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Junior Review ?>

Junior Review

TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SENIOR THESIS STUDIES

Please submit a thumb drive with the following material:

  • COVER SHEET: Name, email, phone, and your thesis advisor.
  • WORK: 10 to 15 high-quality jpegs /pdf of work or 10 minutes (approx.) total of film/video pieces.
  • CLASSES: List all art and art history courses current and past. Include grades received.
  • STATEMENT: Maximum 300-word about the work you wish to pursue. (Discuss concept, medium, and stylistic approach).
    Note: We strongly encourage you to consult a faculty member for help selecting portfolio works and writing your statement.
  • LABEL thumb drive with name and enclose in an envelope with name and email on front.

MATERIAL DUE DATE: Wednesday, April 12th by 11:30am.

  • Drop off in room 423. Mailbox: Casey Ruble
  • Pickup of application in room 423 after 6pm.

 

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Susan Lipani Travel Grant ?>

Susan Lipani Travel Grant

The Department of Theatre and Visual Arts is pleased to announce the 2017 Susan Lipani Travel Grant, which will provide two outstanding Sophomore or Junior Visual Arts majors with grants of $1500 each, for independent travel during the summer of 2017, or during the winter break in January, 2018.

HOW TO APPLY: Sophomore and Junior Visual Arts majors working in the following concentrations are eligible: Painting & Drawing | Film & Video | Graphic Design | Architecture

DEADLINE: Applications are due on Wed., April 12, 2017 by 12 NOON.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Compile the following:

  • A proposed itinerary.
  • Project description (250 words maximum) and detailed budget.
  • List of all art and art history courses you have taken and are currently taking, along with the grades in the completed courses.
  • Up to 10 samples of your best artwork in the following formats: Digital images, film or video on a CD/thumb drive, originals (e.g., drawings, paintings, prints, photographs).
  • Checklist: List for each sample – title, date, medium, size.
  • Contact Information: Name, Fordham ID no., email, cell no.
  • Questions: mstreet@fordham.edu
  • Address and drop off to:

SUSAN LIPANI TRAVEL GRANT
FCLC | LOWENSTEIN ROOM 423
c/o MARK STREET, Program Director, Visual Arts

FINAL REQUIREMENTS: The successful candidates will be required to submit a short report summarizing their experiences.

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Wendel White: Schools for the Colored ?>

Wendel White: Schools for the Colored

Wendel White
Schools for the Colored
Lipani Gallery, Fordham University
May 28 – October 25, 2016


Artist Talk with Wendel White

Monday, September 19, 11:30 am
SL24E, Visual Arts Complex, Fordham University

Mine, Yours, Ours
A Conversation on Segregation in America, Past and Present with
Rebecca Carroll, Deborah Willis, Marta Gutman, and Wendel White
followed by a reception for the exhibition
Monday, September 19, 6 pm
Franny’s Space, adjacent to the Visual Arts Complex, Fordham University

A Place Out of Time: The Bordentown School
Film Screening and Talk with Director David Davidson
Wednesday, September 21, 6 pm
SL24L, Visual Arts Complex, Fordham University

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Talk by Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga ?>

Talk by Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga

Monday May 2nd at 6:00 PM in room SL24H

Talk by Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga

Ricardo is a professor in the Masters of Fine Art in Integrated Media Arts program at Hunter College. Check out his website at www.ambriente.com. His work combines a DIY sensibility with new media and performance.

In conjunction with the exhibition “What This Journey Breeds”

June –September 2016 at the Ildiko Butler Gallery.

Artist Talk with Alan and Michael Fleming ?>

Artist Talk with Alan and Michael Fleming

Fordham University, Department of Theatre and Visual Arts is pleased to present an Artist Talk with Alan and Michael Fleming.

Alan and Michael Fleming are identical twin brothers who have been working together since 2005 creating collaborative performance, sculpture, and video work. Recent solo exhibitions include “Studio Audience” at Cindy Rucker gallery (NY) and “GAME ON” presented at threewalls (Chicago) and the Active Space (NY). Recent residencies include the AIM Program (Artist in the Marketplace) at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the International Artist Residency at the NARS Foundation (New York Art Residency & Studios), and the ACRE Residency (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions). The Flemings have performed at the New Museum in New York, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Chicago Cultural Center, the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, and the Factory for Art and Design in Copenhagen. In 2008 their video series “At Rest: The Body in Architecture” won the “Performing” section at the Kinolewchyk Festival at the Idea Museum in Lviv, Ukraine. In 2006 they were awarded the “Group 4 Award” from the Foundry Art Centre for their video “Defining the Frame”.

The Fleming brothers received their MFA in Studio (2010) from the Performance Department at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where they attended graduate school as a collaborative. They both received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (2007) in Painting from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Michael and Alan were awarded Trustee Merit Scholarships from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and share the award of “Most Outstanding Senior” in the painting department from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 2009 Alan received the Professional Advancement Award in Dance from the School at Jacob’s Pillow and Michael received the Jacob K. Javits Fellowship from the U.S. Department of Education. Alan and Michael Fleming currently live in Brooklyn, NY.

The Artist Talk series is curated by Amie Cunat, Adjunct Faculty in Painting & Drawing.

11/13/2012 | 3pm | Lincoln Center ?>

11/13/2012 | 3pm | Lincoln Center

Please join us in McMahon Hall Lounge 109

Limited seating | please contact: abby@abbygoldstein.com

Sponsored by the Visual Arts, African and African American and Women’s Studies programs. Supported by a Faculty Mellon Challenge Grant

Nina Katchadourian Lecture ?>

Nina Katchadourian Lecture

Image caption: Pretzel Meteor from Seat Assignment, 2010 and ongoing

 

Nina Katchadourian Lecture
Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 6 PM
Fordham University Visual Arts Department
Lincoln Center Campus
113 West 60th Street at Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 10023
Room SL24H
Join artist and educator Nina Katchadourian for a presentation and discussion of her work, including her most recent project, Seat Assignment. Improvising with materials close at hand, Seat Assignment consists of photographs, video, and digital images all made while in flight using only a camera phone. The project began spontaneously on a flight in March 2010 and is ongoing. At present, over 2500 photographs and video, made on more than 70 different flights to date, constitute the raw material of the project.

Seat Assignment was exhibited for the first time in February 2011 at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, a museum in the city of Dunedin on South Island in New Zealand. Since I had 22 hours of flight time from New York to get to the Dunedin I proposed to make the bulk of the work for the exhibition on the way there. In the exhibition, two of the three galleries focused on work made entirely en route. A third room contained works that functioned as a retrospective look on the first year of the project.

Click here for artist’s website

Biography: Nina Katchadourian was born in Stanford, California and grew up spending every summer on a small island in the Finnish archipelago, where she still spends part of each year. Her work exists in a wide variety of media including photography, sculpture, video and sound. Her work has been exhibited domestically and internationally at places such as PS1/MoMA, the Serpentine Gallery, New Langton Arts, Artists Space, SculptureCenter, and the Palais de Tokyo. In January 2006 the Turku Art Museum in Turku, Finland featured a solo show of works made in Finland, and in June 2006 the Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs exhibited a 10-year survey of her work and published an accompanying monograph entitled “All Forms of Attraction.” The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego presented a solo show of recent video installation works in July 2008. In February 2010 she was the artist in residence at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery in Dunedin, New Zealand, where she had a solo show entitled “Seat Assignment.” She is currently at work on a permanent public piece, commissioned by the GSA, for a border crossing station between the US and Canada. Katchadourian is represented by Catharine Clark gallery in San Francisco.

For further information please contact: Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock: apicellahit@fordham.edu

Doug Dubois Photography Lecture ?>

Doug Dubois Photography Lecture

Doug DuBois
Book presentation and photography lecture
Thursday, October 13, 2011
6 PM
Fordham University Visual Arts Department
Lincoln Center Campus
113 West 60th Street at Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 10023
Room SL24H

Join photographer and educator Doug DuBois for a presentation and discussion of his most recent book Doug DuBois: All the Days and Nights published by the Aperture Foundation.

Doug DuBois began photographing his family in 1984, prior to his father’s near-fatal fall from a commuter train and his mother’s subsequent breakdown and hospitalizations. While these events set a narrative backdrop to his work, the emotional freight is carried by the details as described by the artist: “the pallor of my mother’s skin, the glare of my father’s gaze and the tactile communion between my sister and nephew constitute a complex and resonant picture of family ties.”

More than twenty years later, DuBois’s project has developed in remarkable ways. Doug DuBois: All the Days and Nights resonates with emotional immediacy, offering a potent examination of family relations, and what it means to subject personal relationships to the unblinking eye of the camera. Each photograph is rich with color, nuanced gestures and glances enveloping the viewer in a multivalent, emotionally tense world.

Links:
http://www.dougdubois.com

Biography:
DOUG DUBOIS (born in Dearborn, Michigan 1960) received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; and Parco Gallery, Tokyo, among other venues, and can be found in the collections of major institutions, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Victoria and Albert Museum, London. In 2006, he received the John Gutman Photography Fellowship.

For further information please contact:
Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock: apicellahit@fordham.edu