Sponsored Announcements

December 3rd, 2019

Dirk Denison Architects Extends Collaborations with Artists and Gallerists in Three New Spaces

Three new galleries by Dirk Denison Architects—Monique Meloche Gallery (Chicago), MICKEY (Chicago), and Reyes Finn (Detroit)—extend the firm’s longtime practice of collaborating with artists and gallerists throughout the US and sensitively evolving existing buildings to showcase diverse forms of art.

For more information, please visit dirkdenisonarchitects.com.

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November 12th, 2019

Edra Soto is Awarded the Inaugural Foundwork Artist Prize

Chicago-based multidisciplinary artist Edra Soto has been awarded the inaugural Foundwork Artist Prize. In recognition of her outstanding civically-engaged practice, Soto will receive an unrestricted $10,000 grant and studio visits with each of the 2019 jurors: artist DeWitt Godfrey, Outsider Art Fair Director Becca Hoffman, Esopus Magazine Founding Editor Tod Lippy, Embajada Gallery Director and Independent Curators International (ICI) Director of Development Manuela Paz, and Stoneleaf Retreat Artistic Director and IFPDA Fair Director Helen Toomer.

The jury has also named three short-listed artists for special mention: New York-based Christian Ruiz Berman, Queens-based Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., and Detroit-based Julie Schenkelberg. In conjunction with the Prize, Foundwork has launched a new artist interview program, Dialogues, starting with an interview of Soto conducted by guest editor Scott Indrisek. Ruiz Berman, Brown Jr., Schenkelberg, and other artists will be featured in Dialogues interviews by other visiting editors in the coming weeks.

The Foundwork Artist Prize is a new juried grant awarded to recognize and support outstanding artists on Foundwork. For more information visit foundwork.art.

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October 29th, 2019

Columbia Visual Arts MFA Program

The Visual Arts MFA Program at Columbia University School of the Arts attracts emerging artists of unusual promise from around the world. They comprise a vibrant community studying with exceptional faculty at a renowned research institution in the global center that is New York City. Upon graduating, our students join a diverse and welcoming circle of distinguished alumni.

The Visual Arts MFA Program is interdisciplinary and offers an MFA degree in Visual Arts rather than in one specific medium. The two-year studio program, taught by internationally celebrated artists, allows students to pursue drawing, moving image, new genres, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.

MFA Open Studios & Information Session
Sunday, November 10, 2019

Open Studios
3pm–6pm
Prentis Studios
632 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10027

Information Session For prospective MFA students

11am–1pm
The Lantern
Lenfest Center for the Arts, 8th Floor
615 West 129th Street, between Broadway and 12th Avenue

Lunch will be served, followed by student-led tours of the facilities

RSVP for the Open House here

For more information, visit arts.columbia.edu/visual-arts.

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