The Division of Continuing Education Information Sessions give you the chance to spend an evening with some of New York City’s top creative talent.
At Flux Factory Fundraiser, Rove Long Island City Streets Dressed as an Art Spectacle
On Saturday, May 7, Flux Factory is holding the 1st Annual “Flux-a-Thon” — a spectacularly jubilant, semi-absurd twist on a traditional walk-a-thon — all to raise money for another year of Flux Factory’s unique, collaborative residency program.
New Exhibition ‘Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies’ Opens April 29
What all of these artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.
Introducing a New MA Program in Arts Administration at CUNY’s Baruch College
Baruch College’s MA in Arts Administration is a leadership program for activists, educators and managers in the arts.
‘Thru-Line,’ Brooklyn College’s 2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition, Opens May 5
The Department of Art at Brooklyn College is pleased to announce its 2016 MFA thesis exhibition, Thru-Line
Pratt Presents a Special Evening with Vik Muniz on May 2
Don’t miss this special, free President’s Lecture Series at Pratt Institute featuring renowned Brazilian artist and photographer Vik Muniz.
Greenpoint Open Studios Returns This Weekend with Over 300 Participating Artists
Brooklyn has a long-standing reputation for being a hotbed of creativity and Greenpoint Open Studios, happening this weekend (April 29–May 1), is going to represent its northernmost tip with more than 300 artists opening up their studios to the public.
Apply Now for Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts
The Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts welcomes your application to participate in one of its 22 courses.
New Exhibition at San Francisco Art Institute Draws Inspiration from Mayan Archeology and John Cage
Berlin-based artist Mariana Castillo Deball reveals gaps in the often unquestioned narratives of museology and archaeology in a new exhibition at San Francisco Art Institute’s (SFAI) Walter and McBean Galleries.
Now Streaming: A New Short Film by Leslie Thornton, Inspired by Bruce Conner
This chilling exploration of the purpose and repurposing of memory during wartime draws on oral accounts of the aftermath of the Hiroshima bombing, and responds to artist Bruce Conner’s iconic film of the 1946 Bikini Atoll nuclear test, “CROSSROADS” (1976).
Apply Now for Summer Residencies at SVA: Typography as Language and The Business of Type
Join the School of Visual Arts from June 27—July 22nd for its four-week summer residency program, Typography as Language!
Sculpt This Summer at the New York Studio School
The New York Studio School offers three distinct intensive sculpture courses this summer. Join a two or three week course and explore perceptual sculpture based on the figure; relief sculpture with storytelling; and large-scale sculpture for public places.