MFA Art Practice presents site-specific performance artist, social choreographer and faculty member  Ernesto Pujol  discussing his practice with the event  Learning Through Performance: An Evening with Ernesto Pujol  on Thursday, March 17th, at 6:30 PM. Pujol is known for his silent, durational, walking performances as portraits of people and places within familiar landscapes and architecture that have nevertheless become invisible. For more information about the event and to RSVP follow this  link . (Photo © Nisa Ojalvo 2016)

MFA Art Practice presents site-specific performance artist, social choreographer and faculty member Ernesto Pujol discussing his practice with the event Learning Through Performance: An Evening with Ernesto Pujol on Thursday, March 17th, at 6:30 PM. Pujol is known for his silent, durational, walking performances as portraits of people and places within familiar landscapes and architecture that have nevertheless become invisible. For more information about the event and to RSVP follow this link. (Photo © Nisa Ojalvo 2016)

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Laura F. Gibellini (MFA Faculty) created a site specfic grouping of drawings at Saint Roc’s Chapel in Valls (Tarragona, Spain) for a program curated around the idea of obsession. The seven on site drawings on the walls of the space that deal with rocks and clouds and atmospheric conditions deal with the reproduction of the unrepresentable. 

Sarah G. Sharp  (MFA Faculty) is co-curating a show with Parsley Steinweiss for the Spring/Break Art Show this year titled  Original Copy . The show opens next week, March 1st and runs through Monday, March 7th. It will be at Skylight at Moynihan Station (Main Post Office Entrance), 421 8th Ave–in Room 4023. Sharp and Parsley produced a beautiful catalog which will be for sale on site and on the  Spring/Break website . Sharp will also debut a new small edition artist book “Understanding Whole Systems.”

Sarah G. Sharp (MFA Faculty) is co-curating a show with Parsley Steinweiss for the Spring/Break Art Show this year titled Original Copy. The show opens next week, March 1st and runs through Monday, March 7th. It will be at Skylight at Moynihan Station (Main Post Office Entrance), 421 8th Ave–in Room 4023. Sharp and Parsley produced a beautiful catalog which will be for sale on site and on the Spring/Break website. Sharp will also debut a new small edition artist book “Understanding Whole Systems.”

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The 34th issue of ANTENNAE contains an article by Henry G. Sanchez (MFA AP14) about the early history and evolution of his ongoing ENGLISH KILLS PROJECT. The article was originally presented at the conference “Naturally Hypernatural: Visions of Nature”, School of Visual Arts New York, organized by Suzanne Anker (MFA Faculty), who is also featured in the issue. Richard Walsh (MFA AP14) also has work within the issue. This link will take you to a downloadable version of ANTENNAE.

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DESIGN IS ONE: LELLA & MASSIMO VIGNELLI, by Kathy Brew (MFA Faculty) & Roberto Guerra, is one of the select films from the Montreal Festival of Films on Arts that will be presented as part of the 10th annual FIFA Festival of Films on Art in New York City. Throughout February 2016, MUSE will showcase select films from the Montreal Festival of Films on Art: all films will be screened at the Bruno Walter auditorium on 65th Street and Amsterdam. The film screens on Tuesday, February 16th at 2:30 pm at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.  Kathy Brew will be in attendance for the screening.