Thesis work by Filip Lav '16
Photo by Joel Jares

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 Visual Arts Program is interdisciplinary and 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 moving image, new genres, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.

Visual Arts News:

Assistant Professor Dana DeGiulio in Solo Exhibit 'Fear'

Assistant Professor Dana DeGiulio in Solo Exhibit 'Fear'

In Los Angeles’s take care gallery, Assistant Professor Dana DeGiulio has a solo exhibit titled Fear. Primarily featured in the gallery are DeGuilio’s paintings of flowers. There are two works in the exhibition: Instead and Our Bodies.

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Alumnus Jeffrey Meris '19 Awarded NXTHVN Fellowship for 2020

Out of the 250 applicants for NXTHVN’s second year of studio fellowships, nine were accepted, and alumnus Jeffrey Meris '19 is among them.

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Artists Come Together for the Exhibition 'LOVE 2020: Perfect Vision'

Artists Come Together for the Exhibition 'LOVE 2020: Perfect Vision'

The opening reception for the LOVE 2020: Perfect Vision exhibition was held at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery at Columbia University on January 30th at 5:00pm.

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Recent Alumnus Vikram Divecha '19 Featured in Three Exhibits this Winter

Recent Alumnus Vikram Divecha '19 Featured in Three Exhibits this Winter

Visual Arts alum Vikram Divecha '19 has work featured in exhibits in Dubai and Washington D.C. this winter.

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Alumna and Staff Member Patrice Renee Washington '14 Featured in 'Through Clenched Teeth'

Alumna and Staff Member Patrice Renee Washington '14 Featured in 'Through Clenched Teeth'

Alumna Patrice Renee Washington ’14, who is also a staff member at the School of the Arts, is in a group exhibit in Forest City Gallery titled Through Clenched Teeth which explores the moment when consumption becomes painful. 

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Scarf for 'She Opened the Door' Conference Designed by Columbia Artists

Scarf for 'She Opened the Door' Conference Designed by Columbia Artists

The scarf commemorating this year’s conference was designed by a current School of the Arts student, Yuri Yuan, in collaboration with Teresa Saputo-Crerend '87CC, '92BUS.

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