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11.04.14 Rhett Jones

Bruce High Quality Foundation University has been killing it in NYC for years. The completely free art school still has a crazy interesting curriculum with top notch teachers and speakers, they have gallery shows and events for students, they have a residency program, and they’ve been doing the always jam-packed Brucennial — which just had it’s final […]

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02.20.14 Marina Galperina

Partially anonymous artist collective The Bruce High Quality Foundation is having it’s last ever Brucennial, appropriately entitled “The Grand Finale,” from March 7 through April 4. BHQF’s packed biennial event has previously received enamored reviews like these: You might view the jampacked, multifloor installation of works by close to 400 artists as a populist, radically inclusive survey of what artists in […]

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01.31.14 Marina Galperina

Bruce High Quality Foundation University is “a learning experiment” that offers free classes to artists and art enthusiasts, from performance and sculpture critique to Brad Troemel’s Chat Room of-/post-internet lecture and discussion sessions. BHQFU is now offering a special artist residency program at their Avenue A loft, for five artists of different disciplines to work […]

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08.27.13 Kyle Petreycik

Starting today, Bruce High Quality Foundation University is accepting students for their upcoming semester. The group currently exhibiting works at the Brooklyn Museum has an ongoing interest in education… the free kind. The Bruce High Quality Foundation University is a learning experiment where artists work together to manifest creative, productive, resistant, useless, and demanding interactions between art […]

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