Heather Williams (AP ‘20) gives an artist talk at the Afro American Historical and Cultural Society Museum in Jersey City.
AP alumni Ben Quesnel and Christine Stiver (‘17) have created the first annual SOUR MILK Art Exhibition, staged for one day only in an unoccupied house in Greenwich, Connecticut. Among the artists in the show are fellow alumni Alexandra Hammond (‘15), Huiqi He (‘18), Tzirel Kaminetzky (‘17), JD Raenbeau (‘15) and faculty/staff member Jacquelyn Strycker.
Jason Mena (AP ‘19) is included in “Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago,” at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU in Miami, Florida, and in "Between One & Zero,” at the Architectural Hall of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Thyrza Nichols Goodeve (AP Faculty) is one of 30 art critics interviewed for “What it Means to Write About Art,” forthcoming from David Zwirner Books.
Conversations: Art + Ideas
This summer, Gustavo and Gaelyn Aguilar, aka TUG Collective join the Art Practice faculty. Check out their responses to the AP Questionnaire!
Angel Abreu is an artist, curator, educator and long-term member of Tim Rollins and Kids of Survival (K.O.S.), an artist collaborative based in the South Bronx where he grew up. This summer, he joins the MFA Art Practice faculty, so we asked him to introduce himself by responding to the AP Questionnaire.
Born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Bronx, Glendalys Medina is an interdisciplinary artist receiving her MFA from Hunter College in 2008. This summer she joins the SVA MFA Art Practice faculty!
Baseera Khan is a New York-based artist whose work shares an experience of exile and kinship shaped by economic, pop cultural, and political situations.