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Student Perspectives: Mona Shen (MFA 2018)

Mona Shen, a second year MFA student, shares with us her Studio School experience.  When I was still in undergraduate art school, I struggled with all the theoretical art talks and arguments about painting more as a concept instead of a practice. I felt quite lost because of the lack of studio practice for my painter’s […]

April 23, 2018 · Student Perspectives

Joan Snyder on her paintings and process

Painter Joan Snyder talks about time and process while looking at her first paintings to work from the 1990s. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School. Recorded on December 3, 1996.

Patricia Albers describes what Joan Mitchell meant by “painting as cathedral”

Art historian Patricia Albers looks at later paintings from Joan Mitchell and explains one of the artist’s favorite metaphors. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School. Recorded on March 7, 2012.

Dorothea Rockburne on her early works and the influence of mathematical theory

Painter Dorothea Rockburne shows some of her early works and describes how the principles of math influenced her. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School. Recorded on February 19, 2008.