November 8, 2012

The MFA in Studio Art at NYU Steinhardt

New York University

Photo: Hiroshi Sunairi.

NYU Steinhardt’s MFA in Studio Art program offers students the opportunity to study with accomplished artists and scholars within an interdisciplinary setting. The two-year program provides students with private studios and access to facilities in painting, printmaking, ceramics, photography, digital media, and sculpture.

The MFA Program admits only 10 students each year, allowing a uniquely experimental dialogue to emerge between students and faculty. The program includes an eclectic mix of theory and practice, weekly visiting artists and curators, global courses, teaching, and exhibition opportunities, including the MFA Thesis Exhibitions, which are held in late spring at the Department’s 80WSE Galleries in New York City’s Greenwich Village.

MFA Faculty (2012)
Maureen Gallace, Ross Bleckner, Trisha Donnelly, Lyle Ashton Harris, Marlene McCarty, Kevin McCoy, Sue DeBeer, Nancy Barton, RoseLee Goldberg, Judith Schwartz, John Torreano, Adam Putnam, Matthew Day Jackson, Rick Moody, Kiki Smith, Martha Schwendener, Jennifer Krasinski, and Jack Pierson.

Visiting Faculty (2012)
David Salle, Peter Eleey, Richard Flood, Kurt Kauper, Kalup Linzy, Leigh Ledare, Keith Edmier, and Claude Wampler.

Scholarshipopportunities are available on a competitive basis to both first- and second-year MFA students.

MFA Application Deadline: January 15, 2013
Application Guide

About the Department of Art and Art Professions
Located in New York’s East Village, the Department of Art and Art Professions serves as a vibrant site for artistic experimentation and intellectual exchange. The Department draws upon a faculty of acclaimed artists, scholars, and critics. It offers programs and courses that integrate technical skills with theoretical understanding within the context of a world-class university setting.

The Department of Art and Art Professions offers courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in both studio art and related art disciplines. The Department currently offers degrees in Studio Art, Visual Arts Administration, Art Therapy, Art Education, and Costume Studies.

Department of Art and Art Professions
New York University
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
34 Stuyvesant Street
New York, NY 10003
T 212 998 5700


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