This low-residency, 60-credit interdisciplinary MFA program is designed for experienced artists who want to pursue graduate study without disrupting their ongoing careers. The emphasis of the program is in integrating practice with theory, where students are encouraged to be independent thinkers and researchers who may focus within one specific medium or work across various media.  

Studio Art (Low-Residency MFA)

Nikki Moser, Studio Art (Low-Residency MFA) '14

News and Upcoming Events

Sarabel Santos Negrón Exhibition: 10/27/16 - 2/20/17

Sarabel Santos Negrón (MFAST '19) featured in solo exhibition at Museo Casa Roig in Humacao, Puerto Rico

In her recent series of artworks "Between Kingdoms: Conversations about the Natural World", Sarabel Sangros Negron explores the natural world from a biological, botanical and ecological approach. Her interest lies in evoking nature, not only in its composition or physical appearance, but also by its molecular and chemical structure. Sarabel combines drawing on paper with plastic (polyethylene or plastic bags) as a response to concerns about pollution and the excess production of this material that affects our environment.

This exhibition will be on view from October 27, 2016 through February 20, 2017 at Museo Casa Roig in Humacao, Puerto Rico.

Brett Wallace Exhibition: through 12/9/16

Brett Wallace (MFAST '19) will be launching his new performative project entitled "Reserved for Engineering" at This Friday or Next Friday on November 18, 2016 from 6-9pm.

Part product launch, part exhibition, part interactive event, Reserved for Engineering is a meditation on the speed, quantity, and spectacle of production and distribution. Wallace intervenes in these systems by addressing labor through the self-created company Amazing, recording testimonials of employees hired by the artist, and displaying a video of the first delivery of artwork by drone. Viewers will shuffle through the gallery turned Fulfillment Center, navigating a space of customized pizza boxes, drone surveillance, and employees sorting and stocking cultural goods, all the while feeding the network created by the space that is Reserved for Engineering.

The exhibition will be on view through December 9, 2016. This Friday or Next Friday is located at 89 Bridge St., in Brooklyn (Dumbo), NY.


Upcoming Lecture

Billy Friebele and Mike Iacovone awarded residency at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in Washington D.C.