Two week intensives in drawing, painting, or sculpture are an amazing way for professional artists and students of all levels to gain new strategies and find tremendous growth.
Libraries, quilts, and instant cameras become transformative tools to enrich people’s lives.
Artists in the program engage in research-based practices, and are encouraged to converse and collaborate across subject matters using a combination of traditional and non-traditional media, technologies and techniques.
An 8-week immersive experience dedicated to mentored studio time, theoretical concerns, and establishing a professional practice for a career in art.
SVA’s Summer Residencies in New York City offer artists, designers and creative thinkers time, space and a supportive community in which to develop ideas and focus on their artistic direction.
In addition to the creation of personal work, residents will participate in several intensive workshops introducing them to the basics of 3D capture and output, as well as coding for artists.
The ability to see and to read an art object — whether a painting, sculpture, chair or vase, whether from the 16th century or the 21st century, from Asia or Europe — is an essential skill for working in the professional art world.
Students in the MFA program interact with Louisville’s wider arts community by participating in the university’s collaboration with local and regional museums and cultural institutions.
A low-residency format, students begin the 2-year program each semester in intensive on-site residencies in North Carolina, alternating between July on the Warren Wilson College campus and January in downtown Asheville.
Moore College of Art & Design will bring you out of the studio to have illuminating shared experiences with student colleagues and professionally active faculty who’ll provide a wide range of voices.
The program at SVA offers students the opportunity to bring their language into a complex meeting with the visual arts and the ideas that inform it.
An integral part of Christie’s, students make full use of Christie’s premises, as well as visiting public and private collections, and making international field trips.