Entries by Thatiana Oliveira

Best Summer Reads 2018

We asked our MFA in Visual Art students for their top summer reading picks! Seeing America: Women Photographers Between the World Wars – Melissa A. McEuen, Ph.D A meticulously researched, insightful, and thoroughly entertaining look at five women photographers who captured American History better than any others during the inter-war period. Jaime Tamrakar, 2nd semester […]

Faculty Member Cauleen Smith Interviewed in FEMEXFILMARCHIVE

Interview by Jazmyn Wright. Cauleen Smith is an interdisciplinary filmmaker whose work is rooted in a mid-twentieth century experimental film framework. She uses science fiction, third world cinema, and structuralism, to make “things that deploy the tactics of these disciplines while offering a phenomenological experience for spectators and participants.” Her work has shown nationally and […]

Alumni Diedra Kruger and Dana Wigdor @ Gallery 3711

Planetary Psalms: New paintings by Dana Wigdor and Jasmine Ruulze, curated by Diedra Kruger December 18, 2017 – March 16, 2018 Gallery 3711 3711 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 9-5 or by appointment gallery@sciencecenter.org Reception: Thursday, January 25th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Gallery 3711 is pleased to present “Planetary Psalms” […]

Alumnus Linda King-Ferguson @ White Columns

White Columns Online ‘Stomach Acid Reflux’ curated by Ellie Rines Stomach Acid Reflux, an online inventory that deals with the human body in a way that is somehow both grotesque and formally elegant. Traditional themes–still life, formal abstraction–and traditional composition–symmetry, etc…– i.e. artistic practice of control is confounded by dysfunction and absurdity. Fake vomit on a […]

Faculty Member Faith Wilding @ Western Exhibitions

Faith Wilding Un-Natural Parables November 3, 2017 – December 22, 2017 In Galleries One & Two Western Exhibitions is thrilled to present a two-part solo exhibition, Un-Natural Parables, by pioneering feminist artist Faith Wilding. In Gallery 1, the gallery will present Natural Parables, a body of work last exhibited in 1985; large watercolor/drawing hybrids paired […]

VCFA MFA Visual Art Program | Open Call For Emerging Artist

The MFA in Visual Art program at Vermont College of Fine Arts is calling for emerging artists to participate in an upcoming online video festival called immigration | imagination. The video exhibition will be juried by artist, curator, and MFA in Visual Art faculty member Việt Lê with support from VCFA. This is an opportunity […]

Alumna Tania Kupczak @ Ghost Gallery, Seattle

11th Annual Holiday Mini Exhibit at Ghost Gallery in Seattle. “not afraid of… After being confronted last autumn with some very scary things, I started drawing images which named things I was NOT afraid of, in order to help calm myself and restore my sense of safety and power. The boxwood wreath is always the […]

Alumna Thais Mather Solo Show @ Form & Concept

Thais Mather: Reckless Abandon November 24, 2017-February 18, 2018 Reckless Abandon Events Opening Reception | Friday, November 24, 2017 from 5-7 pm — RSVP on Facebook Reckless Abandon: A Reading | Saturday, November 25, 2-3 pm — RSVP on Facebook Reckless Abandon: Performance | Friday, December 15, 5-7 pm — RSVP on Facebook “I think people are getting these […]