While the pandemic dominated their final year, these artists nonetheless explore broader issues. Here are some highlights.
At the New York-based program for professional curatorial training, faculty and international guests provide expertise and a network of connections.
The priority application deadline is April 1, 2021.
At the New York-based, globally linked program for professional curatorial training, faculty and international guests provide expertise and a network of connections.
Speakers include Legacy Russell, Zoe Leonard, Richard Birkett, Céline Condorelli, Kristina Newman-Scott, Shuddhabrata Sengupta, and more.
The free virtual symposium will take place during Climate Week NYC, from 12 to 7pm (EDT) on September 25, 2020.
As summer winds down, Hyperallergic is continuing to highlight some of the superb work produced by recent MFA graduates from around the country.
On July 16, *We Interrupt This Program… goes live on the School of Visual Arts’s website, with an opening reception taking place on July 18.
The priority deadline for applications is April 1, 2020.
The Innovating Public Art symposium will consider a bevy of questions around public art through discussions with artists like Martin Puryear, Leonardo Drew, and others.
SVA’s Summer Residency offers the benefit of working on SVA’s New York campus, helping to create a community and expand residents networks.
Five exhibitions and one symposium telling stories on undocumented immigrants, expression and censorship, queer artists and the AIDS crisis, the armed conflict in Columbia, the abstraction of language, and party-as-platform to transfer knowledge between bodies and environments.