Cigdem Asatekin This Fabulous Shadow Only the Sea Keeps
Hakim Bishara It Is Only Through Your Thoughts That I Can Remember Who I Am: The Story of a Forgotten Art Exhibition in Five Scenes
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Ann Collins No Place Like Home: Dwelling, Art and Impermanence
Emma Drew Universal Overflow: Digital Cosmographies for a Lonely Planet
Nahidalsadat Hassanivanhari Some Moments of Spectrality Captured in Qajar Painting
Rula Khoury Manam: What do you see in your sleep?
Daniel Kopel Fever of the Senses: Saint Sebastian's New Cult
Zi Lin Emoji: Past and Future, The Nature of Pictographic Language
Jonelle Mannion Vivid, if Unseeable: On Carolee Schneemann's "Plague Column: Known/Unknown"
Alice Sherman First, Art: The Determination of Anni Albers, Lee Krasner and Eva Hesse
News & Events, Spring 2017
Class of 2017 Thesis Presentations
Quijote Talk: Kahlil Robert Irving & Amelia Rina
St. Louis-based artist Kahlil Robert Irving and critic Amelia Rina (Class of 2015) will discuss the complex relationship between artists and writers Continue reading...
Art Writing Summer Intensive
Join us for a two-week intensive for writers, artists, and curators of all levels and backgrounds interested in gaining in-depth experience of art writing Continue reading...
Quijote Talk: Eric Sutphin & Rackstraw Downes on Rosemarie Beck
Eric Sutphin and Rackstraw Downes will discuss the writings, paintings, and legacy of Rosemarie Beck Continue reading...
John Yau & Wayne Koestenbaum with Sahar Khraibani & Irene Villaseñor
John Yau and Wayne Koestenbaum will read from their new books, joined by Sahar Khraibani and Irene Villaseñor (both Class of 2019) Continue reading...
Magdalena Abakanowicz: Embodied Forms
Jonelle Mannion (Class of 2017) reviews Magdalena Abakanowicz's exhibition at Marlborough Gallery for The Brooklyn Rail Continue reading...
Permission to Speak: Boycott and the Politics of Solidarity
Alumnus Kareem Estefan (Class of 2012) will take part in the panel "Permission to Speak: Boycott and the Politics of Solidarity" Continue reading...
MFA Art Writing in Los Angeles
Join us at the annual College Art Association Conference and Book Fair! Continue reading...
Quijote Talk: George Gittoes
Gittoes will discuss his forthcoming documentary White Light and his 50 years of Civil Rights activism in the U.S. and abroad Continue reading...
Ann Collins (Class of 2018) Nominated for American Cinema Editors Eddie Award!
Ann Collins (Class of 2018) has been nominated as the editor of the Netflix documentary Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold for Continue reading...