Alumnus Sarah Stephenson (class of 2011) hired as Copy Editor and Publications Coordinator at the New Museum.
Tuesday October 4th, 2011 7pm
133/141 West 21 Street, Room 101C
Is it possible to define a cogent code of ethics in art writing? In this panel discussion, four young contemporary art writers, Adam Kleinman, Quinn Latimer, Patricia Milder and Matthew Schum will investigate the problem of ethics in relation to their own work and to criticism writ large.
The July/August issue of the Brooklyn Rail includes seven pieces by our current students, two pieces by alumni, and two by current faculty
Mark Di Suvero at Governor’s Island by Sara Christoph
Kurt Ralske presents his research into the experimental film work of Fritz Lang and F.W.Murnau. With the rediscovery of this little-known genre, 1920s Berlin moves forwards and backwards in time simultaneously. The price of admission to this parallel universe is only your credulity. “Through the slightest of digital interventions, these lost landmarks of early experimental cinema have been retrieved from the Akashic Record.” The mysteries of the Schüfftan Process will be revealed!
The March 2011 issue of The Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspectives on Art, Politics, and Culture includes pieces by five current or former students in Art Criticism & Writing:
Caroline Dumalin (current first-year), “What Lies Beneath the Roses,” on Will Ryman; Charles Schultz (current second-year), “Patrick Jacobs: Familiar Terrain;” Aimee Walleston (class of 2009), “Dark Star: Stephen Irwin, 1959-2010;” Kara Rooney (class of 2009), Winter @The Kitchen;” and Patricia Milder (class of 2010), “Staging Action: Performance in Photography Since 1960″ and “Cori Olinghouse of Ninja.” Kara and Patricia are Managing Art Editors of the Rail. http://brooklynrail.org.
Kara Rooney, graduating class of 2009, has just published her first book, The Narrative (R)evolution: A Re-Writing of Ideas in the Interplay of Language, Art and Cyberspace, published by VDM Verlag in Germany.
It is now available online at amazon.com.
Christine Licata (ACW Class of 2008) has co-curated an exhibition for Taller Boricua titled “See What I Mean,” that has been extended till January 29, 2011 at the Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center at 1680 Lexington Avenue, between 105th and 106th Streets in New York City. Bringing together visual artists and Nuyorican poets, this exhibition explores the elastic nature of verbal and visual language. Taller Boricua/The Puerto Rican Workshop is a 40-year-old artist-run nonprofit art and gallery and multidisciplinary cultural space in El Barrio. For more information, go to http://www.tallerboricua.org
PAJ: A Journal of Art and Performance has just published a condensed version of Patricia Milder’s (ACW 2010) MFA thesis, “Teaching as Art: The Contemporary Lecture-Performance”
PAJ: A Journal of Art and Performance has just published a condensed version of Patricia Milder’s (ACW 2010) MFA thesis, “Teaching as Art: The Contemporary Lecture-Performance,” in the current issue (97, 2011, pp. 13-27). It deals with works by the Bruce High Quality Foundation, Jérome Bel, the National Theater of the United States of America, and Sharon Hayes, among others. Patricia is currently Managing Art Editor for the Brooklyn Rail and writes regularly on art and dance for the Rail and Art Critical.