Approximately 1,200 district schools have had to decrease spending after Mayor Eric Adams cut funding by over $200 million.
Art Classes Are Helping Transform Medical Education
Classes like Anne Willieme’s are part of the burgeoning field of medical humanities, which aims to tackle the disciplinary divide between art and science.
Meet the New Faculty in the UConn Department of Art and Art History
Supporting artmaking across a broad range of studio media, the program offers an internationally recognized faculty, generous financial support, and new graduate studios.
A Nonprofit Distributes $2 Million Worth of Art Supplies and Books to New York City Public Schools
Mister ArtSee received an in-kind donation of over 100,000 art education books and kits to be distributed to children in public schools throughout NYC.
UConn’s MFA Art Sale is Live: Support the Next Generation of Artists
The collection offers a range of 2D and 3D work by faculty, students, and alumni, and supports MFA thesis exhibitions in New York City.
Visiting Artists Play a Pivotal Role in VCU School of the Arts’ Department of Sculpture + Extended Media
Students receive full tuition support, paid assistantships, research travel grants and exhibition opportunities.
Vermont College of Fine Arts Supports Visual Artists with New Distinguished Artist Award
The award reflects the College’s continued support of diverse students from a variety of cultural, racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Social Practice Queens Combines Art and Social Action in Unique Graduate Programs
The low-cost studio-based degree pairs the resources of the Queens College Art Department with the community-based activism of the Queens Museum.
UConn’s First Three-Year MFA Art Class Graduated in May, and Here’s What They are Doing Now
UConn’s MFA Studio Art Program is no longer the “best kept secret” in the country.
Innovate and Grow with Arts Activists from Around the Globe at NYU Tisch
New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts invites applications for its groundbreaking, one-year M.A. in Arts Politics.
School of Visual Arts Division of Continuing Education Courses Begin September 20
Courses available in animation, fine arts, visual narrative, and many more.
SVA’s Summer 2018 Continuing Education Courses Begin June 4
From one-day workshops to semester-long courses, take the opportunity to immerse yourself and be inspired.