Information For Undergraduates - New York University
The Bachelor of Fine Arts is designed for undergraduate students who want to combine intensive and innovative studio art practice with an outstanding education in the liberal arts. A thorough grounding in art history and critical theory helps students explore issues in their own work and that of others. Studio courses in a wide variety of disciplines mix the rich visual traditions of the past with emerging forms and ideas. Interdisciplinary classes, which integrate modern and postmodern approaches with experimental artistic practices, encourage students to envision fresh new ways of making art.
The NYU program allows students to participate directly in the evolution of contemporary culture, viewing exciting exhibitions, important lectures and live performances as they happen. Because the program offers the vast academic resources of a major research university as well as a studio faculty of accomplished professional artists, students are prepared for meaningful careers in the arts, while being exposed to a rich cultural environment that far exceeds the scope of more narrowly defined art programs.
More information: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/art/studio/bfa
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