Fall and Spring Evening Lecture Series

Tuesday, February 11th at 6:30 PM

James Siena

On His Work

 New York-based artist working in a diverse range of media, including lithography, etching, woodcut, engraving, ... more

Wednesday, February 19th at 6:30 PM

Byron Kim, Irving Sandler and Robert Storr

On the Strangeness of What the Eye Sees and How It Sees: A Panel on Philip Pearlstein.

This discussion coincides with a solo exhibition of Pearlstein's work, January 16 - February 22, 2014, at the New York Studio School. ... more

Wednesday, February 26th at 6:30 PM

David Carrier, Joachim Pissarro and Barry Schwabsky

Wild Art versus Mild Art

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Wednesday, March 5th at 6:30 PM

Nancy Boas

David Park: A Painter's Life

Art historian, author, and curator.  Boas's biography, David Park: A Painter's Life (University of California Press, 2012), chronicles ... more

Wednesday, March 12th at 6:30 PM

Jack Flam, Phyllis Tuchman and Yasmil Raymond

Robert Smithson 2.0 - (And a Tribute to Nancy Holt)

This panel discussion will focus on the pioneer of earthworks, and is concurrent with the show "Robert ... more

Wednesday, March 26th at 6:30 PM

Mary Heilmann and Jennifer Samet

In Conversation

Mary Heilmann: New York-based artist. Recent one-person shows include Kunst Museum Bonn, 2013; and Neues Museum, Nuremberg, 2013, in Germany; and the ... more

Wednesday, April 2nd at 6:30 PM

Alexander Nagel

The Hinges of the Triptych: Premodern and Modern Art in the 20th Century

Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. A specialist in Renaissance art, Nagel also writes about ... more

Wednesday, February 12th 6:30 PM

Jules de Balincourt, Julie Heffernan, Kyle Staver moderated by Xico Greenwald

Territory of the Imagination: Three contemporary painters discuss the process of developing meaningful imagery

Xico Greenwald (Moderator): Brooklyn-based artist, writer and teacher. Assistant Professor of Art, Borough of Manhattan Community College, NY and ... more

Tuesday, February 25th 6:30 PM

Brandt Junceau

Morgen and Abend: Kolbe in Berlin

New York-based sculptor Brandt Junceau studied Georg Kolbe (1877-1947) while on a DAAD Residence in Berlin. Junceau writes, "In 1929 there were ... more

Tuesday, March 4th 6:30 PM

Elisa Jensen and Ruth Miller in Conversation with William Bailey

The Long View: Still Scenes and Street Lives

This talk coincides with a two-person exhibition of work by Elisa Jensen and Ruth Miller at the New York Studio School, March ... more

Tuesday, March 11th 6:30 PM

Beverly McIver

On Her Work

Painter based in Durham, NC. Recipient, Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation Studio Program, Brooklyn, NY, 2012-2013; Distinguished Alumni ... more

Tuesday, March 25th 6:30 PM

Claire Sherman

On Her Work

New York-based painter. Assistant Professor, Drew University, NJ.  Sherman received her BA from The University of Pennsylvania and her MFA from the ... more

Tuesday, April 1st 6:30 PM

David Cohen

What to Wear For a Martyrdom: Fashion Tips for Executioners (From Late Quattrocento/Early Cinquecento Masters)

Publisher and Editor of artcritical.com and moderator of The Review Panel. Visiting Critic at the Pennsylvania Academy ... more

Tuesday, April 8th 6:30 PM

Rackstraw Downes

Nature and Art are Physical: A Reading