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School of Visual Arts announces the Fall 2011 Art in the First Person lecture series.

 

Offering a 360˚ perspective on art today, speakers include: artists Rochelle Feinstein, George Gittoes, Liz Magic Laser, Carolee Schneemann and Alan Sonfist; critics David Cohen, Linda Nochlin and Robert Storr; and curators Elisabeth Biondi and Peter Eleey.

Panel Discussion on “The Influentials”
With Suzanne McClelland, Marilyn Minter, Judy Pfaff, Lindsay Pollock and Mika Rottenberg
Tuesday, September 13, 7pm
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition “The Influentials,” August 26–September 21

 

Sabine Flach: Art as Knowledge Production
Thursday, September 15, 6:30pm
Presented by the BFA Fine Arts Department

The Role of Women in Photography: Are We There Yet?
Thursday, September 22, 6:30pm
With Vince Aletti, Elisabeth Biondi, Martine Fougeron, Lisa Kereszi, Lyle Rexer and Sarah Silver
Presented by the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department in partnership with Professional Women Photographers

 

Robert Storr: Making It Visible
Thursday, September 22, 7pm
Presented by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing Department

 

Toward an Ethics in Art Writing
Tuesday, October 4, 7pm
With Adam Kleinman, Quinn Latimer, Patricia Milder, Matthew Schum and Aimee Walleston
Presented by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing Department

Maureen Connor: How to Be an Artist-in-Residence
Thursday, October 6, 7pm
Presented by the BFA Fine Arts Department

Artists’ Rights and Wrongs: Property and Propriety, Invention and Intention
Tuesday, October 11, 7pm
With David Cohen, Karen Gover and Walter Robinson
Presented by the BFA Visual & Critical Studies Department

 

Susan Bright and W.M. Hunt: Unseen in The Unseen Eye
Wednesday, October 12, 7pm
Presented by the BFA Photography Department

 

Janelle Lynch: Los Jardines de Mexico
Thursday, October 13, 7pm
Presented by the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department

Carolee Schneemann: Mysteries of The Iconographies
Thursday, October 13, 7 pm
Presented by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing Department

The Nelson Manobar
Tuesday, October 18, 7pm
With Jimbo Blachly and Lytle Shaw, editors of The Chadwick Family Papers
Presented by the BFA Visual & Critical Studies Department

 

Roslyn Bernstein and Shael Shapiro: Illegal Living: 80 Wooster Street and the Evolution of SoHo
Thursday, October 20, 6:30pm
Presented by the BFA Fine Arts Department

Edward Sorel in Conversation with James McMullan
Tuesday, October 25, 7pm
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition “The Masters Series: Edward Sorel,” October 7–November 5, 2011

 

Mitchell Joachim: Future Ecological Cities
Horst Bredekamp: The Vector Under the Line: Drawings by Galileo, Campanella, Merian
Friday, October 28, 6:30pm
Presented by the BFA Fine Arts Department in conjunction with the conference Embodied Fantasies, October 28–30, 2011

 

The Reluctant Doctorate: PhD Programs for Artists?
Thursday, November 3, 7pm
With Ellen K. Levy, Victoria Vesna, PhD; Tim Gilman-Sevcik, Ute Meta Bauer; Mary Anne Staniszewski, PhD
Presented by the BFA Fine Arts Department

 

George Gittoes: The Miscreants of Taliwood
Thursday, November 3, 7pm
Presented by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing Department

Anna Gaskell: SOSW Ballet
Tuesday, November 8, 7pm
Presented by the BFA Visual & Critical Studies Department.

Livia Tenzer
Thursday, November 10, 6:30pm
Presented by the BFA Fine Arts Department

Liz Magic Laser: I Feel Your Pain
Sunday, November 13, 4–9pm
Monday, November 14, 4–9pm
Co-presented by the BFA Visual & Critical Studies Department, BFA Fine Arts Department and Performa

Peter Eleey: A Picture Held Us Captive
Monday, November 14, 6:30 pm
Presented by the MA Critical Theory and the Arts Department

Alan Sonfist
Tuesday, November 15, 7pm
Presented by the BFA Fine Arts Department

The Talkers: A Panel Moderated by Rochelle Feinstein
Tuesday, December 6, 7pm
Presented by the BFA Visual & Critical Studies Department

Linda Nochlin: Géricault and Goya and Images of Misery
Thursday, December 8, 7pm
Presented by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing Department

Admission is free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

 

Information is subject to change. Please confirm at www.sva.edu/events or 212.592.2010.