The Burke Prize recipient will receive an unrestricted $50,000 award and an exhibition alongside a select group of prize finalists.
Generous departmental scholarships, as well as other forms of assistance, are available.
Documenting infernal encounters between human activity and the planet, Edward Burtynsky’s multidisciplinary Anthropocene Project is a grave call for change.
Poster House will open in spring 2019, winning animations will be displayed in the facade of the museum leading up to the grand opening.
Ego Obscura surveys Morimura’s 30-year-long career exploring representations of gender, sexuality, and the dynamics of power in cultural identity.
The School offers a free lecture series, evening and Saturday classes as well as a full program of exhibitions, twelve months a year, free and open to the public.
Join Christie’s Education’s Open House on November 30 to learn more about the master’s programs in New York.
The 107th CAA Annual Conference will address the full breadth of the field of visual arts and design with panels that examine a range of cultures, histories, and scholarship.
Racial injustice, family dinners and the spirit world collide in this striking play filled with dark humor and boiling suspense.
MA Curatorial Practice offers the place and time to expand your thinking and skills as a curator, with an extraordinary international faculty in one of the great centers of art in the world.
The exhibition will feature seven MFA candidates and will take place November 10 to December 2 at 205 Hudson Street.
Shop unique stoneware and support 92Y’s non-profit School of the Arts.