New York Art Schools

Thank you for your interest. We currently do not have any Schools in our database matching your Search. Please try another search in New York
 
 
Results:  3
Matching School Ads
The schools below offer related programs that other inquirers have considered.

Five colleges of study.  One clear focus: Your career success.
Earn the respect of employers with a degree you can earn on campus, online or both.

Selected Campus Locations:
  • Online
  • New York

Learning at Full Sail University has always centered around interaction and the exchange of ideas. Our online curriculum fully embraces this philosophy.

Selected Campus Locations:
  • Online
 

Attending Art School in New York

If you are a true lover of the arts in America, this is your Graceland. Not only is the Big Apple the mecca of all things arts and culture, it is the largest city in the United States and one of the greatest cities in the world. Its greatness, however, is not just a result of its formidable size. The city’s diversity (a third of the city’s population is foreign born) is what really contributes to the innumerable colors, flavors, and mores of this incomparable metropolis. An art student who manages to actually decide on one of the many art schools and programs in the city, will find themselves faced with another great challenge upon arrival: what do you do first? New York offers over 80 museums, 500 galleries, and what seems to be a new event every day. It truly is the city that never sleeps as there is simply not enough hours in the day to enjoy all that New York has to offer. Among the museums, the most notable surely includes the largest museum in the world (and arguably the best), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (the Met), as well as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Whitney (American classics), the Frick (old Masters), and the Guggenheim (avant-garde at its best). In fact, New York is the birthplace of abstract expressionism and postmodern American avant-garde; and for those who believe the daring experimental art of the 70s and 80s is dead, then a trip to the always controversial Brooklyn Museum of Art is definitely in order. In fact, if you live in the city, you really cannot escape the presence of the arts; The Gates, or the Nomadic Museum, Gregory Colbert’s 45,000 sq ft. floating space docked at Pier 54. In addition, the great number of thriving galleries could only survive in such a pedestrian city as New York. Though the Village and SoHo still maintain an engaging assortment of spaces, Chelsea remains the epicenter of galleries. Among the must-see venues, Matthew Marks and Freight & Volume have gotten more than a little attention, as well as Andrea Rosen, Daniel Reich, and David Zwirner. Of course, a trip to either of the two Gagosian galleries is also in order…if, that is, you can find the time. According to William Saroyan, "The role of art is to make a world which can be inhabited."  Since 8.1 million people have decided to call it home, we’re guessing that the arts in New York have more than helped to make it livable. For this reason, an art student who wants access to it all has an easy choice in New York City.

209 East 23rd Street
New York, NY 10010
(212) 592-2000
www.schoolofvisualarts.edu
Enrollment:  
3000
Faculty:  
800
Programs:  
Undergraduate Programs- Advertising, Animation, Cartoonng, Computer art, Film & Video, Fine Arts (Sculpture, video, painting, drawing, installation art, computer art and print-making), Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design, and Photography; Graduate Programs- painting, drawing and sculpture. Since that time, SVA has added seven more graduate programs: Art Criticism and Writing; Art Education; Art Therapy; Computer Art; Design; Illustration as Visual Essay; and Photography, Video and Related Media
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts
Features:  
The largest independent undergraduate art college in the United States; Academic Advisement and Career Development; Visual Arts Library; Milton Glaser Summer Program; Visual Opinion student magazine; On The Town Events; Visual Arts Gallery, SVA Gallery, Westside Gallery
Noted Alumni:  
Jared Leto (actor), Gerard Way (leading singer of My Chemical Romance), Keith Haring, Ralph Bakshi (animator), Jesse Richards (painter/ filmmaker), Harry Savides (cinematographer)
66 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10011

www.parsons.edu
Enrollment:  
2,800 (full population, undergraduate and graduate)
Faculty:  
30 (full time), 675 (adjunct)
Programs:  
Animation, Architecture, Art History, Broadcast Design, Business, Communication Design, Design & Management, Design Studies, Design & Technology, Digital Design, Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Fine Arts, Furniture Design, Graphic Design, History of Decorative Arts & Design, Illustration, Information Design, Industrial Design, Integrated Design, Interdisciplinary Studies, Interface Design, Interior Design, Lifestyle Design, Lighting Design, Management, Painting, Photography, Product Design, Product Development, Robotics, Sculpture, Web Design
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
The first art and design school in America to found a campus abroad, affiliate schools are located in France, Dominican Republic, Japan, and South Korea; Visiting Artists Program; Setting for the reality television show, Project Runway; Study Abroad, Tutoring, and Internship Program; PSD Exhibition Center and four libraries; Arnold & Sheila Aronson Galleries; an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, NASAD; a member of AICAD, the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design
Noted Alumni:  
Donna Karan (fashion designer), Isaac Mizrahi (fashion designer), Paul Rand (Graphic Designer), Tom Ford (fashion designer), Marc Jacobs (fashion designer), Edward Hopper (painter), Norman Rockwell (painter), Joel Schumacher (film director and producer), Hector Luis Bustamante (actor, graphic designer), Kelly Chen (Hong Kong singer), Anna Sui (fashion designer), Jane Frank (painter, mixed media artist, sculptor, advertising designer, illustrator), Matthew Perpetua (Fluxblog creator), Jason Witenstein-Weaver (artist, creative technologist), Amy V. Cooper (photographer), Jack McCoullough (fashion designer)
70 Washington Square South, 12S
New York, NY 10012
(212) 998-1212
www.nyu.edu
Enrollment:  
19826
Faculty:  
15
Programs:  
Fine Arts, Urban Design and Architecture Studies, Studio Art (minor only), Conservation (MA and Certificate), Curatorial Studies (MA and Certificate), History of Art and Archaeology
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Art
Features:  
Grey Fine Arts Library and Study Center, The Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, Grey Art Gallery; former New York Times Art critic John Russell has called the Department of Fine Arts at NYU "the best undergraduate department of art history in the country"; Study Abroad, Internship
Noted Alumni:  
Michael Gartner, Morton Gould, Galway Kinnell, Frank McCourt, George Perle, Dorothy Rabinowitz, James Ford Rhodes, Harold C. Shonburg, John Patrick Shanley, Charles Simic, Neil Simon, Doug Wright, Woody Allen, Whoopi Goldberg, Louis Gassett, Jr., Marcia Gay Harden, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Burt Lancaster, Charles Kaufman, Ang Lee, Alan Menken, Carole Bayer Sager, Oliver Stone, Jim Taylor, Marisa Tomei, Debra Messing, Cameron Manheim, Tony Kushner, Selma Blair, Billy Crystal, John Cusack, Bridget Fonda, Gina Gershon, Ethan Hawke, Anne Hathaway, Felicity Huffman, Jeffrey Katzenburg, Spike Lee, Meg Ryan, Adam Sandler, Martin Scorcese, M. Night Shyamalan, Leonard Baskin, Rita Mae Brown, Candace Bushnell, Carson McCullers, Countee Cullen, Miriam Davenport, Yury Gitman, Jorie Graham, Sean Hannity, Joseph Heller, Don Hewitt, Leonard Maltin, James A. Porter, Charlie Rose, J.D. Salinger, Ben Shahn, George Segal, Danielle Steele, Russell Simmons, Maria Bartiromo
200 Willoughby Avenue
New York, NY 11205
(718) 636-3600
www.pratt.edu
Enrollment:  
4600
Faculty:  
899
Programs:  
Architecture, Art Education, Liberal Arts (with focus on writing), Library & Information Science, Communications Design (Graphic Design, Illustration, and Advertising/ Art Direction), Digital Arts (2D, 3D, Interactive Media, Experimental Media), Fashion Design, Fine Arts (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Ceramics, and Jewelry), History of Art (Theory, Criticism and History of Art, Design and Architecture), Industrial Design (Products, Furniture, Transportation, Exhibition, and Table Top), Interior Design, Media Arts (Photography, Film, Animation), Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Arts and Cultural Management, Development, M.S. in Dance/Movement Therapy, M.P.S. in Art Therapy--Special Education, and Spring/Summer Intensive Program, , Master of Science in Interior Design
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Science in Education
Features:  
The Rubelle & Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, The Saturday Art School, Study Abroad Programs in Copenhagen, Venice, and Tuscany; Academic Advisement; Pratt boasts the oldest continuously-operating, privately-owned, steam-powered electrical generating plant in the country. In the East Building you can see the steam turbines along with a collection of other Brooklyn memorabilia and talk with Conrad Milster, Chief Engineer and steam aficionado
Noted Alumni:  
David Ascalon (sculptor), Bernard Chang (illustrator), Daniel Clowes (cartoonist, screenwriter), Jules Feiffer (cartoonist), Harvey Fierstein (actor, singer), John Flansburgh (musician), Eva Hesse (painter), Terrence Howard (actor), Betsey Johnson (fashion designer), Malcolm Jones III (comic book artist), Ellsworth Kelly (painter, sculptor), Robert Mapplethorpe (photographer), Marcus McLaurin (comic book writer/editor), Morton Meskin (comic book artist), Paul Rand (graphic designer), Robert Redford (actor, director), Max Weber (artist) (painter), Rob Zombie (musician, director, writer), Peter Zumthor (architect), Jeremy Scott (fashion designer), Bill Griffith (cartoonist)
30 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003
(212) 353-4342
www.cooper.edu
Enrollment:  
845
Faculty:  
29, 14 visiting artists currently
Programs:  
The School of Art does not require declared majors or minors, or "lockstep sequences of prerequisite courses"; The school's philosophy is, "based on the belief that creative development thrives most in an interdisciplinary environment. Boundaries that once separated arts disciplines have faded. Artists need to be well prepared in more than one field."
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Features:  
The Cooper Union is one of the most selective colleges in the United States; More than two-thirds of a student's time is spent in studio courses. The School of Art offers state-of-the-art facilities; they include painting studios, sculpture and printmaking shops, photography studios and darkrooms, film and video facilities, and a computer studio. In addition, the Center for Design and Typography enables students to work in guided classroom situations with clients, and they can conduct research in the Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design & Typography, an archive of seminal works in graphic design; Irma Giustino Weiss Cultural Enrichment Fellowship Program; Summer Residency Program; Great Hall Gallery, Houghton Gallery, Lubalin Center, Seven floors of "lobby exhibitions"; arguably the most prestigious art school in North America
Noted Alumni:  
illustrator/designer Seymour Chwast, designer Milton Glaser, designer Herb Lubalin, artist Eva Hesse, and artist/printmaker Alex Katz
2960 Broadway
New York, NY 10027-6902
(212) 854-1754
www.columbia.edu/
Enrollment:  
4,115 (full population, Columbia College)
Faculty:  
13
Programs:  
Visual Arts; Art History & Architecture (offered through a separate department)
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts
Features:  
Artists in Residence, Visiting Artists Lecture Series, The Graduate School of Visual Arts is highly selective (Between 650-750 students apply each year. Typically 20-25 are accepted); Each MFA student is provided with a private art studio with 24-hour access in one of the School of the Arts facilities; Leroy Neiman Center for Print Studies; Advisory program; Traditions (Primal Scream, The Varsity Show, the First Year Run, The Naked Run, Tree Lighting Ceremony, The Joyce Kilmer Memorial Annual Bad Poetry Writing Contest); Columbia has an extensive tunnel system
Noted Alumni:  
Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Madeline Albright, Pat Buchanan, Alexander Hamilton, Alan Greenspan, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Robert Livington, John McLaughlin, James Meredith, Barack Obama, George Pataki, Ben Stein, George Stephanopoulos, Shirley Chisholm, John Jacob Astor II, Warren Buffet, John Ashbery (poet), Isaac Asimov, Peter Eisenmann, Paul Gallico, Federico Garcia Lorca, Allen Ginsberg, Anthony Hecht, Joseph Heller, Langston Hughes, Jack Kerouac, Carson McCullers, J.D. Salinger, Isamu Noguchi (sculptor), Upton Sinclair, Mark Van Doren, Herman Wouk, James Cagney, Vanessa Carlton, Brian Dennehy, Matthew Fox, Art Garfunkel, Jake Gyllenhaal, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Tony Kushner, Terrence McNally, Anna Paquin, Amanda Peet, George Segal, Julia Stiles, and an amazingly long list of Nobel Laureates.
Why You Should Go Here: