Strange Currencies: Art & Action in Mexico City, 1990-2000 explores the emergence of experimental artistic practices in 1990s Mexico City, a decade defined by a catastrophic economic crisis, enormous social upheaval and poverty, widespread political corruption, chronic violence, and uncertainty due to the destabilizing effects of globalization.
International Print Center New York’s Print Fest, a two-day print showcase featuring undergraduate and graduate art students from the New York area, begins this Friday, October 16.
The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, & Sculpture welcomes outstanding applicants to apply for a new, fully funded two-year scholarship that will be awarded to the most deserving MFA sculpture candidate beginning his or her graduate studies in the fall of 2016.
PERFORMANCY FORUM QUINQUENNIAL is a 12-day public conference of live performances, talks, discussions, interactivities, workshops, and other projects centering around and presented as performance.
The graduate programs at Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts are recognized by peer institutions for their excellence, earning VCUarts the reputation as one of the top art and design schools in the U.S.
Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) announces the launch of a Master of Design: Design Innovation (MDes) program.
From October 1–31, NYC’s apexart will accept submissions for its Unsolicited Proposal Program, which welcomes exhibition proposals from anyone, anywhere.
A new nonprofit “nomadic contemporary art museum,” known as Black Cube, just launched in Denver.
MECA’s ten-month program prepares artists to become eﬀective art educators who creatively engage children and youth to explore art and have fun in the process.
NYU Steinhardt’s MA program in Visual Arts Administration prepares you for dynamic careers in the nonprofit and commercial art sectors.
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) is hosting two open houses this October.
VCU’s nationally ranked Department of Photography & Film MFA program seeks dynamic emerging artists whose work challenges common definitions of photography and film while maintaining the disciplinary integrity of traditional practice.