Tuesday, October 21, 2008

If you're in New York...

...Design Indaba's friend Frederico Duarte has invited us to the D-crit.

Do drop in our behalf!

School of Visual Arts MFA Design Criticism Open House
Saturday, October 25, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
136 West 21st St., New York, 2nd Floor

D-CRIT is up and running with 15 stellar students, an all-star faculty, and a feature article on the program coming out in the next issue of Surface magazine.

Find out what the fuss is about first hand at our Open House taking place on Saturday, October 25. Students will be there to talk about their experiences so far, such as what it's like to produce a podcast for Kurt Andersen and the "Studio 360" team or why architecture critic Karrie Jacobs has them reading John Ruskin in preparation for a visit to Times Square. D-CRIT Chair Alice Twemlow will give an overview of the program, its goals, structure and its philosophy. Faculty members Russell Flinchum, Steven Heller, Karrie Jacobs and Leital Molad will talk about what students can expect from their classes.

This is your chance to meet and mingle over drinks and snacks and find out more about D-CRIT. We look forward to showing you around!

Click here to register online or contact the department for more details at dcrit@sva.edu or 212.592.2228. For more information about the D-Crit program--its faculty, courses and Lecture Series--please visit: http://dcrit.sva.edu.

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