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ocated in New York’s legendary east curator lectures. Students may also choose to
CO N TE NTS village, NYU Steinhardt’s department spend one summer at an international artSite
faculty................................................................. 29 of art and art Professions is closely in berlin, Shanghai, or Ghana.
Studio art tied to the international art world in The m.a. in Studio art Summer Program
Painting and drawing ............................... 31 all its dimensions. The department’s in europe provides artists and current and
Sculpture ....................................................... 31 interdisciplinary approach to art, with its prospective art teachers an opportunity to work
Sculpture: Craft media ............................. 31 commitment to autonomy and experimentation, in a rich artistic milieu where they will meet
Printmaking .................................................. 31 as well as research, collaboration, and community internationally acclaimed artists, critics, and
digital art..................................................... 32 practice, underscores the central role of visual art curators. Contemporary art practice and theory
Photography ............................................... 32 within contemporary culture. is fused throughout the program with ongoing
video.............................................................. 32 downtown New York has long been a magnet lectures, seminars, and visits to museums,
environmental art activism.................. 32 for the world’s most innovative artists. Within galleries, artist studios, and cultural sites.
art education ................................................... 33 this cosmopolitan environment, NYU creates a The advanced Certificate in Studio art is
visual arts administration ........................... 34 home for visual artists and art professionals who a 12-credit program of study, that combines
visual Culture: Costume Studies ............... 35 work side by side with acclaimed performers, intensive contemporary art practice with critical
art Therapy ....................................................... 36 scientists, theorists, and philosophers to explore and cultural theory. Private and semi-private
doctoral Studies .............................................. 37 the frontiers of creative practice. studio space is available to certificate students
Special departmental features ................. 37 during the summer session only. Students may
Courses ............................................................... 38 degree Programs in Studio art The m.f.a. apply as either post- baccalaureate or post-
Program in Studio art is an intimate and highly master’s candidates.
Notice: The programs, requirements, competitive full-time program that combines Post-baccalaureate certificate students
and schedules listed herein are subject art and cultural theory with ambitious studio are recent b.f.a., b.S., or b.a. graduates in art
to change without notice. a directory practice. faculty meet regularly with students or related fields who wish to strengthen their
of classes is published each term with a both individually and in small, intensive group artistic and conceptual skills and who may be
current schedule. for the most up-to-date critiques, seminars, and projects classes. preparing a portfolio to apply to m.f.a. programs.
schedule changes, please consult alberT, Weekly visiting artist and curator lectures Courses include advanced studio and critical
NYU’s student information website. enhance the program’s connection to the theory electives, with opportunities for individual
art world and contemporary critical theory. mentoring, and artists’ visits.
facilities and faculty expertise include painting, The post-master’s certificate is ideal for those
drawing, installation, sculpture, photography, who have completed a master’s degree and wish
digital art, video, printmaking, performance, to continue developing a studio art practice,
ceramics, metalsmithing, curatorial projects, and while also addressing the larger philosophical
environmental art activism. and cultural implications of contemporary artistic
The m.a. in Studio art Summer Program activity. The program of study is centered on a
provides a unique opportunity for professional core interdisciplinary Graduate Projects praxis
artists and educators to expand their creative course and includes individual studio visits and
potential and focus their studio art practice a visitors’ series. all certificate students are
in a three-summer course of study that leads required to take 3 credits in graduate projects
to a thesis exhibition and a master’s degree. and 9 credits in studio electives.
The program’s six-week summer schedule
enables students to engage in full-time intensive
study. This program combines individual and
group critiques with weekly visiting artist/
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degree Programs in the arts london. in these international seminars, work closely with students to ensure
Professions The m.a. Program in art students explore current cultural and successful placements. recent
education seeks to transform the social issues affecting international internships include the metropolitan
landscape of the field through a radical arts practices. Working professionals museum of art; museum of modern
approach to visual arts education. With gain fresh insights into managing art; Whitney museum of american
a special focus on contemporary art arts organizations while acquiring an art; P.S.1 Contemporary art Center;
and its social context, the program overview of european cultural policies. department of Cultural affairs; Creative
conceptualizes the artist-teacher as Time; Christie’s; Sotheby’s; prominent
cultural producer, intellectual, and Global Study NYU Steinhardt is galleries; artists such as Paul Pfeiffer,
activist. Coursework is designed for expanding its artSites in berlin, Petah Coyne, and david laChapelle;
students who wish to pursue graduate- Shanghai, and Ghana to accommodate and creative companies, including mTv
level professional training leading to graduate study in studio art. Global Networks, Condé Nast Publications, and
teacher certification as artist-teachers artSites enable students to participate Zac Posen.
in public and private schools, museums, directly in the most innovative and
community-based programs, and other challenging art scenes in the world, and Facilities all of the art department’s
alternative educational sites. have opportunities to study, produce, studios, shops, labs, classrooms,
The m.a. Program in art Therapy curate, and exhibit work in these exhibition spaces, and faculty offices
offers an in-depth psychological and yet cosmopolitan environments. NYU offers are housed in a six-story beaux arts
strongly art-based curriculum, including a range of summer and winter session building. facilities include studio
rigorous academic course work and an courses abroad. Classes and workshops classrooms and workshops for sculpture,
extensive internship practicum (1,000 taught by NYU faculty and local artists, printmaking, painting, drawing,
hours) at a wide range of placements scholars, and professionals introduce ceramics, metalsmithing, sewing,
and populations in the metropolitan students to the local art scene and photography, computer and digital
area. The program also offers a unique explore the differences in global cultures printing, and video. The m.f.a. studios
cross-cultural internship experience in that are influencing contemporary art. are spacious and private, with windows
non-Western countries such as Tanzania, The university is also expanding its on New York City’s east village.
Peru, South africa, and morocco. The new campus in abu dhabi in the The art resource Center (arC)
program was established by edith coming years. houses a collection of slides and a
Kramer, a pioneer and prominent growing collection of digital images
figure in the field, and is one of the first Faculty The close relationship covering the full spectrum of Western
training programs accredited by the between the department’s faculty and art and specializing in contemporary
american art Therapy association. students is at the heart of each of our art. The arC has computer research
The m.a. Program in visual Culture: programs. Studio faculty include some stations, career and professional
Costume Studies focuses on the history of the highest profile figures in the information for artists, and produces a
of costume and textiles in its broadest contemporary art world, who are readily quarterly listing detailing opportunities
aesthetic and cultural context and was available to students despite extensive such as grants, residencies, and
the first curriculum in the United States international exhibition schedules. They exhibitions. There is a small library
to educate specialists in this field. represent broadly diverse approaches of non-circulating books and magazines
Students work with professionals in to content, critical theory, and media. for reference and a video library
legendary New York institutions such recent additions to the studio faculty for faculty.
as the metropolitan museum of art’s include Trisha donnelly, lyle ashton Students have many exhibition
Costume institute, the museum of the harris, Sue de beer, ross bleckner, opportunities throughout the
City of New York, and the brooklyn Carol bove, and maureen Gallace. The department and can participate as
museum. art Professions Programs, led by dipti curators and exhibitors in the rosenberg
The m.a. Program in visual arts desai in art education, Sandra lang in Gallery and the Commons, which also
administration promotes a thorough art administration, ikuko acosta in art serve as venues for interdisciplinary
understanding of the cultural forces Therapy, and Nancy deihl in Costume collaborations, performances,
affecting the visual arts for professionals Studies, are intensely involved in arts receptions, workshops, meetings,
managing arts organizations. Students policy, education, and community and public events. The department’s
develop keen management, marketing, engagement in the visual arts. issues 2,800-square foot 80 Washington
and financial skills and work with such as globalization and the display of Square east Galleries (80WSe) provide
both for-profit and not-for-profit culture in a large spectrum of cultural exceptional exhibition space in the heart
organizations. in addition to taking institutions and alternative sites are core of the campus. The galleries are a vital
coursework in the department, students features across the curriculum. interface with the larger community
take classes at the Stern School of and host exhibitions of graduating
business and the robert f. Wagner Internships in the arts New York City m.f.a. and m.a. students, as well as
Graduate School of Public Service. New provides a wide range of internship reviewed exhibitions curated by faculty,
initiatives include curatorial projects settings that help students make alumni, students, and guests. broadway
in collaboration with the department’s essential connections and acquire Windows and Washington Square
galleries and students in the studio art professional experience in fields Windows serve as street-side galleries
programs. The m.a. Program in visual related to their studies that will serve for exhibitions of student work and
arts administration also offers study them well into the future. Program curated projects.
abroad in the Netherlands, berlin, and advisers and an internship coordinator
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Special departmental Features The The department of art and art New York University is one of the
visiting artist and Curator lecture Professions provides exceptional nation’s leading research universities,
Series is just one of the vibrant public opportunities for cross-disciplinary with 48,000 students enrolled
programs that includes lectures, discourse and experimentation. New in 14 schools and colleges. With
performances, panels, symposia, and York City’s galleries, museums, schools, students from all over the world, the
video screenings. recent visitors have studios, and performance spaces from multinational, multiethnic makeup of
included Shirin Neshat, anthony appiah, Chelsea to brooklyn and the lower the student body presents myriad
hélène Cixous, Catherine lord, Gedi east Side are an integral part of NYU’s perspectives, energetic exchanges, and
Sibony, lynne Cooke, Shamim momin, extended campus, as are the University’s fresh insights.
Kalup linzy, Ulrike ottinger, okui vast intellectual and academic
enwezor, and emily Jacir. resources.
Ikuko acosta, Clinical assistant trisha donnelly, Clinical associate Number of adjunct Faculty
Professor. b.a. 1966, rutgers; m.a. 1981, Professor. b.f.a. 1995, California (los
Ph.d. 2002, New York. aTr-bC, lCaT. angeles); m.f.a. 2000, Yale. Studio art: 43
art education: 6
Nancy Barton, Clinical associate Maureen Gallace, master Teacher. b.f.a. visual arts administration: 14
Professor. b.f.a. 1982, m.f.a. 1984, 1981, hartford; m.f.a. 1983, rutgers. Costume Studies: 7
California institute of the arts. art Therapy: 13
Lyle ashton Harris, Clinical assistant
ross Bleckner, Clinical associate Professor. b.a. 1988, Wesleyan; m.f.a.
Professor. b.S. 1971, New York; m.f.a. 1990, California institute of the arts.
1973, California institute of the arts.
Natalie Jeremijenko, assistant
Carol Bove, Clinical associate Professor. Professor. b.S. 1993, Griffith; b.f.a.
b.S. 2000, New York. (hon.) 1992, royal melbourne institute of
Technology; Ph.d. 2007, Queensland.
Jesse Bransford, Clinical assistant
Professor. b.a. 1996, New School for Carlo M. Lamagna, Clinical associate
Social research; b.f.a. 1996, Parsons Professor. b.a. 1969, College of the
School of design; m.f.a. 2000, holy Cross; m.a. 1971, massachusetts
Melissa rachleff Burtt, Clinical Sandra Lang, Clinical associate
associate Professor. b.S. 1985, drexel; Professor. b.a. 1972, middlebury College;
m.a. 1993, New York. m.b.P. 1983, Columbia.
Peter Campus, Clinical associate kevin McCoy, associate Professor. b.a.
Professor. b.S. 1960, ohio State. 1989, Whitman College; m.f.a. 1994,
rensselaer Polytechnic institute.
david darts, assistant Professor. b.a.
1992, b.ed. 1995, m.ed. 2002, Ph.d. Gerald Pryor, associate Professor;
2004, british Columbia. artist-in-residence. b.a. 1968, Trinity
College; m.a. 1976, hunter College
Sue deBeer, Clinical assistant Professor. (CUNY).
b.f.a. 1995, Parsons School of design;
m.f.a. 1998, Columbia. Judith S. Schwartz, Professor. b.a.
1964, Queens College (CUNY); m.a.
Nancy deihl, master Teacher. b.a. 1981, 1969, Ph.d. 1983, New York.
douglass College; rutgers; m.a. 2002,
New York. John torreano, Clinical associate
Professor. b.f.a. 1963, Cranbrook
dipti desai, associate Professor. academy of art; m.f.a. 1967, ohio State.
diploma (Textile design) 1981, National
institute of design (india); m.a. 1984,
Wisconsin (madison); ed.m. 1986,
Columbia; Ph.d. 1995, Wisconsin
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M.F.a. iN STuDiO aRT deGree PrOGraMS M.A. Degree in Studio Art expected to develop and refine an
PROGRaM CO-DiRECTORS Summer/New York individual artistic voice while they are
Sue debeer M.F.A. in Studio Art 36 units, three summers provided with personal instruction from
email@example.com 60 units The m.a. in Studio art Summer Program faculty and visiting artists, curators, and
each year, the NYU m.f.a. Program in New York is a three-summer, 36-credit theorists. Contemporary art theory is
John Torreano in Studio art brings together an program in interdisciplinary studio art underscored throughout the program
firstname.lastname@example.org exceptional group of committed practice. The program provides a unique with ongoing lectures, seminars, and vis-
artists to develop their work within a opportunity for working artists and its to museums, galleries, artist studios,
STuDiO aRT community of faculty and colleagues. art educators to expand their creative and other cultural sites. Students exhibit
SuMMER PROGRaM for two years, students are asked vision, experiment with new genres, a final body of work during the summer
PROGRaM DiRECTOR to engage in a process that is both and explore issues in contemporary session at Steinhardt.
lyle ashton harris intensely introspective and collectively art and critical theory. an intensive
email@example.com open to the challenges and issues of the and demanding course of study, the deGree reQuIreMeNtS
larger world. We encourage students to m.a. degree program in studio art 6 units in m.a. Graduate Studio Critique,
M.a. iN STuDiO aRT consider, both critically and irreverently, combines the excitement of the New 6 units in art theory and criticism, 9
SuMMER/NEw yORk their own practices and assumptions, as York art world with the resources of a units in graduate projects, 9 units in
PROGRaM DiRECTOR well as those of the contemporary art great research university. during three studio electives, 3 units in final project/
John Torreano world, and to pursue their visions to the intensive summer sessions, students exhibition, and 3 units in electives.
firstname.lastname@example.org point of excess as needed. are provided with studio space and
The m.f.a. program is small in size, immersed in the development of a body Advanced Certificate in Studio Art
M.a. iN STuDiO aRT with only 20 students in residence. of work under the guidance of NYU’s 12 units
SuMMER/EuROPE There are no restrictions on media, renowned faculty in studio art and The advanced Certificate in Studio art
PROGRaM DiRECTOR and students are encouraged to work critical studies. Students participate is a 12-credit program of study which
david darts with whatever formal means are best in an m.a. Thesis exhibition at the combines intensive contemporary art
email@example.com suited to their ideas. during the department’s 80 Washington Square practice with critical and cultural theory.
course of study, students engage in a east Galleries during their third summer. Private and semi-private studio space is
team-taught interdisciplinary critique a required core sequence engages available to certificate students during
class each semester, as well as one full students and faculty in a dynamic the summer session only. Students may
afternoon each week of individual studio dialogue about contemporary art and apply as either post-baccalaureate or
meetings with visiting artists or critics serves as the foundation on which post-master’s candidates.
and full-time faculty. The acclaimed students build their studio practice. Post-baccalaureate certificate
artists who make up the full-time and Students are encouraged to work across students are recent b.f.a., b.a., or
adjunct m.f.a. faculty include artists, disciplines. facilities and courses are b.S. graduates in art or related fields
critics, and writers with diverse interests available in painting, drawing, sculpture, who wish to strengthen their artistic
and disciplines who see teaching as photography, digital art, video, and conceptual skills and who may be
an integral part of an ongoing and printmaking, and ceramics as well as art preparing a portfolio to apply to m.f.a.
influential creative practice. They are theory, art history, and critical studies. programs. Courses include advanced
drawn from the surrounding New York individual studio visits by faculty studio and critical theory electives, with
art world and are deeply engaged with and visiting artists along with weekly opportunities for individual mentoring,
their students. The relationship between lectures by artists and critics enhance and artists’ visits.
the faculty and students represents the students’ studio practice. The post-master’s certificate is
core of the m.f.a. community. ideal for those who have completed a
Students may complete the required deGree reQuIreMeNtS graduate degree and wish to continue
60 credits in two years or opt to 6 units in m.a. Graduate Studio Critique, developing a studio art practice
participate in a third year practicum, 6 units in art theory or critical studies, while also addressing the larger
during which they may take advantage 6 units in graduate projects, 9 units philosophical and cultural implications
of study abroad opportunities at NYU in studio art, 3 units in final project/ of contemporary artistic activity. The
Global artSites in Ghana or berlin, or exhibition, and 6 units in electives. program of study is centered on a core
participate in prestigious exchange interdisciplinary Graduate Projects
programs such as the bruni-Sarkozy/ M.A. Degree in Studio Art praxis course and includes individual
Sorbonne post-studio exchange Summer/Europe studio visits and a visitors’ series.
program. 36 units, three summers
The NYU program in europe utilizes a deGree reQuIreMeNtS
deGree reQuIreMeNtS contemporary atelier model of studio all certificate students are required to
Students are required to take m.f.a. instruction. Coursework does not strictly take 3 credits in Graduate Projects and 9
Graduate Studio Critique, m.f.a. follow a segmented course structure, credits in studio electives.
individual Critique and review, and and classes are designed to organically
m.f.a. Thesis, m.f.a. exhibition as well intersect and flow into one another.
as courses in art theory and critical The instructional approach takes many
studies, studio electives, and internship forms including workshops, lectures,
in college teaching. seminars, and critiques. Students are
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studio art, continued vISItING artISt aNd recent visiting artists and curators Ulrike ottinger
CuratOr LeCture SerIeS include: laurence rickels
aNd StudIO vISItS richard artschwager Gedi Sibony
The weekly visiting artist and Curator Nicelle beauchene Genesis bryer P-orridge
lecture Series is an important facet Nayland blake lynn Tillman
of both the m.f.a. and summer m.a. barbara bloom Tracy Williams
Studio art Programs. once each week, Greg bordowitz martha Wilson
students meet individually with art beth Campbell
department faculty and selected visiting alejandro Cesarco Career OPPOrtuNItIeS
artists, followed by a presentation by helene Cixous alumni of the program in studio art
the visiting artist/curator. because of feri daftari are represented by major New York
our location in the center of the New Chie fueki galleries, featured in contemporary
York art world, these lectures regularly barnarby furnas museums, recipients of prestigious
bring some of the city’s most innovative Kenneth Goldsmith fellowships, and featured artists-in-
artists and critics into the department. Kathleen hanna residence. many hold positions as
The lectures serve as a forum for the Chrissie iles teachers, designers, and curators.
discussion of contemporary issues in the emily Jacir
visual arts and are meant to interface atta Kwami
with students’ work and expose Shamim momin
them to the ideas and experiences of Wangetchi mutu
professional artists and critics. Shirin Neshat
Painting and Sculpture Sculpture: Craft media
drawing Sue deBeer Judith Schwartz
Maureen Gallace firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Sculpture courses allow artists and a vibrant cross-disciplinary movement
Graduate study in painting and drawing students to explore their ideas in in contemporary art has created a
explores the ability of these media to three-dimensional space at a time when renewed connection between fine arts
communicate through visual, tactile, new technologies are becoming a part and craft media. Courses in ceramics,
and conceptual means. The program of everyday life. as borders between mixed media sculpture, metalsmithing,
sustains a rigorous critical dialogue media shift, contemporary sculpture, jewelry, and sewn fabrics allow artists
through one-on-one meetings with and installation work may include new to expand their ideas and practices
faculty and visiting artists, in addition uses of video, ceramics, architecture, through a wide range of materials and
to group discussions and critiques. fabric, drawing, or performance, as well skills in the art department’s studio
focus is on issues specific to painting as classic skills such as woodworking, facilities. in ceramics, fully equipped,
as it relates to history, aesthetics, welding, or mold making. natural lit studios housing numerous
materials, and contemporary life. The sculpture facility covers a full electric, down, and updraft gas kilns
emphasis is also placed on how the floor of the barney building and is provide an ideal facility for a dynamic
practice of painting can interact with— divided into a wood and metal shop, working environment in the heart of
sometimes contrasting and sometimes a critique room, and a plaster and manhattan. Through a unique liaison
complementing—other forms of art moldmaking studio. Shop technicians with Urban Glass, the largest facility in
making. Peer-to-peer camaraderie is are available for information and the United States dedicated to glass as
a strong component of the program. oversight of the studio. The sculpture an art form, students can expand their
Students are encouraged to experiment faculty includes area director Sue creative vocabulary in this medium as
and expand their current studio debeer, who recently completed solo well. area director Judith Schwartz is
strategies as they develop a vital and exhibitions in berlin, los angeles, and one of the world’s leading authors and
personalized art practice. The painting New York, as well as beverly Semmes, curators in ceramics. faculty, including
and drawing faculty is led by maureen Trisha donnelly, Carol bove, luis Gispert, matt Nolen, beverly Semmes, Klaus
Gallace and includes Jesse bransford, Corey mcCorkle, rico Gatson, Curtis burgel, Shida Kuo, Sayumi Yokouchi,
John Torreano, and ross bleckner, as mitchell, dave hardy, ian Cooper, and and Kanik Chung, discuss work within a
well as many acclaimed adjunct faculty. other innovative practitioners. historical, contemporary, and theoretical
framework designed to foster technical,
literary, and critical skills. both the artist
and the artist/teacher are prepared
to meet professional standards for a
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studio art, continued Printmaking Photography viewing areas, projection, and video
Mark Johnson Gerald Pryor equipment checkout. an advanced
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com video suite contains two additional
editing stations and a 24p camera. The
The print area offers a full range of Photography is an evocative medium video area is guided by Peter Campus,
courses exposing students to the central to the development of art in the a pioneer in video art, whose current
breadth of established and emerging 21st century. it embraces aesthetics, installation work has recently been
methods and approaches. all work is political and historical issues, and an shown in madrid, Paris, and New York
examined in a contemporary, critical ongoing dialogue with the “self.” City. The video faculty also includes alex
framework designed to challenge The darkroom is a state-of-the- mcQuilkin and aida ruilova, a finalist for
and extend the student’s creative art analogue and digital facility the hugo boss Prize.
experience. complete with a 30" color processor,
experimentation and exploration group black-and-white and color
are strongly encouraged. The print darkrooms, and eight individual color environmental art
studios enable students to realize darkrooms. The classrooms, which can activism
projects in a wide variety of methods, also be used as shooting studios, are Natalie Jeremijenko
including etching, silkscreen, relief, equipped with imacs, video and slide firstname.lastname@example.org
book arts, letterpress, as well as digital projectors, scanners, and digital photo
laser cutting and 3-d printing. Print printers. There is a large selection of Natalie Jeremijenko, one of the most
collections housed in the city’s museums equipment for loan from 35 mm, digital, visible and dynamic artists working at
and galleries contribute to a highly 4 x 5 cameras, and tungsten lights to the intersection of art, technology, engi-
developed environment for the study professional strobe lights. introductory, neering, and environmental studies, has
of printmaking. The printmaking area intermediate, and advanced classes are established the environmental health
is supervised by mark Johnson; faculty offered in black-and-white, color, digital, Clinic, a laboratory to diagnose envi-
includes Kiki Smith, valerie hammond, documentary, and photography and ronmental ills and create solutions for a
and Noah breuer. performance, as well as studio courses greener tomorrow. Working with design-
including lighting and medium- and ers, gardeners, and computer scientists,
large-format cameras. artists, critics, Jeremijenko, who is herself an engineer
digital art and historians share faculty duties in as well as an artist, has established a
kevin McCoy this innovative area, led by performance cross-disciplinary team of artists and
email@example.com artist Gerald Pryor. outstanding researchers who contribute to a slate of
photography faculty include lyle poetic and political projects.
as we look toward the future of ashton harris, whose work was recently
technology, the role of artists in realizing included in the venice biennale, hiroshi
the potential, as well as the potential Sunairi, adam Putnam, amy Granat, and
difficulties, inherent in rapid cultural dan Torop.
change is more central now than at Several courses in photography
any time since the bauhaus. The vision offered in cooperation with the
of artists in humanizing technology, international Center of Photography
allowing individuals to respond to mass are open to graduate students in the
media, is a unique form of resistance m.a. and m.f.a. programs in studio art.
as well as a source of creative energy. iCP courses focus on the history of
The newly completed computer studio, photography.
with an imac classroom; a laptop
lounge; a full range of software for
Photoshop, drawing, design, video, video
3-d, sound, Web, and open-source Peter Campus
projects; and equipment for video firstname.lastname@example.org
projection, scanning, small-scale prints,
and drawing tables has enabled the video has been a major force in the
art department to explore new media art world since the 1970s; with new
on a vastly expanded scale. New advances in technology, video will soon
courses have been developed in design, become a dominant force in commercial
freeware, Web-based art, laser cutting, film industries, as well. artists working
and 3-d printing, as well as seminar in video have been at the forefront of
courses in post-postmodern theory. The these new developments, exploring
adjacent digital Printing Studio, with its both the public impact of mediated
large-scale epson printers, has brought imagery and the personal resonance of
all of the department’s programs increasingly convenient technologies.
together for workshops and exhibitions. in fall 2008, the department completed
artist Kevin mcCoy recently completed a new computer studio for video and
major installations for the british film new media, housing 16 innovative imac
institute and moma in New York. workstations, a laptop lounge, and
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DiRECTOR the M.a. Program in art education The art education program is part adMISSION reQuIreMeNtS
dipti desai seeks to transform the landscape of of the Steinhardt School of Culture, in order to be considered for admission,
email@example.com the field through a radical approach education, and human development applicants must have a minimum GPa
to visual arts education. With a special teacher training programs and has been of 3.0 and a bachelor’s degree with a
DEGREE focus on contemporary art and its social accredited by the Teacher education minimum of 27 credits in studio art and
m.a. context, the program conceptualizes accreditation Council (TeaC). a minimum of 9 credits in art history, as
the artist-teacher as cultural producer, The faculty consists of highly visible well as a liberal arts/general education
intellectual, and activist. Coursework is artists and scholars on the cutting from an accredited four-year college or
designed for students who wish to pur- edge of the field. Personal attention university. for international applicants,
sue graduate-level professional training is given to each student throughout a minimum Toefl score of 120 internet
leading to teacher certification as artist- the program, from initial advisement or 280 computer is required. in addition
teachers in public and private schools, through completion of the final project. to the general requirements, applicants
museums, community-based programs, Classes are small in order to foster an must submit 20 examples that reflect
and other alternative educational sites. it optimal exchange between faculty and the strongest selections of their artistic
also prepares students to be innovative students. practice (in digital form) and a 500-
researchers and persuasive advocates interested candidates are word (typed) statement describing
for the arts in schools. encouraged to visit the program, meet their interest in art education and the
NYU’s program in art education with faculty and current students, and direction they wish to pursue in the
combines a strong foundation in sit in on classes. field. formal interviews, as part of the
critical theory with a solid grounding in admissions process, are by invitation
practice, including experience teach- Career OPPOrtuNItIeS only. for those who live outside the
ing in a Saturday art school. Through a The art education program prepares metropolitan area, a phone interview will
sequence of core courses grounded in teachers and curriculum specialists in be arranged.
a progressive social justice approach, visual art for positions in elementary,
students examine the making and teach- middle, and high schools nationally aCCredItatION
ing of art as a social act, and consider and internationally. our graduates also The Steinhardt School of Culture,
its philosophical, historical, political, and work as educators in art museums, education, and human development
sociological contexts. Students develop community-based programs, and arts teacher education program has been
a pedagogical foundation through organizations, and some pursue doctoral accredited by the Teacher education
courses in education, art education, and study in art education, curriculum, and accreditation Council (TeaC) for a
research methodologies while continu- instruction. period of five years. The accreditation
ing their work as artists in graduate-level certifies that the Steinhardt teacher
studio courses. Special partnerships deGree reQuIreMeNtS education program has provided
with museums, nonprofit art organiza- m.a. candidates with no initial evidence that it adheres to TeaC’s
tions, and educational initiatives provide certification take the following courses: quality principles. The accreditation
students with a wide range of oppor- pedagogical foundations (16 units); affirms the claim that NYU Steinhardt
tunities to gain practical experience in studies in critical theory in art uses evidence to develop and improve
the field. education (6 units); advanced studio its programs that prepare teachers. for
for students who have an in art (6 units); student teaching in more information, contact TeaC, one
undergraduate b.a. or b.f.a. degree art education (6 units); the social dupont Circle, Suite 320, Washington,
in studio art and wish to acquire responsibilities of teachers: drug dC 20036; 202-466-7236; www.teac.
teacher certification, the m.a. Program and alcohol education/child abuse org.
in Teaching art, all Grades, offers a identification/violence prevention (0
curriculum that satisfies the academic units); and research in art education
requirements for New York State and final project (3 units).
teacher certification. To fulfill New York Students with an initial teaching
State teacher certification requirements certificate take the following courses:
for initial certification, the candidate studies in critical theory in art and art
must enroll in the 37-unit m.a. program. education (15 units); guided elective (3
for students who already have units); advanced studio in art (9 units);
an initial teaching art certificate, and research in art education and final
the 30-unit m.a. program meets project (3 units).
the academic requirements for New
York State permanent certification. Please be advised that licensing
To fulfill the total requirements for agencies and fieldwork placement
permanent certification, a candidate facilities in your field of study may
must additionally complete two years require that you undergo a criminal
of school experience as a full-time background check, the results of
paid teacher. This requirement can be which the agency or facility must
fulfilled while taking courses toward the find acceptable prior to placement or
master’s degree. licensure.
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visual arts administration
(Nonprofit and established in 1971, the visual arts the program must complete a substan- environment of the visual arts,
For-Profit administration Program became the tial, well-researched master’s thesis. ARVA-GE.2030 (3 units); information
Concentration) first in the nation to focus specifically on research focuses on a particular interest Systems for the visual arts, ARVA-
administrative careers in the visual arts, or issue in the visual arts field; this is GE.2109 (3 units)
DiRECTOR in both traditional and alternative con- a two-semester sequence that begins
Sandra lang texts. Taking into account the cultural with an interactive seminar. Students primary areas of study
firstname.lastname@example.org and economic impact of the visual arts, complete the thesis during their last (Select either area; 9 units required)
nationally and internationally, the pro- semester in the program.
DEGREE gram prepares administrators who can ii. arts management
m.a. adapt to the rapidly changing demands Career OPPOrtuNItIeS exhibition & display of art, ARVA-
of the field. as institutions and corpora- both the internship program and GE.2027 (3 units); development for
tions turn to the visual arts to serve the the master’s thesis provide critical the visual arts, ARVA-GE.2032 (3
aspirations of their communities, the opportunities for graduate students units); Strategy Planning and Gover-
administrator becomes a powerful edu- to develop relationships with art nance, ARVA-GE.2133 (3 units)
cator, helping shape cultural values. organizations in New York, nationally,
The program promotes a thorough and internationally. The program ii. arts market
understanding of the cultural forces includes a series of supervised art Collecting, ARVA-GE.2016
affecting the visual arts for professionals internships. Students have gained (3 units); visual arts market,
managing arts organizations. Students placement in museums, alternative ARVA-GE.2076 (3 units); appraisal
develop keen management, market- spaces, public art agencies, galleries, & valuation of art, ARVA-GE.2171
ing, and financial skills. Students study auction houses, and consultancies and (3 units)
traditional methods of presentation and work with program advisers and the
audience development as well as new department’s internship coordinator iii. business courses (9 units. required)
media technology. Through consider- in planning this important component Leonard N. Stern School of Business
ation of conceptual and practical issues, of their educational experience. or Robert F. Wagner Graduate School
students are prepared for the increas- organizations providing internship of Public Service
ingly specialized opportunities in this and research opportunities locally leadership in organizations
challenging field. faculty expertise, have included the museum of modern COR1-GB.1302 (3 units); financial
alumni experience and success, and art, metropolitan museum of art, accounting COR1-GB1306 (3 units);
a strong international applicant pool Solomon r. Guggenheim museum, marketing Concepts and Strategies
ensure that students are provided with New York City department of Cultural COR1-GB.2310 (3 units)
the optimal resources of an advanced affairs, JPmorgan Chase manhattan
professional program set in the context bank Collection, Jewish museum, asia iv. internships (3 units. required)
of a major urban cultural center. Society, Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Whitney internship in art, ARVA-GE.2302
While the visual arts administration museum of american art, Cooper- (variable 1–3 units/semester)
Program is primarily oriented toward hewitt National design museum,
the nonprofit arts management segment Pace-Wildenstein Gallery, and the United v. thesis (3 units. required)
of the field, the program also offers a Nations. a more complete listing of the research in visual arts administra-
for-profit concentration in arts markets. organizations where graduate students tion, ARVA-GE.2299 (2 units);
This innovative, first-of-its-kind special- have secured national and international final Project, ARVA-GE.2301 (1 pt)
ization provides the training necessary internships may be found on the
to succeed in today’s competitive program’s webpage. secondary areas of study
for-profit marketplace as dealers, gal- in addition, the program serves as an (Choose one from the following sug-
lerists, consultants, and auction-house active information center for advocacy gested areas of study, or create your
professionals. issues and for career opportunities. The own area of study–9 units required.)
fifty-one units of course work are program works closely with its visual
required for graduation. Courses are arts administration alumni to provide vi. curatorial studies
offered on a rotating basis so that part- special events and to facilitate mentor- exhibition design, ARVA-GE.2019
time students can finish the program in ing and career opportunities. Graduates (3 units); documentation in the
three years. Students take entry-level hold positions in a broad cross-section visual arts, ARVA-GE.2198 (3 units);
business courses at the NYU leonard N. of museums, cultural institutions, Graduate Projects: Curatorial Praxis,
Stern School of business and the robert foundations, galleries, auction houses, ARVA-GE.2911 (3 units)
f. Wagner Graduate School of Public and advisory services throughout North
Service and fulfill 3–9 units of intern- america, europe, and asia. vi. arts advocacy/art education
ships with a range of sponsors, including art education in museums,
galleries, museums, and other arts deGree reQuIreMeNtS ARVA-GE.2021 (3 units); arts
organizations. The course sequence is advocacy: Concept and Practice,
determined by advisement and tailored i. core courses (12 units) marketing ARVA-GE.2035 (3 units);
to the needs of each individual student. the visual arts, ARVA-GE.2005 Urban development & visual arts,
in addition to business and internship (3 units); law and the visual arts, ARVA-GE.2112 (3 units)
requirements, students in both areas of ARVA-GE.2028 (3 units); The
34 dePartMeNt OF art aNd art PrOFeSSIONS The STeiNhardT SChool of CUlTUre, edUCaTioN, aNd hUmaN develoPmeNT bUlleTiN 2011–2013
visual arts vii. electives by advisement are adMISSION reQuIreMeNtS and for-profit institutions. for further
administration, selected from, but not limited to, steinhardt.nyu.edu/graduate_admissions information, please contact the office
continued the following as well as courses of academic initiatives and Global Pro-
offered throughout the university in order to be considered for admission grams at 212-992-9380.
(6 units). to the program, applicants must have a
solid GPa and a strong art history back- COuNCIL ON artS
introduction to Galleries and ground, as well as appropriate internship MaNaGeMeNt PrOGraMS
museums ARVA-GE.2002 (3 and/or work experience. application, The Council on arts management
units), function and Structure of transcripts, a personal statement, and Programs is a faculty group in NYU
museums ARVA-GE.2015 (3 units), other necessary material should be Steinhardt that represents the fields of
exhibition and display of art and sent directly to the office of Graduate music business, performing arts admin-
material Culture ARVA-GE.2027.095 admissions, along with three letters of istration, and visual arts administration.
(london), ARVA-GE.2060 (3 units), recommendation, preferably from both The council’s mission is to ensure a
Corporate art Programs: Cultural academic and professional sources, and vital future for the arts by educating
branding in the arts ARVA-GE.2134 a current résumé. once applications highly qualified professionals to shape,
(3 units), Cultural marketing in have been reviewed, qualified applicants influence, and lead arts organizations,
the arts: Corporate Sponsorship under consideration will be contacted institutions, and businesses and to serve
ARVA-GE.2212 (1.5 units), issues and to arrange for a personal interview, or, the present and future needs of artists.
Practice in arts administration: The if this is not possible, a telephone inter- The goals of the council are to lead
european Context, ARVA-GE2215 view will be arranged. public events highlighting important
(3 units) (Netherlands and berlin), international students must have a developments in the fields of art and
history of Taste 1850-present minimum Toefl score of 280 on the business and incorporate results into
ARTCR-GE.2141 (3 units), history of computerized test or 120 on the online learning outcomes; to generate in-
Contemporary art and New media test to apply to the program. on arrival novations in curricula through active
ARTCR-GE.2235 (3 units), art and at New York University, accepted ap- interchange among programs and
ideas ARTCR-2450, art Theory & plicants will be tested by the american dissemination of new knowledge and
Criticism i ARTCR-GE.2801 (3 units), language institute and must qualify for research; and to examine and integrate
art Theory & Criticism ii, ARTCR- level 84 of instruction. national and international developments
GE.2802 (3 units), Current issues in affecting the arts in their cultural, social,
art education, ARTED-GE.2070 (3 Study aBrOad economic, and political contexts. for
units), art education in alternative an international study abroad seminar further information, visit steinhardt.nyu.
Settings ARTED-GE.2276 (3 units), provides graduate students, alumni edu/commissions/arts_management.
Cultural Tourism MPAPA-GE 2225 of arts administration programs, and
(1.5 units). arts management professionals with a
unique opportunity to observe exciting
program total: 51 units changes in the visual and performing
arts in a broad range of european ven-
for program information, please ues. Students explore current cultural
consult the website: steinhardt.nyu.edu/ and social issues affecting interna-
art/admin. tional arts practices in both nonprofit
visual Culture: Costume Studies
DiRECTOR the field of costume studies is one of and galleries in New York, teach courses museum administrators, collection
Nancy deihl the most exciting areas of current visual in costume and textile history, decora- managers, and exhibition consultants;
email@example.com arts research. Since 1979 the m.a. pro- tive arts, and conservation. Students as specialists at auction houses and
gram visual Culture: Costume Studies benefit from collections of costumes, galleries; as archivists and historical
DEGREE has focused on the history of costume accessories, and related objects at lead- researchers; and as educators, writers,
m.a. and textiles in its broadest aesthetic and ing institutions, including the Costume journalists, and critics.
cultural contexts. it was the first cur- institute at the metropolitan museum of
riculum in the United States to educate art, Cooper-hewitt National design mu- deGree reQuIreMeNtS
specialists in this field. seum, museum of the City of New York, core courses (15 units): literature and
The department offers courses that and the New-York historical Society. The methodology of Costume Studies ARCS-
emphasize the relation of costume stud- internship component of the program GE.2012, history of Costume: 1500-1804
ies to material culture and the fine and enables students to gain firsthand work ARCS-GE.2061, history of Costume:
decorative arts. The 42-unit curriculum experience and make valuable profes- The 19th Century ARCS-GE.2062, his-
includes core courses as well as elec- sional contacts. tory of Costume: The 20th Century
tives in exhibition and museum topics, ARCS-GE.2063, history of Costume:
art theory and criticism, and the decora- Career OPPOrtuNItIeS Contemporary dress arCS-Ge.2064.
tive arts. faculty in the program , some The costume studies program is suitable specialization courses (12–18 units):
of whom are associated with museums for those seeking careers as curators, Costume Conservation and display
35 dePartMeNt OF art aNd art PrOFeSSIONS The STeiNhardT SChool of CUlTUre, edUCaTioN, aNd hUmaN develoPmeNT bUlleTiN 2011–2013
visual culture: ARCS-GE.2069, history of Textiles: The electives (9–12 units): exhibition adMISSION reQuIreMeNtS
costume studies, ancient World Through 1700 ARCS- design ARVA-GE.2019, Costume as applicants to the program must hold
continued GE.2077, history of Textiles: The modern art ARCS-GE.2085, history of Taste an undergraduate degree in a major
era ARCS-GE.2078, design and Culture: ARTCR-GE.2141, appraisal and valuation field such as history, art history, theatre,
The 18th Century ARCS-GE.2100, design of art ARVA-GE.2171, independent Study anthropology, or sociology. applicants
and Culture: The 19th Century ARCS- ARCS-GE.2300, history of fashion Pho- with other majors and strong liberal arts
GE.2101, design and Culture: The 20th tography ARCS-GE.2911. internship (3-6 backgrounds, appropriate internships,
Century ARCS-GE.2102, Graduate Proj- units): internship in art ARCS-GE.2302. and/or work experience will be con-
ects in Costume Studies ARCS-GE.2910, final project (3 units): research in Cos- sidered. reading ability in one foreign
Contemporary design and Culture tume Studies ARCS-GE.2022 (2 units), language is recommended.
ARCS-GE.2912. final Project ARCS-GE.2301 (1 unit).
DiRECTOR New york university has been identified methods to the team. While the major and for New York State Creative art
ikuko acosta with the training of art therapists since frame of reference for psychological Therapy license (l.C.a.T.). New York
firstname.lastname@example.org the 1950s, when margaret Naumburg, understanding in the program is based University is also concerned with the
an eminent pioneer in the field, began on psychoanalytic theory, students continued growth and development
DEGREE to teach here. This tradition was are required and encouraged to study of art therapists. We have instituted
m.a. continued when edith Kramer came a wide range of personality theories. post-master’s courses of interest
to the University in 1973. by 1976, the in the course of a variety of classes, to working professionals, such as
master of arts in art Therapy Program students become familiar with a range Supervision Techniques in art Therapy
had obtained approval from the New of theoretical approaches. (ARTT-GE.2221). in addition, we offer a
York State education department, and The 49-unit master’s program offers lecture series and symposia featuring
in 1979 New York University’s Graduate unique opportunities to graduate speakers from the fields of art, art
art Therapy Program was one of five students in art therapy. The program is history, psychoanalysis, psychiatry, and
programs to receive approval and staffed by 12 highly qualified and diverse psychology. These special programs
accreditation from the american art adjunct faculty who provide an excellent allow art therapists and related
Therapy association (aaTa). over education and training for students. professionals to expand their knowledge
the years, the program has gained a Students receive an m.a. degree in and experience.
reputation for excellence and soundness art therapy upon the completion of
in clinical training that is borne out by course work that includes an internship adMISSION reQuIreMeNtS
the number of international applicants practicum and final project thesis. applications are for fall admission only.
as well as the success of its graduates. matriculation requires a bachelor’s
every summer, the program offers Career OPPOrtuNItIeS degree from an accredited college or
students a unique opportunity to art therapy is a rapidly growing field university. Prerequisite courses required
experience internships abroad, and that had its beginnings in the treatment include a minimum of 18 units in studio
practice clinical applications of art of severely emotionally disturbed art, 12 units in psychology (in addi-
therapy unique to specific cultural children and adults through the use of tion to introduction to Psychology),
contexts, such as in Tanzania, Peru, art. in recent years, it has expanded to and 30 units in the behavioral or social
South africa and brazil. reach a broad range of populations, sciences and/or liberal arts disciplines.
The program strives to create a such as substance abusers, aidS- Some of the art credits may be waived
balance between the therapeutic patients, the homeless, survivors of upon advisement if evidence of artistic
potential of the creative process itself trauma, and elderly with alzheimer’s excellence is apparent in the portfolio.
and the informed use of psychological disease and dementia. art therapists applicants are expected to show profi-
understanding in the treatment of frequently work in such settings as ciency in the basic areas of visual arts:
patients. Students learn to modify and hospitals, community mental health drawing, painting, and clay modeling.
adapt the two disciplines of visual arts centers, Child life programs, shelters, Prerequisite psychology courses include
and psychotherapy in order to effect the prisons, nursing homes, and schools. abnormal Psychology, Theories of Per-
synthesis of art therapy. Students learn faculty and graduates of the sonality, and developmental Psychology.
to use art materials and the creative program have held executive positions deficiencies in course credits may be
process according to the physical and in regional and national art therapy fulfilled prior to admission or during the
psychological needs of clients. associations (aaTa, NYaTa) and first year that courses are available.
in the diagnosis, planning, and regularly present papers at conferences. follow the instructions outlined by
treatment of individuals and groups, the Steinhardt School of Culture, educa-
the art therapist functions typically as PrOFeSSIONaL reGIStratION tion, and human development office
a member of a multidisciplinary team. aNd deveLOPMeNt of Graduate admissions for filing your
Professional skills include a working New York University’s m.a. degree application. Completed applications,
knowledge of the concepts and in art therapy meets the educational transcripts, and portfolio should be
methods of art therapy, as well as the requirements for registration (a.T.r.) by sent directly to the office of Graduate
ability to communicate its approach and the american art Therapy association admissions, along with three letters
36 dePartMeNt OF art aNd art PrOFeSSIONS The STeiNhardT SChool of CUlTUre, edUCaTioN, aNd hUmaN develoPmeNT bUlleTiN 2011–2013
art therapy, of recommendation (academic and deGree reQuIreMeNtS psychology (9 units): elective psychol-
continued professional), a current résumé, and a art therapy (28 units): art Therapy ogy courses to be selected through
500-word statement of purpose. with Children ARTT-GE.2033, art for art advisement from the wide selection of
applicants must have a minimum Therapists ARTT-GE.2034, art Therapy psychology courses offered by both the
GPa of 3.0 and are required to submit with adults ARTT-GE.2037, Pictorial and Steinhardt School of Culture, educa-
a digital portfolio of 15 examples of art- Sculptural analysis ARTT-GE.2040, art tion, and human development and the
work (drawing, painting, and sculpture, Therapy with Groups ARTT-GE.2042, Graduate School of arts and Science.
including figurative work). in addition, art Therapy with adolescents ARTT- Since both schools have a number of re-
personal interviews and attendance at GE.2044, Theory and Practice of nowned programs at both the master’s
the art workshop are required (by invita- art Therapy ARTT-GE.2145, diverse and doctoral levels, course offerings
tion only with special arrangements Populations in art Therapy: Trauma each semester are rich and challenging.
made for international applicants). ARTT-GE.2222, Cultural diversity in art
international applicants must have Therapy ARTT-GE.2223, research in art other (0 credits): identification and
a minimum Toefl score of 600 on the Therapy ARTT-GE.2228, final Project in reporting of Suspected Child abuse/
paper test, 250 on the computerized art Therapy ARTT-GE.2301, family art maltreatment APSY-GE.2273.
test, or 120 on the online test in order Therapy ARTT-GE.2765
to apply to the program. Upon arrival
at New York University, accepted ap- internship (12 units): internship in art
plicants will be tested by the american Therapy ARTT-GE.2302 (1,000 hours)
language institute and must qualify for
level 84 of instruction.
The program is currently considering
substantial revisions to the curriculum
and is, therefore, not accepting students
at this time.
Special departmental features
INterNSHIPS IN tHe artS GLOBaL artSIteS/Study for further information about
New York City provides a wide range aBrOad graduate study abroad opportunities,
of internship settings that help NYU Steinhardt is expanding its artSites contact the Steinhardt office of
students make essential connections in berlin, Shanghai, Ghana, and abu academic initiatives and Global
and acquire professional experience dhabi to accommodate graduate study Programs at 212-992-9380.
in fields related to their studies that in studio art and the art professions.
will serve them well into the future. artSites enable students to participate
Program advisers and an internship directly in some of the most innovative
coordinator work closely with students and challenging art scenes in the world,
to ensure successful placements. with opportunities to study, produce,
recent department internships have curate, and exhibit work in these
included the metropolitan museum cosmopolitan environments. Classes and
of art; museum of modern art; workshops taught by NYU faculty and
Whitney museum of american art; local artists, scholars, and professionals
P.S. 1 Contemporary art Center; NYC introduce students to the local art
department of Cultural affairs; Creative scene and explore the differences in
Time; Christie’s; Sotheby’s; prominent global cultures that are influencing
galleries; artists such as Paul Pfieffer, contemporary art.
Petah Coyne, and david la Chapelle; additional study abroad
and creative companies including mTv opportunities are offered at highly
Networks, Condé Nast Publications, and respected programs in london, the
Zac Posen. Netherlands, and berlin.
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The courses listed dePartMeNtaL COurSeS StudIO art Ceramics I
herein are to be arT-Ge.2517 60 hours: 3 units.
offered in 2011–2013. M.F.A. STuDio ArT CorE CourSES/ DrAwiNG
ArT-GE Ceramics II
topics in drawing arT-Ge.2518 60 hours: 3 units.
N OT ES TO COuR SE S M.F.a. Graduate Projects in Studio art arT-Ge.2120 60 hours: 3 units.
arT-Ge.2910 10 hours per unit: topics in Craft arts
1–3 units. Projects in drawing arT-Ge.2520 60 hours: 3 units.
to special students.
arT-Ge.2180 60 hours: 3 units.
M.F.a. Graduate Interdisciplinary topics in Ceramics
Projects advanced Projects in drawing arT-Ge.2540 60 hours: 3 units.
arT-Ge.2980 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2190 60 hours: 3 units.
Projects in Metalsmithing
Please be advised that M.F.a. Graduate Studio Critique PAiNTiNG arT-Ge.2581 60 hours: 3 units.
licensing agencies and arT-Ge.2990 30 hours: 3 units.
fieldwork placement topics in Painting Projects in Glass
facilities in your field of Internship in College teaching of art arT-Ge.2140 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2582 60 hours: 3 units.
study may require that arT-Ge.2991 30 hours: 3 units.
you undergo a criminal Projects in Painting Projects in Ceramics
background check, M.F.a. Individual Critique and review arT-Ge.2181 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2584 60 hours: 3 units.
the results of which arT-Ge.2993 60 hours: 3 units.
the agency or facility Corequisite: ART-GE .2990. advanced Projects in Painting advanced Projects in Craft arts
must find acceptable arT-Ge.2191 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2590 60 hours: 3 units.
prior to placement or M.F.a. exhibition
licensure. arT-Ge.2996 10 hours per unit: 3 units. PriNTMAkiNG advanced Projects in Ceramics
arT-Ge.2594 60 hours: 3 units.
M.F.a. thesis topics in Printmaking: Silkscreen
arT-Ge.2997 30 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2161 60 hours: 3 units.
art IN MedIa
M.A. STuDio ArT CorE CourSES Topics in Printmaking: etching
arT-Ge.2162 60 hours: 3 units. PhoToGrAPhY
M.a. Graduate Projects in Studio art
arT-Ge.2810 10–20 hours per unit: topics in Printmaking: relief topics in Photography
1–3 units. arT-Ge.2163 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2320 60 hours: 3 units.
M.a. Graduate Studio Critique Projects in Printmaking Projects in Photography
arT-Ge.2880 30 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2182 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2380 60 hours: 3 units.
M.a. Individual Critique and review advanced Projects in Printmaking advanced Projects in Photography
arT-Ge.2883 0 units. arT-Ge.2192 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2390 60 hours: 3 units.
SCuLPTurE The following courses in photography at
M.a. thesis and exhibition the iCP are open to graduate students in
arT-Ge.2886 45 hours per unit: 3 units. topics in Sculpture the m.a. and m.f.a. Studio art Programs
arT-Ge.2230 60 hours: 3 units. at NYU Steinhardt.
iNTErNShiP AND iNDEPENDENT
STuDY Projects in Sculpture 19th-Century Photography
arT-Ge.2280 60 hours: 3 units. arTCr-Ge.2111 30 hours: 3 units.
Internship in the arts
arT-Ge.2010 45 hourse per unit: 1–6 advanced Projects in Sculpture 20th-Century Photography
units. Hours to be arranged. arT-Ge.2290 60 hours: 3 units. arTCr-Ge.2112 30 hours: 3 units.
arT-Ge.2302 45 hours per unit: 1–6
units. Hours to be arranged. SCuLPTurE: CrAFT MEDiA DiGiTAL
Independent Study Craft arts I: Glass topics in digital art
arT-Ge.2300 45 hours per unit: 1–6 arT-Ge.2514 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2340 60 hours: 3 units.
units. Hours to be arranged.
Craft arts II: Metalsmithing Projects in digital art
arT-Ge.2515 60 hours: 3 units. arT-Ge.2652, 2653 60 hours: 3 units.
advanced Projects in digital art
arT-Ge.2391 60 hours: 3 units.
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courses, continued ViDEo art eduCatION/arted-Ge Supervised Student teaching of art in
the Secondary School
topics in video art Creative art activities in the arTed-Ge.2902 180 hours fieldwork:
arT-Ge.2360 60 hours: 3 units. elementary Classroom 3 units.
arTed-Ge.2002 (e25.1057) 30 hours:
Projects in video art 2 units.
arT-Ge.2382 60 hours: 3 units. vISuaL artS
aesthetic Inquiry for Children adMINIStratION/arva-Ge
advanced Projects in video art arTed-Ge.2010 30 hours: 3 units.
arT-Ge.2392 60 hours: 3 units. (Note: additional course work for arts
Contemporary art and Critical administration majors is taken at the
advanced Projects in art and Media Pedagogy: Identity, representation, leonard N. Stern School of business and
arT-Ge.2393 60 hours: 3 units. and Multiculturalism the robert f. Wagner Graduate School
arTed-Ge.2015 45 hours: 3 units. of Public Service.)
ENViroNMENTAL ArT ACTiViSM
Philosophy of art and art education Introduction to Galleries and Museums
Graduate Projects: environmental art arTed-Ge.2031 30 hours: 3 units. of New york
activism arva-Ge.2002 45 hours: 3 units.
arT-Ge .2983 10–20 hours per unit: Current Issues in art education
1–3 units. arTed-Ge.2070 30 hours: 3 units. Marketing the visual arts
arva-Ge .2005 30 hours: 3 units.
School art: Issues in Pedagogy and Prerequisite: GB-CORE.2313 Marketing
art tHeOry aNd CrItICaL Curriculum I Concepts and Strategies or PADM-
StudIeS/artCr-Ge arTed-Ge.2271 60 hours (45 hours GP.2119 Marketing Non-profit
fieldwork): 3 units. Organizations.
Modern art Seminar
arTCr-Ge.2050 30 hours: 3 units. School art: Issues in Pedagogy and the Function and Structure of Museums
Curriculum II arva-Ge.2015 30 hours: 3 units.
Introduction to Critical theory arTed-Ge.2272 60 hours (45 hours
arTCr-Ge.2060 30 hours: 3 units. fieldwork): 3 units. art Collecting
arva-Ge.2016 30 hours: 3 units.
History of 19th-Century Photography art education in alternative Settings:
arTCr-Ge.2111 30 hours: 3 units. Museums, Community-Based exhibition design
Organizations, and experimental arva-Ge.2019 30 hours: 3 units.
History of 20th-Century Photography Spaces
arTCr-Ge.2112 30 hours: 3 units. arTed-Ge.2276 45 hours (30 hours art education in Museums
fieldwork): 3 units. arva-Ge.2021 30 hours: 3 units.
the History of taste: 1850 to the
Present Media Literacy and art in the exhibition and display of art and
arTCr-Ge.2141 30 hours: 3 units. Classroom Material Culture
arTed-Ge.2277 45 hours: 3 units. arva-Ge.2027 30 hours: 3 units.
History of Contemporary art and New
Media Internship in the College teaching the Law and the visual arts
arTCr-Ge.2235 30 hours: 3 units. of art arva-Ge.2028 30 hours: 3 units.
arTed-Ge.2291 45 hours per unit:
dynamics of 20th-Century art theories 3–6 units. the environment of visual arts
arTCr-Ge.2252 30 hours: 3 units. administration
research in art education arva-Ge.2030 30 hours: 3 units.
art and Ideas arTed-Ge.2299 30 hours: 2 units.
arTCr-Ge.2450 45 hours: 3 units. development for the visual arts
Independent Study arva-Ge.2032 30 hours: 3 units.
art theory and Criticism I arTed-Ge.2300 45 hours per unit: 1-6
arTCr-Ge.2801 30 hours: 3 units. units. Hours to be arranged. Principles and Practices of visual arts
art theory and Criticism II Final Project arva-Ge.2036 30 hours: 3 units.
arTCr-Ge.2802 30 hours: 3 units. arTed-Ge.2301 45 hours per unit: 1
unit. the artist’s Career
Methods and Practices of art Criticism arva-Ge.2060 30 hours: 3 units.
arTCr-Ge.2803 30 hours: 3 units. Supervised Student teaching of art in
the elementary School visual arts Markets
advanced Critical theory arTed-Ge.2901 180 hours fieldwork: 3 arva-Ge.2076 30 hours: 3 units.
arTCr-Ge.2869 30 hours: 3 units. units. Fall, spring.
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courses, continued audience development and the visual Costume Conservation and display art for art therapists
arts arCS-Ge.2069 30 hours: 3 units. arTT-Ge.2160 45 hours: 3 units.
arva-Ge.2107 30 hours: 3 units. Prerequisite: ART-GE.1156.
History of textiles: the ancient world
Information Systems and the through 1700 diverse Populations in art therapy:
visual arts arCS-Ge.2077 30 hours: 3 units. Substance abusers
arva-Ge.2109 30 hours: 3 units. arTT-Ge.2221 10 hours: 1 unit.
History of textiles: the Modern era
urban development and the visual arts arCS-Ge.2078 30 hours: 3 units. diverse Populations in art therapy:
arva-Ge.2112 30 hours: 3 units. Geriatrics
design and Culture: the 18th Century arTT-Ge.2222 12 hours: 1 unit.
Corporate art Programs arCS-Ge.2100 30 hours: 3 units.
arva-Ge.2118 45 hours: 3 units. Psychology of the artist
design and Culture: the 19th Century arTT-Ge.2240 45 hours: 3 units.
Strategic Planning and Governance for arCS-Ge.2101 30 hours: 3 units.
the visual arts research in art therapy
arva-Ge.2133 30 hours: 3 units. design and Culture: the 20th Century arTT-Ge.2280 20 hours: 2 units.
arCS-Ge.2102 30 hours: 3 units.
Cultural Branding in arts Organizations Final Project in art therapy
arva-Ge.2134 30 hours: 3 units. Contemporary design and Society arTT-Ge.2301 10 hours: 1 unit.
Prerequisite: B01.2310 or P11.2119. arCS-Ge.2451 30 hours: 3 units.
appraisal and valuation of art History of Fashion Photography
arva-Ge.2171 30 hours: 3 units. arCS-Ge.2452 30 hours: 3 units.
documentation and visual arts for the Final Project in Costume Studies
artist and the art Manager arCS-Ge.2301 45 hours per unit: 1 unit.
arva-Ge.2198 30 hours: 3 units.
History of Fashion Photography
Cultural Marketing in the arts: arCS-Ge.2911 30 hours: 3 units.
arva-Ge.2212 15 hours: 1.5 units.
research in visual arts administration
arva-Ge.2299 20 hours: 2 units. Fall. Introduction to art therapy
arTT-Ge.2010 45 hours: 3 units.
Final Project in visual arts
administration art therapy with Groups
arva-Ge.2301 10 hours per unit: 1–3 arTT-Ge.2032 45 hours: 3 units.
art therapy with Children and early
COStuMe StudIeS/arCS-Ge arTT-Ge.2033 45 hours: 3 units.
Literature and Methodology of art therapy with adolescents
Costume Studies arTT-Ge.2034 45 hours: 3 units.
arCS-Ge.2012 30 hours: 3 units.
art therapy with Families
research in Costume Studies arTT-Ge.2036 20 hours: 2 units.
arCS-Ge.2022 20 hours: 2 units.
art therapy with adults
History of Costume: 1500-1804 arTT-Ge.2037 45 hours: 3 units.
arCS-Ge.2061 30 hours: 3 units.
Pictorial and Sculptural analysis in art
History of Costume: the 19th Century therapy
arCS-Ge.2062 30 hours: 3 units. arTT-Ge.2040 45 hours: 3 units.
History of Costume: the 20th Century theory and Practice of art therapy
arCS-Ge.2063 30 hours: 3 units. arTT-Ge.2145 37.5 hours: 3 units.
History of Costume: Contemporary techniques of Supervision in art
arCS-Ge.2064 30 hours: 3 units. arTT-Ge.2150 10 hours: 1 unit.
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