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How I Won the Minnesota Twins’ Mascot Race

My high school cross country coach was a big believer in visualization. The day before an important meet, he’d have the entire team lie down on the grass or the gym floor, and he’d tell each of us to picture how the race would unfold. Show More Summary

Brooks Institute, Hallmark Institute to Close

California-based Brooks Institute and Massachusetts-based Hallmark Institute of Photography have cancelled classes for the fall and announced plans to close down. The two schools, both private for-profit visual arts colleges, have struggled over the past decade with declining enrollments, financial stress, and management shake-ups. Show More Summary

Sudden closure of visual arts school leaves students in the lurch

The Brooks Institute, a for-profit Ventura visual arts school, is shutting down immediately, amid questions from students, faculty and alumni.  Brooks abruptly stopped enrolling students and announced that classes won’t resume in the fall.  “The campus will close completely, effective October 31,...

Interactive Maps of the Metropolitan Museum Offer Fresh Views of Its Permanent Collections

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

It's fun to wander around the Metropolitan Museum of Art without a paper guide, but students in the School of Visual Arts' MFA Visual Narrative program have created a number of creative, interactive maps for the museum well worth consulting.

KRASH Faces Real Life With A Stormy Video For "Young"

On the occasion of his film school graduation, the London producer debuts a stunning new visual.

Trailer for KILLING ED

Trailer for KILLING ED from Visual Truth Projects on Vimeo.Trailer for the feature-length documentary, KILLING ED, about charter schools, corruption and the rise of the Gülen Movement in America.

VR without goggles: “Field Trip to Mars” sends a souped up school bus to space

Winning 19 awards at Cannes last month, "Field Trip to Mars" is an innovative group VR experience powered by stunning real-time visuals and a bus-load of tech.

Kevin Hong

Kevin Hong is a New York based illustrator who works in the fantasy art genre. Having graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2015, Hong’s portfolio is not yet extensive, but shows great promise in his engaging blend of influences from Japanese anime and US/European fantasy art. I particularly enjoy his use of color […]

RIP Dave Heath – Friend, Mentor, Teacher: 1931-2016

2 months agoArts / Photography : Photoinduced

One of the most influential photographers in my life has passed. I went to a particular school,Ryerson in Toronto, just to make sure I could learn from him. We became friends, and what he taught me, is deeply ingrained in my visual thought process. Here is the obit from NYT. The following is an article […]

Why Is Branding Still Like Molding Fog?

Photo courtesy of Unsplash Two years ago, Sarah Fudin Hermalyn was getting her masters degree at The School of Visual Arts in New York City. For her senior thesis, she reached out to 100 top design and marketing professionals and asked for their definition of that five-letter ephemera called “Brand”. It was [...]

Two Weeks, Two Art World Centers: Earn an Art and Business Executive Certificate in Bilbao and New York

2 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

The NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, Deusto Business School (University of Deusto, Spain), and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao jointly present the International Leadership Program in Visual Arts Management (ILPVAM), a unique executive certificate program for visual arts administrators.

Shockingly, Rob Zombie's New Movie Looks Exactly Like All of Rob Zombie's Old Movies

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

The trailer for Rob Zombie’s 31 is here, and it contains all of his trademark flourishes: evil clowns, chainsaws, other visual homages to 1970s horror, redneck drawls, overwrought one-liners (“Murder school is now in session!”), copious shots of Sheri Moon Zombie’s midriff, and cartoonish violence. Read more...

How Cooley High and Good Times shone a spotlight on Chicago Public Schools

Editor's note: The Reader-has teamed up with Renata Cherlise, the founder of Blvck Vrchives, "a curated visual journey through history," to create multimedia narratives of black life in Chicago using the Sun-Times archive. This week's feature explores the real Cooley High and the 1975 film of the same name. …

The Missing Links: Don't Forget to Wear Safety Goggles

2 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Here's a visual reminder of why you should wear protective eyewear.  Intriguing Headline of the Day: The Key to Life on Earth May Have Been Projectile Sun Barf It’s been three decades since Ferris Bueller skipped school. Here’s what...Show More Summary

Burning Man's La Contessa Is Not Visual Art Under VARA

The legendary La Contessa which once started off life as a school bus but later transformed into a model replica of a 16th century Spanish galleon did not qualify as visual art under the federal Visual Artists Rights Act and other implicated Nevada laws, the Ninth Circuit ruled. For those......

Art School Exhibition Explores the Politics of Pop Culture

29 students from the School of Visual Arts display political works through painting, sculpture, performance, and installation.

Schoolboy Q and Kanye West Share "That Part" Video

Schoolboy Q and Kanye’s slick new joint “That Part” now has a woozy set of visuals to go along with it featuring, among other things, Kanye stopping a school bus to rap in front of it. Watch below:Q’s still untitled new album is out July 8. Continue reading

A Visual Tour of One of the Best Preserved Ghost Towns in America

3 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

In the short video “The Ghost Town Stuck in Time,” Great Big Story tours Bodie, venturing into its abandoned saloon, elementary school, and general store.

“Art Is a Demanding Mistress”: Carrie Mae Weems Delivers a Poetic Commencement Speech

3 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

On Wednesday, at Manhattan's famed Radio City Music Hall, artist Carrie Mae Weems delivered a powerful commencement address to 1,100 graduates of the School of Visual Arts.

High-Power Prismatic Devices May Further Expand Visual Fields for Patients with Hemianopia

Researchers from the Schepens Eye Research Institute of Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Harvard Medical School have designed three new eyeglasses using high-power prisms to optimally expand the visual fields of patients with hemianopia, a condition in which the visual fields of both eyes are cut by half. Show More Summary

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