Art Criticism and Writing alumni Kara Rooney (graduating class of 2009) has been a monthly contributor to the Brooklyn Rail for a while and she was just made a Managing Editor.
Since graduating from SVA in 2008, Sophie Landres has served as the director of Mireille Mosler gallery, curated several art shows independent of the gallery, participated in the Creative Capitol Arts Writing Workshop and wrote several art reviews for various publications including the Brooklyn Rail and Wild Magazine. This Fall she began a PhD program at Stony Brook University in Art History.
Art Criticism and Writing alumni Jeff Edwards frequently has articles and essays published in the magazine, ArtPulse. Check out his latest, Sharon Hayes: Love is Just a Battle Away.
Art Criticism and Wiring alumni Lita Talarico (graduating class of 2007) has co-authored another book, Graphic; Inside the Sketchbooks of the World’s Great Graphic Designers published by Thames + Hudson. Other books co-authored by Lita are, Design School Confidential: Extraordinary Class Projects from International Design Schools, Published by Rockport Publishers, Inc. 2009 and, The Design Entrepreneur; Turning Graphic Design into Goods that Sell, Rockport Publishers, Inc., 2008.
In Conversation with Jonas Mekas, Brooklyn Rail, November issue
by Juliet Helmke, Noah Dillon, Margaret Graham, Taylor Ruby, Caroline Dumalin, Sara Christoph, Tom Winchester, Aldrin Valdez, Jillann Hertel, Suzanne Brancaccio, Nayun Lee, Ambereen Karamat, and Marco Greco
The Fall 2010 Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture presents Phong Bui, Either/Or, Tuesday, October 12, 2010.
Artist, Writer, independent curator (P.S.1 curatorial advisor 2007-2010) and Co-Founder, Editor/Publisher of the monthly journal The Brooklyn Rail, The Brooklyn Rail/ Black Square Editions, and Host/Producer of Off the Rail on Art International Radio. Currently teaching at University of Pennsylvania MFA Program and School of Visual Arts Graduate Program in Art Criticism & Writing as a Senior Critic. Installation work has received the Award in Art from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the Eric Isenburger Annual Prize for Installation from the National Academy Museum (2003).
Lectures are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. SEATING MAY BE LIMITED.
If you are interested in learning more about our program or applying, we suggest that you join us for our next Information Session about the program on October 23, 2010.
October 23rd 2010
132 W 21st Street, 7th floor
New York, NY 10011
If you have additional questions about this information session, please contact us.
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts will host a booksigning on September 29, 2010, from 6-8 pm, for the monograph Hannah Wilke by Nancy Princenthal, published by Prestel.
Join us on Thursday, December 16 at 7PM for a guest lecture with Katy Siegel. Katy Siegel’s new book, Since ’45: America and the Making of Contemporary Art, details the collision of American History and modern art.
At a time when art is being publicly gamed to exhaustion, can we still, or again, speak sensibly of what we like about it, deep down? Join us for a lecture with Peter Schjeldahl on Thursday, November 18 at 7PM.