Around SVA

September 19, 2003

In the galleries: Revisiting Art History: Painting & Photography, September 20 – October 11; Reception: September 24, 5 – 7pm, Westside Gallery, 141 West 21st Street.

In the theater: On September 24 there will be a screening of Animated Century, a two-hour history of animation program hosted by characters Professor Elderberry and Horace, designed by Bill Plympton (BFA 1969 Media Studies). Animated Century was co-written and co-directed by Irina Margolina, an instructor in the Film, Video and Animation Department, and features clips from over 160 films from 26 countries. It is scheduled to air on Bravo on September 26. The SVA screening will take place at 7pm in the Gene Stavis Theatre, 209 East 23rd Street, Room 502.

Image: Vivian Massry, Jessica, 2003, from Revisiting Art History

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September 5, 2003

Big, Strong and Beautiful: An exhibition of works by students from the BFA Fine Arts Department, curated by department chair Jeanne Siegel.

James J. Williams: An exhibition featuring works by Williams, a 2003 graduate from the BFA Photography Department. The exhibition is curated by department chair Stephen Frailey.

Both exhibitions will be held September 4 through September 20. The reception will take place September 9, from 5 – 7 pm, Visual Arts Gallery, 137 Wooster Street.

Eric Meola, a photographer renowned for his documentation of remote cultures, ceremonies and wildlife, will visit SVA on September 18, at 6:30pm. Meola’s work has been published extensively in publications such as Esquire, Life and Time, and he has produced advertising campaigns for clients such as American Express, BMW, IBM, Johnnie Walker and Timberland. The event will take place in the Amphitheater, 209 East 23rd Street. Admission is $10 or free to Camera Club of New York members and SVA students, faculty and staff. Photo ID is required for entry.

Image: James J. Williams, Snowman, 2003

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