A colloquium at the NYU Steinhardt School plumbs the potential of art institutions to make an impact on immigrant lives.
Explore Part I of the MFA Thesis Exhibition, on view at 80WSE Gallery in New York’s Greenwich Village April 3–20. Part II will be on view May 1–22.
Explore Part I, on view at 80WSE Gallery in New York’s Greenwich Village through April 21. Part II opens May 2.
An 8-week immersive experience dedicated to mentored studio time, theoretical concerns, and establishing a professional practice for a career in art.
NYU Steinhardt’s six-story building in New York City’s East Village houses the Department of Art and Art Profession’s studios, shops, and labs, as well as classrooms, exhibition spaces, and faculty offices.
When you think of representations of full-figured women throughout history, works by Rubens or Botero may immediately come to mind.
The MFA program in Studio Art offers students the opportunity to study with accomplished artists and scholars within an interdisciplinary setting.
NYU Steinhardt’s MA program in Visual Arts Administration prepares you for dynamic careers in the nonprofit and commercial art sectors.
NYU Steinhardt’s programs in Art Education offer a unique opportunity to consider the arts and education through the lenses of contemporary artistic practice, social activism, and critical pedagogy.
NYU Steinhardt’s programs in Art Education offer a unique opportunity to consider the arts and education through the lenses of contemporary artistic practice, social activism, and critical pedagogy. Located in downtown New York City, the program takes advantage of the incredible cultural resources of the East Village, Chelsea, and greater metropolitan area. Information Session on Wednesday, October 30 from 6-8pm.
The slogan “Silence=Death” remains one of the most recognizable images from the art produced during the AIDS crisis in America. Created by the activist art collective Gran Fury, it complemented a movement of creativity that held social change as its core. Now, over 30 years since the term “AIDS” was first recognized, the collective’s retrospective Gran Fury: Read My Lips at NYU captivates this tumultuous time in American history and shows us that, perhaps, we haven’t progressed much.
We would like to pause in our daily posting to thank our sponsors for the month of April, who make all our art coverage possible. Sponsors include Dia Art Foundation, the School of Visual Arts, AXA Art Insurance, NYU Steinhardt, Shapley Creative and the Tyler School of Art.