The Visual Arts Program attracts emerging artists of unusual promise from around the world. They join a vigorous community, working alongside an exceptional faculty at a world-renowned research institution in New York City, the center of the art world.
Contemporary art has become increasingly interdisciplinary. To that end, the Visual Arts Program offers an MFA degree in Visual Arts rather than in one specific medium. The two-year studio program, taught by internationally celebrated artists, allows students to pursue digital media, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, performance and video art.
Sisrahtac is an exhibition showing at the Torrance Shipman gallery, an artist-run space in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, through January 16, 2015. It showcases, among others, the works of six current students, alumni and faculty.
Draw: Mapping Madness is an ongoing exhibition at the Inside-Out Art Museum in Beijing, featuring the work of 29 alumni and faculty of the Visual Arts program. Curated by Tomas Vu (Faculty), Mapping Madness is the first drawing survey exhibition hosted by the museum, and was made possible with the help of the LeRoy Neiman Foundation and The Inside-Out Art Fund at the Beijing Cultural Development Foundation.
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New York, November 24, 2014—When Pablo Picasso died in 1973 at the age of 91, he left behind a fortune in art and assets—but no will.
Currently on display at the Nathan Bernstein Gallery in New York till December 12, 2014, Five from Fourteen is a group art show featuring the works of James Case-Leal, Anna Glantz, Ali Harrington, Alyssa Piro and Heidi Howard, all 2014 graduates of the Columbia University Visual Arts MFA program.