SVA has some notable alumni, including myself and my son Alexander Chinnici, the great LA-based cinematographer.
Their undergraduate program includes a BFA in Advertising, Animation, Comics, Computer Art, Computer Animation and Visual Effects, Design, Film, Fine Arts, Illustration, Interior Design: Built Environments, Photography and Video, Visual & Critical Studies, Art History, and Humanities and Sciences.
Their graduate program includes an MFA in Art Practice, Art Writing, Computer Arts, Design, Design for Social Innovation, Fine Arts, Illustration as Visual Essay, Interaction Design, Photography, Video and Related Media, Products of Design, Social Documentary Film, and Visual Narrative. An MA in Curatorial Practice, Design Research, and Writing and Criticism. An MA/MAT in Art Education. And an MPS in Art Therapy, Branding, Digital Photography, Directing, and Fashion Photography.
Thank you, SVA, for adding Vanishing Cuba to your reference library.
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One of New York’s oldest bookstores, STRAND, now carries the Silver Edition of Vanishing Cuba. It’s wonderful to be included in the stores’ over 2.5 million new, used, and rare books.
It was an honor to be selected to represent Cuba in the New York exhibit for Atlas of Humanity. And an even bigger honor to be the shows “featured artist” showcasing Vanishing Cuba.
Wow! After being featured in THE MET and the MoMA, we only needed Rizzoli New York for the Triple Crown. To see Vanishing Cuba, the creation of a first-time author (Michael Chinnici) and first-time publisher (Red Octopus Publishing) became a dream come true. After 24 photographic trips to Cuba, creating a stunning book became an obsession for Chinnici. We thank Rizzoli for seeing our passion and allowing us to grace your store’s bookcase.