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The New York Studio School‘s internationally-recognized Marathon programs were developed in 1988 by Dean Graham Nickson, initially as a measure for the rest of the semester at the start of the program year.

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Paul Pfieffer,

In MFA Fine Arts at SVA, students have the unique opportunity to engage critically with the work that their faculty make, and to have a conversation about it, at weekly artist talks hosted by the department.

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Cranbrook Academy of Art: Yes, and No

by Sponsor on November 19, 2014

Quynh Vantu,

We all take different paths to reach the destination that’s right for us. To get there, we have to ask some tough questions. Cranbrook Academy of Art has found that sometimes “no” can be the right answer.

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Post image for Wearable Sculptures, Robots, and Oculus Rift: A Showcase by Columbia College Chicago Grad Students

More than 40 student-artists from Columbia College Chicago’s three Interdisciplinary Arts graduate programs will open their studio doors for public viewing on December 4, 2014, from 6pm. to 9pm. at 1104 S. Wabash Ave. in Chicago.

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Post image for Airbnb Lets You Spend A Night Aboard A Decked Out KLM Plane

Enter to win a #NightAt this decked out plane in Amsterdam. KLM will fly the winners to Amsterdam to partake in this once-in-a-lifetime Airbnb adventure.

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VCU Sculpture MFA Candidate Andrew Francis,

The VCU Department of Sculpture + Extended Media’s highly competitive two-year MFA program has been the top ranked Sculpture program in the United States for over a decade.

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Post image for Win An Online Class on Acrylic Essentials With Craftsy

Bring your expressive potential to life with essential acrylic techniques. Pursuing painting can be a daunting endeavor, but with The Acrylic Painter’s Toolbox from Craftsy, you’ll easily jump-start your artistic journey. Enter for a chance to win lifetime access to this online video class, and enjoy 7 HD lessons that put more than 20 techniques at your fingertips.

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Christine A. Banna (MFA ’14),

Founded in 1876, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) has a mission and reputation for providing an interdisciplinary, self-directed education supported by a faculty of dedicated, practicing artists, mentors and advisors.

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Post image for Free Art Class and Portfolio Review at National Academy School’s November 13 Open House

Join the National Academy School for an open house on Thursday, November 13 from 6-8 PM. Bring your portfolio for review by professional artists, take part in an open drawing or sculpting workshop, and tour the school’s studio and gallery spaces at this free event open to artists of all levels.

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Post image for “Naturally Hypernatural” Conference at SVA Explores the Meaning of Nature in the 21st Century

Naturally Hypernatural: Visions of Nature is an interdisciplinary conference investigating the fluctuating “essences” of “nature” and the “natural” in the 21st century.

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