- LAST CHANCE: “Seamless,” an exhibition of thesis work from the first graduating class of the MPS Digital Photography Department, curated by Dan Halm; “New Releases,” an exhibition showcasing artists who participated in the BFA Photography Department’s 2008 PhotoGlobal program, a one-year residency for emerging photographers from around the world, curated by Marc Joseph; “Rooted,” an exhibition featuring the work of Lisa Elmaleh (BFA 2007 Photography), the 2007 recipient of the Tierney Grant in Photography; and “Parma, Young Photographers: Identity/Identities,” the first of a two-part exhibition from a new collaboration between the BFA Photography Department and the city of Parma, Italy. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, through Saturday, November 15.
- “Continuous Current,” an exhibition featuring the work of current MFA Computer Art Department students, alumni and faculty. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, through Wednesday, November 26.
- “The Book Show,” an exhibition of 20 books by students in the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Department. Based on personal experiences, the works on view include children’s books, graphic novels and comic books and explore themes from treasure-hunting to hydrophobia, curated by Department Chair Marshall Arisman and faculty member Carl Nicholas Titolo; “Credible Correspondence (Travels of the Imagination),” an exhibition by first- and second-year students in the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Department featuring found and fabricated postcards, all bearing the marks of passage and postage, curated by Carl Nicholas Titolo; “The Call of Cthulhu,” an exhibition of sequential narratives based upon the 1928 short story The Call of Cthulhu by H.P. Lovecraft, curated by faculty member Viktor Koen; “Transitions,” an exhibition of artwork by students in the BFA Visual and Critical Studies Department, including painting, photography, video, drawing, collage and artists’ books, curated by Department Chair Tom Huhn. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, November 21 – December 13; Reception: Tuesday, November 25, 6 – 8pm.
- “The Masters Series: April Greiman,” a retrospective exhibition honoring April Greiman, one of the first American designers to embrace digital technologies, which explores the intersection of art, design and architecture. Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street, through Saturday, December 13.
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