Visual Arts News

  The Student Spotlight series aims to highlight the work of current MFA students, asking them to share thoughts on their practice by answering curated and peer-submitted questions. Timothy Charles Roseborough is a first-year student in the Visual Arts Program.
The Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University has announced the selection of five Mary MacKall Gwinn Hodder Fellows for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The Student Spotlight series aims to highlight the work of current MFA students, asking them to share thoughts on their practice by answering curated and peer-submitted questions. Yasi Alipour is a first-year student in the Visual Arts Program.
  Visual Arts Program faculty member Sarah Sze is one of four artists featured in one of the most talked-about and long-awaited New York public infrastructure projects in recent memory.
The release party and book signing for Let It Bleed by visual artist and alumna, Rona Yefman ‘09 was last month. The book was published by Little Big Man Press.
The Student Spotlight series aims to highlight the work of current MFA students, asking them to share thoughts on their practice by answering curated and peer-submitted questions. Nash Cohen Glynn is a second-year student in the Visual Arts Program.
The Student Spotlight series aims to highlight the work of current MFA students, asking them to share thoughts on their practice by answering curated and peer-submitted questions. Jacqueline Leigh Silberbush is a second-year student in the Visual Arts Program. What themes or subjects are you currently addressing in your work?
Visual Arts Alum, Megan Foster ‘02 is featured at the Black & White Gallery this winter. The exhibition, Illuminating, will show from October 28th to December 23rd, 2016.
  The BRIC Biennial: Volume II, Bed Stuy/Crown Heights Edition, currently on view in Brooklyn, features work by two Visual Arts alumni Kambui Olujimi '13 and Ilana Harris-Babou '16.
The Whitney Museum of American Art has announced the 63 artists that will be featured in this year’s Whitney Biennial, and the list includes nine School of the Arts affiliates. The Biennial is an exhibition that takes place every two years and aims to highlight the work of lesser known contemporary artists.
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