Saturday, September 15 - Saturday, October 13
Reception: Wednesday, September 26
6:00 – 8:00pm
SVA Flatiron Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, New York, NY
School of Visual Arts presents “Outside These Walls,” BFA Fine Arts’ exhibition of artworks made outside of SVA’s facilities during the last year. Organized by Tyler Rowland, BFA Fine Arts director of operations and faculty member, the exhibition will be on view from Saturday, September 15, through Saturday, October 13, at the SVA Flatiron Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, New York City.
“Outside These Walls” explores works created in conjunction with four BFA Fine Arts programs: a digital exchange with Brno University of Technology in the Czech Republic; a foundry workshop with Ben Keating Foundry in Jersey City; a printmaking SVA Destinations trip in Havana, Cuba; and a neon workshop at Brooklyn Glass.
Artists featured in this exhibition are:
Digital Exchange 3: Natalie Chalcarzová, Tea Dohnalová, Jan Dostál, Michal Gabriel, Kristína Haviarová, Jiří Kamenskich, Cameron Kelly, Klaudia Korbeličová, Lubomír Kralovič, Nikola Mojsl, Petr Mucha, Luis Navarro, Pavla Nikitina, Tomáš Pavlacký, Jiří Pec, Olena Piskova, Dakin Platt, Juliette Sardou, Anthony Seibert, Hana Svobodová, Carlos Vela, Marie Videmanová, Tomáš Zdvořáček and Tomáš Zelený.
Foundry: Amy De Stefano, Björgvin Jónsson and Sydney Kaye
Printmaking in Havana, Cuba: Julian Fama, Dai Kong, Michelle Lin, Maeve McGlinchey, Shuyi Qiu, Tianyi Zhang and Tianyu Zhou.
Neon: Megan Barbanel, Gabrielle D’Onofrio and Dakin Platt.
The BFA Fine Arts Department at SVA prepares students to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing field head on. With a faculty of approximately 100 active artists, critics and curators, a distinguished roster of guest lecturers and various exhibition opportunities, the department offers direct and multifaceted engagement with the largest art community in the world. From coursework in anatomy, figure drawing and color theory, to interdisciplinary workshops in digital and photo-based media, the curriculum provides the broadest possible means of expression. A digital lab with state-of-the art recording, editing and projection technology, fully-equipped printmaking facilities and sculpture studios with computerized (CNC) milling machines are among the department’s many resources.