Photos from the New York Studio School Sculpture Residency during DUMBO Open Studios. Sculptors Lisa Sanders, Maud Bryt, and Karin Malpeso exhibited their work and invited guests into their space on Jay Street. To find out more about the Residency Program, click HERE.
Photo Credits: Maud Bryt
On Saturday, October, 27th, visit the New York Studio School to tour the facilities and hear testimonials from faculty, alumni, and current students. View student work and historic studios, and experience firsthand the charged atmosphere of a school dedicated to the rigorous training of the professional artist.
To RSVP: contact Case Jernigan, Recruitment Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.673.6466, ext. 125.
There has been a lot of activity amongst New York Studio School alumni and faculty recently in the New York art scene. Below, get a glimpse of what’s been happening.
This past weekend the DUMBO Arts Festival drew art lovers and artists to the trendy neighborhood for openings, performances, installations and parties. Greg Whyte, Rochelle Goldberg, and Saskia Sutherland, in residence on Jay Street, opened the Studio School sculpture space to the public for the Open Studios. Niki Singleton and Ophir Agassi, MFA alumni, participated in the Triangle Arts Association Workshop Open Studios. The artists spent two weeks working intensely with a group of other dedicated artists at the building on Main Street. Niki’s installation included plastic, fabric covered found objects and garbage, recorded sounds and drawing and painting to create a startling ‘underwater’ environment. Malado Baldwin screened a short film underneath the arched underpass of the Manhattan Bridge during the festival. The crowds poured into the curved space to see light shows, installations and films projected onto the stone.
Recent MFA alum Robert Anderson will be holding a one night only exhibition and performance entitled DENIZENS at 362 East 69th Street on Tuesday Evening from 6-9 PM.
If you haven’t read it already, read this great interview with Studio School painting instructor Clintel Steed.
The exhibition in the Main Gallery on 8th Street, Fran O’Neill:Recent Work, has received great reviews from Artcritical and Mario Nave’s Blog.
Painting Instructor Elisa Jensen showed work at the Governors Island Art Fair, including luminous paintings of local garbage collectors and figures from her neighborhood.
Be sure to RSVP for our MFA Info Session and Open House on October 27th!
This weekend (September 8th and 9th), there will be a massive open studio event for Brooklyn based artists. Almost 2000 individual studios have been registered all over Brooklyn. Visitors will have the ability to vote for their favorite artists, which could lead to a studio visit from curators at the Brooklyn Museum. New York Studio School alumni, email your information to Liliana, Paige and Michael at email@example.com in order to be put on the Studio School list. Keep an eye out for the Studio School community during this event!
This Thursday, September 6, be sure to stop in from 6-8 PM to view Fran O’Neill: Recent Work. Fran is not only a long time staff member at NYSS, but also a graduate of the painting program as well.
Judy Glantzman, drawing instructor at NYSS, will be showing work in a group show entitled Supernatural at Projekt 722 in Brooklyn. The Opening Reception is this Friday, September 7, from 6-9 PM.
Elisa Jensen, painting atelier instructor, is exhibiting at the 4Heads Governors Island Art Fair. For the month of September, Governors Island becomes a huge exhibition space, with artists taking over individual buildings and barracks to show work. Elisa’s work can be found in Building P, on the 2nd floor, until the end of the month.