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What have SVACE faculty members been up to? We have exciting updates from course instructors Felipe Galindo, Steve Brodner, Caroline Woolard, and Peter Hristoff!

Felipe Galindo presents George Washington Revisits Gotham, a solo exhibition on view now at the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, NY. The exhibition, featuring his politically incisive drawings, cartoons, and illustrations is on view until October 31, 2017. To learn more about Felipe and his work, check out his courses, "Art Intertwined: Creativity and Cultural Heritage" and "Illustration Opportunities in the Bilingual Market."

Steve Brodner illustrates "How Will History Judge The Trump Presidency?" for Vanity Fair, joining writers and fellow illustration heavyweights Barry Blitt, André Carrilho, Edward Sorel, and more. Brodner envisions Trump as a military dictator in clown make-up, fearsome enough to horrify the likes of Richard Nixon, George Wallace, and Joe McCarthy. Brodner’s art accompanies an essay by historian and journalist Garry Wills. See Steve Brodner’s upcoming courses here.

Caroline Woolard is launching The Study Center for Group Work, with support from NYFA and Eyebeam. The Study Center for Group Work “aims to cultivate behaviors that allow groups to work together.” It will provide resources and space to educate, train, and assemble a network of visual artists ready to collaborate on a daily basis. See more in this Vimeo intro. Caroline Woolard teaches the upcoming course, “Emergent Art Worlds: Alternatives to the Gallery System.”

Peter Hristoff curated “Paisley,” a group exhibition on view now at SVA’s Flatiron Gallery. The exhibition features Judy Mannarino, SVACE Painting instructor, along with many more artists. See it until October 7, 2017, and check out Peter Hristoff’s upcoming courses.

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