David A. Ross Speaks about MFA Art Practice
Video Introduction to the Program
Chair David A. Ross speak about the program's structure and workload, the ideal applicant and what he hopes Art Practice alumni ultimately take away here. Request a program catalogue and begin your online application today.
Highways and Rest Stops: Passages in Current Practice
February 28 - March 14
Art Practice presents "Highways and Rest Stops: Passages in Current Practice," an exhibition of works by MFA Art Practice alumni and current participants, curated by Jacquelyn Strycker and Allison Hewitt Ward, at the SVA Chelsea Gallery. You can read Strycker's and Hewitt Ward's catalog essays for the show on the A/P Blog, and download the complete catalog in epub format here.
Carrie Mae Weems
MacArthur Fellow Carrie Mae Weems was a guest lecturer for the MFA Art Practice program this past summer, and we're thrilled to announce that she'll be joining our faculty this summer. You can view her talk here.
How Things Are People, Too
Art Practice Participant Alexandra Hammond proposes "radical maintenance," or the rigorous use of trash (both physical and ideological) as a wellspring of artistic production and a (potentially dangerously) utopic approach to contemporary life in an article for the A/P Blog.