Our Studio Art degree from New York University is dedicated to assisting artists in developing their work through an approach that is intensely introspective while collectively open to the challenges and issues of the larger world. We ask you to consider, both critically and irreverently, your own practices and assumptions, as well as those of the contemporary art world.
Designed to be small, the degree provides ample opportunity for individual attention and critique. We are nonrestrictive and encourage you to work with whatever media or formal means best suit your ideas.
Student Learning Outcomes
Analyze and examine the process of artistic production through guidance and critique with faculty, visiting artists, curators and critics.
Develop critical thinking as it applies to the conceptual and aesthetic foundation of individual studio practice.
Communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing the link between theory and individual artistic practice with specific attention to historical and cultural contexts.
Synthesize critique and intellectual reflection into individual artistic production, culminating in a thesis exhibition of contemporary and critical relevance.
- Graduate Studio
- Visiting Artist, Curator, Faculty Studio Visits
- Articulating The Visual Arts or elective by advisement
- Contemporary Practice or elective by advisement
- MFA Seminar: Visiting Artist Roundtable
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Deadline passed
DisciplinesVisual Arts View 537 other Masters in Visual Arts in United States
- Statement Of Purpose
- Artist's Statement
- Letters Of Recommendation
- Proficiency in English
International21540 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 10770 USD per semester and a duration of 24 months.
National21540 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 10770 USD per semester and a duration of 24 months.
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