- Communication Arts profiled alumnus John Hendrix (MFA 2003 Illustration as Visual Essay) in an eight-page spread in the September/October issue. The article gives an overview of Hendrix’s career as an illustrator, including his stint as assistant art director at The New York Times and his SVA thesis project about real and imagined disasters, The Worst of Times.
- BFA Illustration and Cartooning faculty member Peter Kuper was just interviewed by Design Arts Daily about the publication of his book Diario de Oaxaca: A Sketchbook Journal of Two Years in Mexico. Kuper is also the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, 594 Broadway, Suite 401, which runs through Wednesday, November 25.
- Alumnus Melanie Flood (BFA 2001 Photography) was recently featured in The New York Times‘ blog The Local for the gallery she runs out of her Brooklyn home, Melanie Flood Projects. By hanging art on her living room walls and inviting strangers into her home, Flood attempts to bring exposure to emerging photographers and help people engage with art in an intimate setting. Read the full article here.
September 29, 2009