- Work Zone. NYC ACM Siggraph presents an informal monthly series where digital artists and animators present and discuss recent work. This month’s guests are Phoebe Legere, Barbara Nessim, and Arleen Schloss. It takes place April 2, 6pm – 8pm at the SVA Computer Art Department, 141 West 21 Street, room 301-C. For more information, please contact series moderator Trilby Schreiber at email@example.com, or visit http://nyc.siggraph.org.
- Spring 2003 Poetry Slam. The Humanities and Sciences Department is sponsoring this event, which takes place April 4 at 7pm in the Amphitheater, 209 East 23 Street (3rd floor). The MC is SVA instructor Joseph Verilla, with guest poets Pedro Pietri and Ray DiPalma (SVA faculty). Students are invited to sign up a 6:30pm for the open mike portion of the event.
- Contemporary Religion and Art panel discussion. This event, presented by the Fine Arts Department, takes place April 8 at 8pm in the Amphitheater. The panel is moderated by SVA instructor Bill Beckley and includes Ghada Amer, Eleanor Heartney Robert Longo, and Tom McEvilley. The panel will explore the intricacies and interactions of secular art, religious art, and various permutations.
Just in time for Women in History Month, the third annual Women’s Leadership Reception will be held on March 26 at 5pm in the George Washington Mezzanine (23rd Street and Lexington Avenue). This annual event, hosted by the Office of Campus Life, recognizes women student leaders at SVA in the areas of residence life, student government, community service, and involvement with international students. At the event, SVA alumna Gail Anderson (BFA Graphic Design, 1984) will be speaking on life after college and her role in the art world today. For more information, contact the Office of Campus Life at 592.2153.
Goddesses, Wonder Women, and Riot Grrls. This Art History Department panel features Kathleen Hanna and Carolee Schneemann. It’s happening March 27 at 7pm, SVA Amphitheater, 209 East 23 Street (3rd floor).