Derek Muller (Pepperdine), The Wrong Sort of Law School Applicants, Visualized: There's good news and bad news for law schools. The good news is that total law school applicants appear to be reaching the bottom. After projections last year that the worst may be yet to come, it appears that...
“Art school really is the only game in town for aspiring artists, and “more artists now come through art programs in the United States each year than were produced by the city-states of Florence and Venice during the entire fifteenth century.”
Rather than go for blunt messaging to discuss the environment for the World Wildlife Fund, Grey Group Shanghai (with the help of a group of local 10th grade high school students) opted for a mix of subtlety and visual trickery to blur...Show More Summary
Join the School of Visual Arts from July 6—31st for the second year of a new summer residency program, “Typography as Language!” Design a typeface and use it in a project of your choosing in any media—on screen or on paper. Each student will have 24-hour access to the Type as Language studio in New York’s […]
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / March 17, 2015 / 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.[Image at top: John Junek, Leprechaun Painter, 2012, digital painting, 16 x 20 inches. Show More Summary
Some parents believe the school is trying to put a positive spin on slavery. Parents in Johns Creek, Georgia are upset about a middle school visual rhetoric assignment that asked students to identify and analyze features of a Reconstruction-era editorial cartoon depicting blacks in a situation that is “worse than slavery,” WSBTV reports. Show More Summary
Legendary comics artist Fred Fredericks died this week. After attending New York’s School of Visual Arts in the period following the Korean War, Fredericks started drawing historical comics that attracted the attention of comic book editors. Show More Summary
Parents in Johns Creek, Georgia are upset about a middle school visual rhetoric assignment that asked students to identify and analyze features of a Reconstruction-era editorial cartoon depicting blacks in a situation that is “worse than slavery,” WSBTV reports. The cartoon, drawn by...
Meyhem and Bronson are doing shady deals out the back of the old schools in the new visual for the Buckwild produced “100 MPH”, off his Silk Pyramids LP. We spoke to Meyhem and Buck about the album when it dropped for one of our In The Lab features, be sure to check that out […]
Researchers at Georgia Tech, Emory University School of Medicine, and Yerkes National Primate Research Center have created a way to visualize the simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) replication process in real time and in vivo. By using...Show More Summary
Applications are now available for SVA's Summer Residencies in New York City, offering artists, designers, and creative thinkers time, space, and a supportive community in which to develop ideas and focus on their artistic direction...
Here's a brilliant visual history of the Bauhaus school, arguably the most influential design movement of the 20th century (think Interstate signs, think Ikea), courtesy of Aram Ltd..
Beyond the avian imagery, Birdman and Black Swan have a lot in common. Two stars, two opening nights, two perfectionists and one stage. "The Visual Similarities of Birdman and Black Swan" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
Old school mechanics and retro visuals are enjoying a renaissance lately, thanks in part to a growing number of developers that are turning away from the exorbitant costs that come with making big budget games to focus on more intimate, and often personal, projects. Developed by OhNoo, a studio comprised of three developers, the dark […]
The art world is not a market. It’s a conversation. MFA Art Practice at the School of Visual Arts is a low-residency, interdisciplinary graduate program that aims to create a global community and conversation within the arts.
CALLING: artists, makers, visual thinkers, students and practitioners of design, urbanism, architecture, landscape, planning and other allied disciplines. Images and techniques that portray the process of revealing design in all its forms are invited for a peer-reviewed exhibition and publication. Show More Summary
From pop art to poetry, most art forms have found a foothold on school curriculums. But even as tech advancements allow video games to grow ever more expansive in theme and visuals, it’s unlikely that Child of Light will be knocking the Brontës off the reading list anytime soon. Show More Summary
Visual novels are nothing new in Japan but they're still incredibly niche in the west. I don't think we'll be seeing copies of Clannad or School Days on the shelves of Gamestop anytime soon, but they're gradually finding their way onto...Show More Summary
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / January 23, 2015 / 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. [Image: Installation View of "Terra Infirma," Linda Herritt (left) and Elana Herzog (right). Show More Summary
In the early 1970s, Chris Stein was a student at the School of Visual Arts in New York, spending his off-hours photographing the pre-Giuliani Big Apple of garbage strikes, murder, muggings, and a Midtown more S&M than M&M (see this....