New York School of the Arts

Art
Upper East Side, New York, New York
(14 Reviews)

New York School of the Arts is a school that has been created to fulfill the expectation of the transformed contemporary art world. It is based on the heritage of the traditional discipline and at the same time an exploration of the new media. In the modern context of New York City, we use a strong atelier methodology along with critical and conceptual practices.

Conceived as a multidisciplinary hub, our school explores the studies of fine arts, design, architecture and music and, with our future Center of the Arts, will host an international gallery, artist’s studio and our Arts Intensive Program. Counting on the support and the expertise of important living and visiting artists, our students have access to a range of cutting-edge workshops, lectures, panel discussions, critiques, and school events.  

We offer a broad spectrum of arts educational programs, programs in general art study, studio practices, instruction on the business of art and later a study abroad program with an intention to broaden our international dimension. Students also find enrichment in museum and gallery visits as well as opportunities to participate in areas of specialized study with other partnering New York City art organizations. Students have many opportunities to exhibit their work in the School galleries, including in our prestigious year end Annual Show.  

Our dynamic and flexible program structure provides students with a solid foundation in arts education. Also, students have opportunities to experience and collaborate with visiting art professionals such as art dealers, curators, and members of other prestigious art institutions. This will facilitate connections with New York City galleries and an immersion into the New York City art scene. This multi-faceted experience provides our students with the comprehensive knowledge and support they need for a professional career in the arts.

Reviews of New York School of the Arts

(14 Reviews)

4/3/2018
Jim L

Attended: Advanced Studio


Fun, highly energized environment. The level of talent is mind-blowing. The school is good for both beginners, and advanced artists.

4/3/2018
Geo G

Attended: Advanced Studio


The school is new, and a work-in-progress, which makes for an exciting, energized environment. A lot of truly talented artists take classes here, so there's plenty of inspiration.

4/3/2018
Jim L

Attended: Abstraction: Development of Language and Imagery


Fun, highly energized environment. The level of talent is mind-blowing. The school is good for both beginners, and advanced artists.

4/3/2018
Geo G

Attended: Abstraction: Development of Language and Imagery


The school is new, and a work-in-progress, which makes for an exciting, energized environment. A lot of truly talented artists take classes here, so there's plenty of inspiration.

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4/3/2018
Geo G

Attended: Projects in Printmaking


The school is new, and a work-in-progress, which makes for an exciting, energized environment. A lot of truly talented artists take classes here, so there's plenty of inspiration.

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4/3/2018
Jim L

Attended: Figure and Composition: Complete Traditional Skills


Fun, highly energized environment. The level of talent is mind-blowing. The school is good for both beginners, and advanced artists.

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4/3/2018
Geo G

Attended: Figure and Composition: Complete Traditional Skills


The school is new, and a work-in-progress, which makes for an exciting, energized environment. A lot of truly talented artists take classes here, so there's plenty of inspiration.

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4/3/2018
Jim L

Attended: Projects in Printmaking


Fun, highly energized environment. The level of talent is mind-blowing. The school is good for both beginners, and advanced artists.

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4/3/2018
Sandra C

Attended: Projects in Printmaking


I have taken numerous courses at the New York School of the Arts. One of which is Printmaking. The professors are extremely professional and knowledege. The classes are not overly large so you are able to work with the professors individually. They go beyond to help you further your own creative vision. The students are very welcoming and there is always interesting dialogue between all involved. A special enviroment with much enthisuiasm for the artistic process.

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2/18/2018
Anonymous

Attended: Projects in Printmaking


I have taken numerous courses at the New York School of the Arts. Printmaking as well Abstract Painting and Alternative Materials and Cyanotype The professors are extreemely professional and knowledege. The classes are not overly large so you are able to work with the professors individually. They go beyond to help you further your own creative vision. The students are very welcoming and there is always interesting dialogue between all involved. A special enviroment with much enthisuiasm for the artistic process.

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315 E 62nd St 2nd Fl, New York, New York 10065
New York School of the Arts
Upper East Side, Manhattan
315 E 62nd St 2nd Fl
Btwn 1st & 2nd Avenues
New York, New York 10065

Upcoming Classes at New York School of the Arts

Color Theory
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Tuesday May 29th, 4pm

Drawing: Form and Movement
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Monday Jun 4th, 9am

Watercolor: The Techniques
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Monday Jun 4th, 9am

Exploring Western Woodblock Techniques
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Monday Jun 4th, 9:30am

Sculpture: Portrait
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Monday Jun 4th, 1pm

Projects in Printmaking
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Monday Jun 4th, 1pm

Figure Painting the Model w/ Focus on Portrait
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Monday Jun 4th, 4pm

Figure and Composition: Complete Traditional Skills
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Monday Jun 4th, 4pm

Drawing: Anatomy and Artistry
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Monday Jun 4th, 7pm

Figure Painting
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Monday Jun 4th, 7pm

Contemporary Figure Painting
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Tuesday Jun 5th, 9am

Sculpture: Principles and Basic Techniques
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Tuesday Jun 5th, 9:30am

Constructing the Figure
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Tuesday Jun 5th, 1pm

Sculpture: The Human Form
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Tuesday Jun 5th, 4:30pm

Abstraction: Development of Language and Imagery
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Wednesday Jun 6th, 9am

Techniques of Printmaking
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Wednesday Jun 6th, 4pm

Classical Painting: The Techniques
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Wednesday Jun 6th, 7pm

Watercolor Workshop
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Thursday Jun 7th, 9am

Understanding Process: Drawing to Painting
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Thursday Jun 7th, 9am

Sculpture: Remixing the Ordinary
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Thursday Jun 7th, 9:30am

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