- Foundations learning.
- Drawing and painting.
- Explore a wide variety of materials.
- For kids from Kindergarten through 9th grade.
- This three-week summer program offers international college (post-secondary school) students an opportunity to develop their creative abilities in various studio disciplines while experiencing American culture by living and studying in New York City.
- In addition, the program includes a range of organized activities available at no additional cost.
- Students may choose one course offered in this program, and will be awarded three studio credits upon successful completion of the course.
- Majors available for the English and Visual Arts Program: Advertising, Cartooning, Computer Art, Fine Arts, Design, Illustration, Interior Design, Photography and Video
- Transfer students may qualify for upper level placement based on accredited studio courses from other institutions. Sophomore (2nd) year is the highest placement possible.
- This program is open to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and international students
- Preview important new studio and independent releases and meet the films' actors, directors, writers and producers
- Participants have met and spoken with more than 1000 movie greats
- Recent screenings have included LOVING, AMERICAN PASTORAL, SILENCE, THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN, BLEED FOR THIS, COLLATERAL BEAUTY, THE WALK, SPOTLIGHT, THE DANISH GIRL, THE MARTIAN, JOY, CONCUSSION, FREEHELD.
- Students may apply to SVA as international exchange students only if they are enrolled at one of SVA's partner schools. Please click Application Information in the left hand menu to learn more.
- SVA undergraduate students may apply to study for one semester at a partner institution, depending on their major, academic standing and departmental approval.
- Separate from the international exchange program, SVA also offers the spring semester SVA in Rome program. Learn more at sva.edu/rome
- A variety of professional immersion programs provide opportunities for artists to explore new areas of social and technological practice and engage critically within their field.
- Residencies available in Art and Technology, Design Thinking, Illustration, Lens and Screen Arts, Virtual Reality and more
- Affordable housing is available, as well as opportunities to show work to the public
- Study and work in Rome “the Eternal City,” considered by many to be the most artistically rich city in the world, and without doubt the most important city in the history of the West.
- For the spring semester, a small group of students study and work with local artists and art historians, as well as a historian of ancient and medieval Rome.
- In addition to classroom and studio time, students will have access to the histories of Rome’s architecture, literature and art through field trips to monuments, ruins, churches, museums and galleries throughout Rome and its environs.
- Shared apartments furnished with kitchens are provided.
Featured Events & Exhibitions
BFA Illustration presents an exhibition of work by 10 of its 2017 graduates. This exhibition...08/05/2017 - 09/09/2017Featuring some of School of Visual Arts’ most accomplished film, television, animation and...09/11/2017 - 09/17/2017
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