SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / Listed south to north. Compiled by artist Andrew Ginzel for his students at the School of Visual Arts. Note: Images have been selected by Two Coats of Paint. Best group show: "The Age of Small Things" curated by Chuck Webster @ Dodge. Show More Summary
Vimeo My 2012 thesis film from the School of Visual Arts. In a barren post-apocalyptic wasteland, a creature and his dog find a radio that may lead them to new life. For more info, visit: http://jdweiss.blogspot.com/p/transmission.html Soundtrack...Show More Summary
Today we featured a visual identity project titled Patch designed by Warren Tey, a student in Visual Communication in Nanyang Technological University, School of Arts, Design and Media in Singapore. Patch is a psychological clinic. Patients are often known mentally ill but psychologists say they are emotionally wounded. Show More Summary
In the aftermath of a tragic Thanksgiving accident, a fundraiser is being held for the family of artist and longtime School of Visual Arts faculty member Ron Baron.
The best test scores don’t always mean the happiest kids at school. The Best Schools and the Happiest Kids visualizes the results from a worldwide survey of over 500,000 15-year-olds globally. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ’s triennial international survey compared test scores from 65 countries. Show More Summary
The School of Visual Arts presents Home Front, the first of two exhibitions of new work by second-year students in the MFA Fine Arts program.
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / Listed south to north. Compiled by artist Andrew Ginzel for his students at the School of Visual Arts. Note: Images have been selected by Two Coats of Paint. Saira McLaren @ Sargent's Daughters LOWER...Show More Summary
The John Oxley Library recently received a wonderful donation of photographs and information relating to Narbethong Special School at Buranda. Narbethong House, as it is commonly known, is a school for visually impaired children which was established in 1963. The collection focuses on the work of Richard Frank Tunley, who was known as the “Fairy Godfather of [...]
The Artist in Residence Program at Noble and Greenough School is an eight-week residential program for visual artists. The program seeks to foster collaborative relationships between the artist and the school’s community of students, faculty and parents. Show More Summary
The continuing education information sessions provide you with the chance to spend an evening with some of New York City’s top creative talent - their faculty. Learn about SVA's courses, get the inside scoop on career opportunities, and discover the latest on the industries’ trends and innovations.
Wait a minute, Snoop Dog = Snoop Lion? I must be getting too old for this… but this music video is kind of cool. Snoop Lion’s homage to old school video games in his latest visual “Get Away,” from his Grammy-nominated album REINCARNATED. [westfesttv]
WORK!!!!!! Beyoncé looked like a scantily clad queen at her self-titled album's celebration and screening at NYC's School of Visual Arts Theater! We can't believe how truly FLAWLESS she is! Take a look at the other stunning looks from this past week. CLICK HERE to see the gallery, "Best Dressed Celebs Of The Week!" CLICK HERE to see [...]
Beyonce made an appearance at the School of Visual Arts in New York City over the weekend, where she played through her 17 Beyonce videos and then took about 10 minutes to answer fan questions submitted through Instagram. “This is a project that I didn’t think was possible,” she told the crowd before opening up... More »
After surprising the world by dropping her staggering self-titled album, and after absolutely owning popular culture for the last week and a half, Beyoncé appeared at New York’s School Of Visual Arts over the weekend. She was there for a screening of all the videos from BEYONCÉ, but she also took a few minutes to [...]
:: 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 [...]