The Fine Arts & Technology, M.F.A. specialization prepares graduates to pursue a self-directed career as a fine artist in areas including creative development, digital imaging, experimental media, digital sculpture, performance art, installation art, time-based art, and web-based art.
Courses emphasize critical thinking; the development of aesthetic concepts; historical perspectives of art theory; philosophical questions related to image-making; content as experience and product; and the application of fine arts practices to computer technologies/digital media. Students may pursue professional careers in art galleries and museums, and as art dealers, curators, art critics, and more.
Midge Karr, Room 201
16 W. 61st St., Room 911