:: Beyonce confessed of her initial doubts leading up to her new album’s surprise release, during a screening hosted at New York’s School of Visual Arts. “I just got off the stage, I had a glass of wine and my cousin Angie was like, ‘Are you alright?’ because I was talking to myself and I... More »
[NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 21: Entertainer Beyonce attends a release party and screening for her new self-titled album 'Beyonce' at the School of Visual Arts Theater on December 21, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)] Read more...
Beyonce looked absolutely stunning at her album release party yesterday (Dec. 21). The singer paired a skintight dress with thigh-high boots for the event, held at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In her candid speech, Queen Bey said she experienced doubts just minutes before "Beyonce" was released, explaining, "I was terrified. Show More Summary
Her self-titled record came as a surprise earlier this month, but now it's time to celebrate as Beyoncé held an album release party at the School of Visual Arts Theater in New York City on Saturday (December 21). The "Single Ladies"Show More Summary
Beyoncé showed off her fit frame when she arrived at the official release party for her visual album, Beyoncé, at NYC's School of Visual Arts on Saturday evening. Her glamorous moment out came hot on the heels of a slighty-less-fancy moment on Friday when the superstar surprised shoppers at a Walmart in Tewksbury, MA, on Friday. Show More Summary
Beyonce keeps it sexy in a Tom Ford mosaic black dress while attending a release party and screening for her new self-titled album Beyonce held at the School of Visual Arts Theater on Saturday (December 21) in New York City. The day before, the 32-year-old singer was spotted giving $50 gift cards to people shopping [...]
Christmas, Philadelphia, 2012 Julia Cybularz (b. 1978, United States) earned her MFA from The School of Visual Arts and holds a B.S. in Photography from Drexel University. Her photography and video work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. In 2007, Julia was the recipient of an Aaron Siskind Memorial grant as well as The […]
(Video Link) Student films are looking pretty good these days, full of polished visuals and high definition detail, and this CG short created by six students attending The Animation School in Cape Town, South Africa is a great example of what can be achieved while still in school. Show More Summary
When One Man Left released Tilt to Live 2: Redonkulous a few weeks back, the long-awaited sequel to one of the App Store's all-time classics, there was much rejoicing. It improved upon the original with improved visuals, a multitude of awesome new power-ups, and challenging boss fights. It did all the things you want a
Aymeric Kevin is a graduate of the remarkable Goeblins school in Paris, where he collaborated on the student film Le Royaume. He is now working in Tokyo as an illustrator and visual development artist. His credits include work on Rayman Ledgends for Ubisoft, and his blog and Tumblog feature work from that and other projects. […]
But new research from the University of Washington Information School and Harvard University, closely studying 20 years of student creative writing and visual artworks, hints that the dynamics of creativity may not break down as simply...Show More Summary
Given all the rhetoric in recent years about improving school lunches, it’s nice to actually see improvement— especially in the visually pleasing form of a slideshow. Courtesy of Bon Appétit magazine, the online slideshow includes shots of lunches served in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Tennessee, Massachusetts, New York, and Minnesota. Show More Summary
In 2012, the School of Visual Arts in New York put together a big, striking exhibition of protest posters by 30 artists from around the world responding to the third-term election of Vladimir Putin. The posters were installed upright like picket signs, standing like an army of dissenting bodies. Show More Summary
The persistent ping on your mobile device, non-stop visual alerts next to your app icon and the growing list of unopened subject lines. These all to common experiences validate that the continued use and reliance on email for building relationships, nurturing leads and connecting with customers and prospects for just about any brand. read more
A film student at Manhattan's School of Visual Arts is suing the NYPD after he was arrested for exercising his legal right to film a police precinct earlier this year. Brooklyn resident Justin Thomas, 29, was arrested on April 19th outside of the NYPD’s 72nd Precinct on 4th Avenue in Brooklyn while filming B-roll for a documentary. Show More Summary
Cartoonist Farel Dalrymple is our guest in this episode of "Tell Me Something I Don't Know." His comics career began as part of the Meathaus gang, a loose collective of artists from the School of Visual Arts around the end of the 20th century--Brandon Graham and James Jean know the secret handshake.
(Photos: Cindy Davis) As you put the finishing touches on your Zapf Dingbat Halloween costume (spooky!), feast your candy-craving eyes on the passel of pumpkins created by students at New York’s School of Visual Arts. Designer and faculty...Show More Summary
My change in opinion on this case comes from the visual evidence from the school gym in Valdosta Georgia.The initial reports made it seem like there was a large stack of gym mats that Kendrick climbed on top of to retrieve his shoe and...Show More Summary
School of Visual Arts student composes artful shots through video game, blurring the line between real and digital.
From Newsworks: Photo exhibit opening this week chronicles the 'decline and destruction' of Philly public schools "It's like a visual documentation of what was once a public-school system. This is the beginning of the decline and the...Show More Summary