The MA Programs in Art + Education aspire to transform the landscape of the field through a radical approach to visual arts education and artistic practice. With a special focus on contemporary art and its social context, the programs position the artist-teacher as cultural producer, intellectual, and activist able to work in schools, museums, community-based programs, alternative educational sites, and in the public realm. Our programs combine aspects of contemporary art, critical pedagogy, and social activism, preparing students to be innovative researchers and persuasive advocates for the arts in schools and society.
For additional information, watch an online Information Session for all Art + Education Programs.
Information Sessions are scheduled for the following dates from 6-7pm.
Contact Marlee to RSVP for one of these sessions at firstname.lastname@example.org:
October 20, November 10, December 1, and January 19
Any questions? Contact Julia Olson at (212) 998-5746 or email@example.com.
See examples of student work: Certification and Community Practice programs.
Attention High School Students:
Saturday Art Workshop is a free 8-week program that allows high school students to infuse issues of social justice into a dynamic art-making practice. Apply now for Fall 2016.