Organized around the concept “To Transform,” these NYC programs include conversations, film screenings, readings, and research about work that enacts transformation.
With degrees in art education, art history, and studio art, graduate students at the Ohio school enjoy many opportunities, including generous stipends for assistantships.
Part of Georgia State University, the school offers graduate students tuition waivers, studio space, graduate assistantships, and career experiences.
At SIU, students are exposed to creative approaches in Blacksmithing, Ceramics, Design, Drawing, Glass, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, or Small Metals.
Something about the Weather is a new and original work by New York-based composer, producer, and performer Hahn Rowe.
Hundreds of online and on-campus courses begin January 30. Plus, take part in artist residencies in the fine arts, critical studies, social practice, and more.
The Brooklyn arts organization offers discounted pre-launch membership for experienced ceramic artists beginning January 15, with reduced hours of operation.
The Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts fuses interactive online education with intensive residencies around the world.
The dancing sculpture will be on view at three special performances in January and February. Tickets are on sale now.
Join the New-York Historical Society on January 13 for a virtual conversation on disability narratives with Catherine Morris, Lynne Cooke, Matthew Higgs, and Park McArthur.
Foundational to VCFA’s MFA in Visual Art program, Visual Culture Research Projects expand and transform students’ studio practices with individualized study plans.
Funding and competitive scholarships are available for the MA/PhD in Art History & Criticism as well as for the MFA in Studio Art.