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Pictures of different face expressions of different people.
Maria Pereyra Marquez, 2016
Layout art-directed by Annie Jen and illustrated by Kyu-Tae Lee, from the February 2017 issue of "The California Sunday Magazine." Courtesy "The California Sunday Magazine."

SVA Presents Emerging Artists at Miami Art Week 2019

Miami Art Preview graphic

What To Watch This Holiday Season

Screen time with SVA alumni and faculty

"Deadwood: The Movie" directed by Dan Minahan (BFA 1987 Film and Video), and "Black Monday," a series created by writer/producer David Caspe (BFA 2005 Fine Arts)
Brian Finke, "Untitled Backyard Fights."
​Amy Stein, "Fast Food," 2007, Digital C-Print, Courtesy of the artist and ClampArt​
Cover for the fall/winter 2019 Visual Arts Journal, featuring a sculpture by alumnus Trish Tillman.
From left: HERness: AIOP BODY NYC 2018, TANGA! built a mobile performance stage which they used to give participants hairstyles, and general makeovers; Roadside Assistant Ergonomic Support Chamber (Critical Condition), 2017; What you see…: Known knowns. Photograph by Jayne Chen/Erin Davis; Max C. Lee/ Markus Holtby.

Films You Can't Miss at After School Special 2019

The free film festival that highlights SVA talent

after school special 2019 logo

Exhibition Preview: SVA's "Art and Revelry" in Provence

Rachel Papo Alexander, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2007 (Photography)
Soonchoel Byun, Gangwon-do Sokcho-si, 2013, from “National Song Contest,” archival pigment print
Elephant, a photograph from JeongMee Yoon’s “Zoo” series, 1998.
Image courtesy of National Geographic Explorer

SVA Premieres Screens the Best of 2019 in Hollywood

SVA Premeres
NYC Pride March. Photo by Christopher Gagliardi

MFA Fine Arts Hosts Exhibitions on Governors Island

See what "Life on an Island" is all about

Heather Renee Russ, Body Exaltations and the End of Land, 2016.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the cover of Time 100. Photographed by Collier Schorr.

SVA and SXSW: The 2019 Preview

A still from Sword of Trust. Directed by Lynn Shelton.

The New Creators: SVA Talent Shows 2019


2019 SVA Talent Shows logo
Promotional poster for "Let's Talk: Queer Identity and Creativity" by Alexa Cassaro
Poster image for Nanfu Wang's film One Child Nation. Image courtesy of sundance.org.
Oscar noms
Photograph by Sam Eisenberg

New Year’s Resolutions: SVA Department Chairs Share Their Hopes For 2019


Design for SVA 2019 Resolutions
A photograph by Lissa Rivera of a swimmer resting at the edge of a pool.

New SVA Books to Gift this Holiday Season

"Holiday Gift Guide: Books Edition"

We've Got The Perfect SVA Gifts For This Holiday Season

Sva holiday gift guide product edition.
Indigestible Feast​ by Giulia Mangoni​. Image courtesy of the artist.
An artist works on a sculpture. Photograph courtesy of Anderson Ranch.

SVA Makers Market Holiday Fair Sneak Preview

The logo for SVA Makers Market

Four Cities, 140 Alumni, 13 days: SVA in Asia 2018

Connections with companies, schools and alumni were highlights

A person standing in front of flowers at a temple in Taipei.
Recent graduates and SVA faculty and staff pose before the 2018 SVA Premieres event.
SVA Premieres poster art

SVA Alumnus Lynn Shelton on ‘Outside In’ and Advice to Young Filmmakers

Her latest indie drama is in theaters now.

A model pose for the snapshot
Beautiful modern architecture in a green landscape. Family home in a simple brick style.

2018 SXSW Conference & Festivals: The SVA Preview

woman deep in thought and a man with a beard

Alumni Scholarship Awards 2018: Making the Impossible Possible

66 SVA students awarded $64,000 worth of scholarships for their original projects

Different colored lower legs.

SVA Online—Enroll Now for Spring Courses

SVA Online Courses

Multiple halved images of stock art.

Shelf Liners for Your 'Nice' List

A red box inside a yellow box, decorated with snowflakes at the corner.  Inside the red box is written "Gift Guide" and outside is written "SVA Holiday" at the top and "Book Edition" at the bottom.

SVA on View at Miami Art Week 2017

A montage of old fashioned ads overlaid with a modernist style of art.
police man on an empty train
A sunrise or sunset colors the clouds orange.
4 people in a street
a woman with a lamp behind her
The words dream written on a purple textured background.
A wall with advertisement.
blue green man in jungle artwork
Two railroad pathways curving in opposite directions
A blonde-haired woman using a green hairbrush against a green background.
A piece of a circuit board in a frame
A father getting mittens on his young daughter.
A tree with lot of flowers.
People singing throughout history
please disturb
Chunks of ice with goldfish frozen inside hanging on wire.
An art work meets the technology
Asian child wearing a tutu in a room with all pink toys and gifts.
A street scene with trees and a sign reading PULSE. In the background in a black and white police vehicle.
on the border and man with moustache and goatee
A montage of photos featuring people with their mouths agape.
A man chest deep in a pond using a lily pad as a pillow.
papers cutouts of a flower and a smiling face are attached to a screen
The writing is of a date
Letters in orange and a square
group of women
Lady in darkness, with a light directed at her face.

Wildlife Along the Israel-Palestine Border

Art Project Uses Surveillance Footage to Spark Reflection

Woman in a tank top and sunglasses looking a bit sad.
There's a girl in the woods with her arms over her head, a serious expression on her face. The sunlight is bright, but the leaves are brown with autumn die-off.

SVA Premieres in L.A.

Inaugural Film Showcase Brings Students and Films to Hollywood

working together

The Next Wave of Filmmakers Debut at SVA Premieres in Hollywood

Check out the stellar work of these recent SVA graduates

A royal dinner for the king of the ring

Why Four Creatives Are Making Miami Home

Spotlight: Miami

flamingo girl

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