No Fixed Address: SVA Hosts Panel Discussion on Art as Advocacy for the Homeless

No Fixed Address: SVA Hosts Panel Discussion on Art as Advocacy for the Homeless

December 10, 2014

As temperatures drop, homelessness in the city becomes a pressing concern for New Yorkers. A recent panel discussion hosted by BFA Visual & Critical Studies in partnership with More Art, “No Fixed Address: Art as an Advocacy Tool for the Homeless,” addressed the ways art can be used as a transformative tool for those without homes. Continue Reading…

SVA’s Veterans Coalition for the Arts Presents ‘Camaraderie’ Exhibition

SVA’s Veterans Coalition for the Arts Presents ‘Camaraderie’ Exhibition

December 10, 2014

A new exhibition of work by SVA alumni opens a window onto the experience of our military and the College’s own history. Organized by the Veterans Coalition for the Arts, a collective of veterans studying at SVA, “Camaraderie” features paintings, photographs and mixed-media works by students Brandon Michael Hall, U.S. Marine Corps (BFA Photography); Kylene Kasch, U.S. Marine Corps (MFA Art Therapy); Chris Miller, U.S. Air Force (BFA Design);  Gerald Sheffield, U.S. Army (BFA Fine Arts);  JuanPablo Tafur, U.S. Air Force (BFA Design); and alumnus Hector Rene,U.S. Army (BFA 2014 Photography). Kasch and Miller are the co-curators.
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SVA Opens Offices in Seoul and Shanghai

SVA Opens Offices in Seoul and Shanghai

December 8, 2014

For SVA’s Korean and Chinese students and their families, study in the U.S. presents unique challenges. There’s mastering English and American slang, adjusting to cultural differences, and finding common ground to make friends. After graduation, there is another transition to the career world, whether alumni start their professional lives in the U.S. or back home. To help, the College recently opened offices in Seoul and Shanghai, where members of the SVA community can meet up in pursuit of their career goals.

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