AFVS Open Studios & the AFVS Student Film Screenings: Opening Tuesday, December 8th

December 8, 2020
AFVS open studios poster

The AFVS department invites members of the community to visit www.afvsstudio.com to view student artworks produced during the fall 2020 semester, including from AFVS 16R - Relief Printmaking: Beginning Studio Course, AFVS  37 - Lay of the Land: A Studio Based Seminar, AFVS 41A - Introduction to Photography: Beginning Studio Course, AFVS 64F - Frame, Spectacle, Spectator: Video as Medium, AFVS 112 - Drawing 2: Model Witness, AFVS  120 - Thinking With Your Hand: Intermediate Painting, AFVS 133 - Sun & Shadow, Sculpture Studio, AFVS 134S - Nah; or, gestures of resistance: Performance, Technology, and Refusal, AFVS 141BR - Making Mischief: A Studio Based Seminar, AFVS 196R - Directed Research: Studio Course, and AFVS  231 - Studio Language. 

The website will be updated with new works throughout the week. 

Members of the community are also invited to view the AFVS Student Film Screenings opening Wednesday, December 9th, hosted on https://www.afvsstudio.com/film-and-video-screenings. Please refrain from sharing the link outside of the AFVS department. Classes screening work will include AFVS 50A - Introduction to Creating Nonfiction Still and Moving Images, AFVS  52R - Choice and Chance: Mysteries of the Editing Room, AFVS 53AR - Fundamentals of Animation, AFVS 55V - First-Person Cinema, AFVS 64F - Frame, Spectacle, Spectator: Video as Medium, AFVS 134S - Nah; or, gestures of resistance: Performance, Technology, and Refusal, AFVS  150A - Film Directing: Fiction Now, AFVS 151BR - Non Fiction Video Projects, AFVS 153AR - Experimental Animation, AFVS  154M - Social Justice Filmmaking, AFVS 158CR - Sensory Ethnography 3, AFVS 158DR - Sensory Ethnography 4, and AFVS 169S - Un cine para hoy: Remapping Latin American Cinema. 

The Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies is home to a range of studio and theoretical studies in the arts at Harvard University. It offers courses in painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture, film, video, and animation, as well as photography, film history, the built environment, critical studies, and contemporary art. While the AFVS academic experience usually transpires in the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, the fall 2020 semester took place remotely, with students and faculty making and teaching from locations across the world. To learn more about the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies, visit www.afvs.fas.harvard.edu.