The School of Visual Arts presents ?The Pond, the Mirror, the Kaleidoscope,? an exhibition of emerging and established painters who graduated from SVA and are working in the Symbolist tradition. These ?neo-Symbolists? make mythologcal...Show More Summary
The School of Visual Arts 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 onShow More Summary
Finish, the Apple Design Award-winning task management app created by a duo of high school students received a substantial upgrade to version 2.0 today. The new version brings many visual tweaks and bug fixes throughout the app, but the biggest changes are the addition of several new, highly-requested features. The first new feature is the […]
It’s high time that Summer Camp‘s delightful comeback single “Fresh” got a video. Today the Chic-inspired, 80s high school dance jam got the visual treatment it deserves, replete with bright colors, backwards singing and plenty of flower eating. Now excuse us while we go take our azaleas out of the fridge, and watch the video [...]
Matilde and I. Vinchoa, El Bolivar, Ecuador 2012 Karen Miranda Rivadeneira (b.1983, United States) graduated from the School of Visual Arts before beginning her journey in photography. She has participated in numerous residencies such as Fondazione Ratti’s in Como, Italy, The Wurlitzer foundation in New Mexico and Pour L’Image in Niort, France and Lightwork in […]
Martin Scorsese underscores the importance of visual literacy: We’re face to face with images all the time in a way that we never have been before. And that’s why I believe we need to stress visual literacy in our schools. Young people need to understand that not all images are there to be consumed like […]
Forget your classic Crayola 64 pack from elementary school and ogle over these new expressions of color. Daniel Seung Lee is the photographer behind Crayola Theory. The project is a visual translation of Crayola's crayon titles, using physical objects to match each color's hex code. Show More Summary
Winner of several visual novel game awards, If My Heart Had Wings is a romance title centering around a high school glider club known as the “Soaring Club.” It is a touching story about loss, love, and passion that grips you right by the soul from beginning to end. Read more...
After an extensive national search, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Case Medical Center have named Douglas Rhee, MD, an accomplished glaucoma specialist, eye surgeon and researcher, chair of the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
Louis Grachos, the Ernest and Sarah Butler Executive Director of Austin's historic visual arts institution, AMOA-Arthouse, announced today that this century-old museum and art school is being transformed into a new entity, The Contemporary Austin, with a distinctive vision and mission. Show More Summary
As part of his Masters of Branding study at the School of Visual Arts, Tyler Adam Smith is creating 100 covers for books that should be written, from goofy snarks at popular authors to imagined sequels to beloved books. Read more...
The words "stealth wear" have us thinking of James Bond, undercover spies and other people who don't want to be found. But it could become a fashion trend for the masses One designer, Adam Harvey from the School of Visual Arts, has started designing products that make you invisible to technology. Show More Summary
Before reproducing photographs became efficient and practical, newspapers relied on artists to make visual reports, and this job tested their memory. Many of the painters who later became part of the Ashcan School, such as John Sloan...Show More Summary
The new International Leadership Program in Visual Arts Management – ILPVAM is an advanced executive certificate program offered by three leading institutions: NYU, Deusto Business School (University of Deusto, Spain), and the Guggenheim...Show More Summary
The clues that parents give toddlers about words can make a big difference in how deep their vocabularies are when they enter school, new research at the University of Chicago shows. By using words to reference objects in the visual environment, parents can help young children learn new words, according to the research. Show More Summary
I recently received an invitation to and was encouraged to spread the word about the End of Year Party and Silent Auction being held on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at the School of Visual Arts in New York City to celebrate the completion of the MPS Digital Photography department’s 2013 Summer Session. The silent auction will help [...]
Brooklyn College has appointed Jonathan Wacks as the director of its Barry R. Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema which is slated to welcome its first class in 2015. Mr. Wacks has been the chair of the Department of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College for the last three years and will start his new job in August. Show More Summary
June 21, 2013: 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 selected by Two Coats of Paint.] Image at top: Clare Grill, Game, 2012, oil on linen, 16 x 15 inches. Show More Summary
Tue 09 Jul Let Ansel Adams’ beautiful landscape portraits and the stunning images of the Elysium Antarctic Visual Epic inspire both you and the kids these school...
Andrew Wiggins, arguably the most highly touted basketball prospect since LeBron James, will write the next chapter of his lauded career as a member of Bill Self's Kansas Jayhawks. But while the high school hype machine pegged both players as being a cut above the competition, their respective cuts derive from two starkly different cloths. Show More Summary