“Mentors,” an exhibition of work by BFA Photography & Video students inspired by their working relationships with world-renowned artists, curators, editors, and directors from our global arts community. Curated by department chair Joseph Maida, the exhibition “Mentors” will be on view online from Monday, March 8, through Sunday, March 28, at galleries.sva.edu.
This year’s mentors include Nadia Vellam, Photo and Video Director, T: The New York Times Style Magazine; Legacy Russell, Associate Curator, Exhibitions, The Studio Museum in Harlem; Drew Sawyer, Curator, Photography, Brooklyn Museum; Michael Famighetti, Editor, Aperture Magazine; Christopher Lew, Associate Curator, Whitney Museum; Jennifer Pastore, Executive Photo Director, WSJ. The Wall Street Journal Magazine; Mariette Pathy Allen, Photographer and many others.
The Mentors program at SVA is designed to cultivate relationships between established and emerging artists and to introduce new talent to the broader community. Established in 1992, this program pairs select fourth-year students with key figures in the arts community, giving them professional insight into their work during a culminating point in their education.
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