On October 1, apexart opens its NYC Unsolicited Proposal Program, a call for exhibition proposals from anyone, anywhere, with any background.
Get the free Craftsy exclusive guide Drawing the Human Body: A Primer and gain the skills to draw the human body with lifelike realism like never before.
Klein Artist Works puts the experts right in the room with you. Besides the archive of over 200 webinars, the live, online course connects working artists with the authorities who have advice to give and stories to tell.
Are your drawings of faces not turning out as well as you’d like? Gain the skills you need when you download the Craftsy exclusive eGuide, Drawing the Human Face – free for you.
PAFA’s Low-Residency MFA Program is ideal for students who desire the community, support and rigor of a traditional MFA, but are seeking a more flexible structure to fit their lives and schedules.
For his first solo show at Joseph Gross Gallery, Ted Lawson will début a new series of work consisting of three dimensional wall mounted pieces and freestanding sculptures milled from MDF, brass plate etchings, and three large scale drawings rendered in the artist’s own blood.
SVA’s broad curriculum encompasses communications, design, entertainment, and fine arts with a faculty of distinguished professionals and established artists who help make SVA one of the most respected colleges of the arts.
In partnership with the Brooklyn Arts Council, the Level Hotel Brooklyn welcomes online entry for the Lobby Art Commission.
In his online Craftsy class, The Art & Science of Perspective, artist and architectural illustrator Jeff DiCicco helps students unlock the ability to depict scenes as they appear in the world around us.
4heads presents the Seventh Annual Governors Island Art Fair (GIAF) starting Saturday, September 6 and continuing every Saturday and Sunday in September.
New York Studio School is committed to giving a significant education to the aspiring artist that can last a lifetime.
TAG is a multi-stage artistic experiment that debuted with a collaboration between Jason Eppink (Queens, NY) and Thu Tran (Brooklyn, NY) this May at SPACES.