Faculty Updates: Elise Engler, Christian Breed, Mark Sposato
NEW EXHIBITIONS AND MORE FROM SVA CONTINUING EDUCATION FACULTY
May 10, 2019
by Continuing Education
Elise Engler and Simin Farkhondeh of Democracy Now! will discuss Engler’s new exhibition, Diary of a Radio Junkie: 1262 Days of Waking up to the News. For this solo exhibition, Engler committed to a daily process of illustrating the very first headline she heard on the radio in the morning, then immediately posting the image to social media.
Christian Breed joins New York’s leading artists selected for the Bronx Museum’s Artists in the Marketplace fellowship. He tells us, "I was drawn to the program by my interest in the Bronx Museum, which is so cutting-edge and relevant. I'm working on a new series of paintings which investigate the overlaps between worn textiles and urban architecture. These will be featured in an upcoming group exhibition at the Museum."
Christian Breed's course, Unconventional Museum, explores temples, mosques and churches from around the world.
Mark Sposato’s short film, I’ve Been Compromised, continues to gain momentum. The film screened at the Hang on to Your Shorts! Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Supporting Actress (Katelyn Marshall).
Check out Mark Sposato’sDesign course, Type and Image: Graphic Impact.