Stories about studios + projects
Nicole Eisenman 87 PT and Korakrit Arunanondchai 09 PR are the only two artists worldwide invited to show in both the 2019 Whitney and Venice biennials.
As a grad student in Glass, Mays Albaik MFA 19 GL is constantly discovering exciting ways to expand and refine her creative practice.
Thanks to a 2018/19 Fulbright Fellowship, Gayle Forman 14 GL will push materials exploration to new heights in São Paulo, Brazil.
With Toward Equitable Met Ticketing, a group of recent graduates are calling for the NYC museum to uphold its commitment to inclusion.
In an interdisciplinary Wintersession studio, students transform architectural glass and mirrors into visually arresting sculptural work.
In a recent talk, visiting artist Vincent Valdez 00 IL illuminated the process behind his stark and unsettling images of American society.
A look at how the department teaches students to take risks, cross disciplinary divides and write their own stories as professional artists.
In collaborating with fellow New Yorkers, designer Pam Prichett 82 GL rediscovers the joy of working with her hands—and launches a new business in the process.
Architect and artist Ming-Yi Wong MArch 10/PB 11 GL brings a studio approach to her work at the National Park Service in Washington, DC.