Read the latest news and announcements from the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts.
IDSVA student Leonie Bradbury is the Director of Art and Creative Initiatives at HUBWeek, October 10-15 in Boston, MA
Five students and three graduates will be presenting papers or co-chairing panels at the 73rd Annual Southeaster College Art Conference (SECAC) in Columbus, OH, October 25-28, 2017.
The New York Times covers "The Beautiful Game," Hank Willis Thomas' first solo exhibition in London. Thomas is a 2017 IDSVA Honorary Degree recipient. The exhibition opens on October 5th and runs through November 24th.
Community, Creative Practice, and Pushing Boundaries: Meet IDSVA Student Margaret Coleman
Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition (PACT) ConferenceSan Francisco, CA (September 28-30, 2017)
Several students and faculty will be presenting papers.
IDSVA is pleased to announce we are now accepting applications for May 2018 Enrollment with a priority deadline of November 27th.
Please visit https://www.idsva.edu/apply/ for more information.
Columbia University Press will release Why Only Art Can Save Us. Aesthetics and the Absence of Emergency, by IDSVA Visiting Faculty Santiago Zabala.
IDSVA is pleased to announce our participation in this years Biennale Sessions in Venice.
Dr. David Driskell was awarded an IDSVA Honorary Doctorate in 2009 in recognition of his career as a artist, scholar, and spiritual philanthropist.
IDSVA students will be joined by the following faculty during the 2017 Summer Residencies in Rome, Spannocchia, Berlin, Venice and Athens.