery: Super! Fun! Elastic! Sinister!, co-curated by VCS alumnus Will Patterson and the Weird Eggplant Collective

Here’s an announcement we received today from VCS alumnus Will Patterson about the opening reception this Thursday (January 17) for a show in the SVA Chelsea Gallery he’s co-curated with Min Ding, Marianna Peragallo, Wushuang Tong, his collaborators in the Weird Eggplant Collective: Hi VCS,  I am exhibiting in a group show I co-curated at […]

Announcing “Make It Look Like an Accident,” January 12-February 2 in the SVA Flatiron Gallery and Project Space, with a reception on January 15

Announcing “Make It Look Like an Accident,” January 12-February 2 in the SVA Flatiron Gallery and Project Space, with a reception on January 15

  Make It Look Like an Accident Saturday, January 12 – Saturday, February 2 Reception: Tuesday, January 15, 6:00 – 8:00pm   School of Visual Arts presents BFA Visual & Critical Studies’ 2019 senior thesis exhibition, “Make It Look Like an Accident,” curated by Storm Ascher (BFA 2018 Visual & Critical Studies). The exhibition will […]

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., […]

Hosting Projects at Swampspace for Miami Art Week, December 4-8

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Hosting Projects at Swampspace for Miami Art Week, December 4-8

                          Next week, Swampspace in Miami’s Design District will host Well, acting itself if a form of disobedience, always, an exhibition of works by Marcel Alcala, Diana Lozano and Lucia Del Sanchez organized by Hosting Projects, the collaborative venture launched several years ago […]

Julia Santoli in Siren Sore: “oneiric receiver (((night throat)))” with Trevor Saint & Graciela Cassel, Wednesday November 28 at ISSUE Project Room, and in Panoply Performance Lab’s METaMORPHOSIS, this Sunday the 18th at 104 Meserole St. in Brooklyn

Julia Santoli in Siren Sore: “oneiric receiver (((night throat)))” with Trevor Saint & Graciela Cassel, Wednesday November 28 at ISSUE Project Room, and in Panoply Performance Lab’s METaMORPHOSIS, this Sunday the 18th at 104 Meserole St. in Brooklyn

Here’s an announcement from VCS alumna Julia Santoli about the final event in her 2018 residency at ISSUE Project Room, coming up on November 28th, and another event that she’ll be in this Sunday in Brooklyn.   Dear friends, I would like to invite you to the final presentation of my 2018 residency at Issue […]

Tomorrow (Sunday, October 7th) – VCS alumna Julia Santoli presents Becoming Otherwise // Sunday Service at Knockdown Center

Tomorrow (Sunday, October 7th) – VCS alumna Julia Santoli presents Becoming Otherwise // Sunday Service at Knockdown Center

  Sunday Service @ Knockdown Center Sunday, October 7 7PM   Becoming Otherwise ALTER PIE root al “beyond” suffix ter “other”  intransitive sense “ to become otherwise” STATE Sta- “to stand, make or be firm” Julia Santoli’s Sunday Service, entitled Becoming Otherwise, explores unfixed territories and altered states featuring five artists whose work enacts and conjures […]

Nicole Della Costa in the two-person exhibition En+Theos, opening this Thursday, September 27th at Fábrica Bhering in Rio de Janeiro

Nicole Della Costa in the two-person exhibition En+Theos, opening this Thursday, September 27th at Fábrica Bhering in Rio de Janeiro

2017 VCS alumna Nicole Della Costa and artist Júlia Brandão will have work on display later this week in the two-person exhibition En+Theos at Fábrica Bhering in Rio de Janeiro as part of this year’s Rio Art Fair. The exhibition will be on display from this Thursday, September 27th through Sunday the 30th. Nicole’s contribution […]

More upcoming events featuring VCS alumna Julia Santoli

More upcoming events featuring VCS alumna Julia Santoli

As a follow-up to last week’s post about VCS alumna Julia Santoli’s recent performance at The Drawing Center, here’s some information about four more events she’ll be taking part in over the next few weeks. I’ve included event descriptions with Julia’s comments below, and will post updates about each as it approaches.     MoMA […]

Julia Santoli in performance with Leila Bordreuil and Tamio Shiraishi at The Drawing Center this Thursday, September 13th at 6:30 pm

Julia Santoli in performance with Leila Bordreuil and Tamio Shiraishi at The Drawing Center this Thursday, September 13th at 6:30 pm

VCS alumna Julia Santoli just sent us an announcement of a performance she’s doing in collaboration with Leila Bordreuil and Tamio Shiraishi at The Drawing Center this Thursday evening. Here’s a full description from The Drawing Center’s website:   Performance with Leila Bordreuil, Julia Santoli, and Tamio Shiraishi   Tickets $10 via Eventbrite here. Cellist […]

This Sunday in Venice, CA – w.i.p: an installation of works by Lauren Taylor presented by Hosting Projects

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This Sunday in Venice, CA – w.i.p: an installation of works by Lauren Taylor presented by Hosting Projects

Today we’ve got an announcement from 2015 VCS alumnae Harris Bauer and Rachel Zaretsky about an exhibition that’s taking place this Sunday in Venice, California, presented by their collaborative venture Hosting Projects:   Please join us for an installation in the garden this Sunday, September 2nd, featuring works by Lauren Taylor. Come early ~ stay […]

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