Main building of the School of Visual Arts
The School of Visual Arts (SVA) is an art school in New York and one of the leading private colleges for art and design in the United States .
The school was from 1947 Silas Rhodes and Burne Hogarth (the illustrator of Tarzan comics ) as "Cartoonists and Illustrators School" founded by three teachers and 35 students. In 1955 she received her current name  .
The SVA offers Bachelor of degrees and has since 1983, a Master of Fine Arts program (MFA) for advertising graphics, animation, drawing, computer art, film and video, fine arts, graphic design, illustration, interior design, photography, painting, drawing and sculpture , art education, art criticism, art therapy, design, digital photography, documentary and video and related media. 1986 was the first college in the U.S., which has a MFA in computer art offered  . The school now has 690 teachers and 6500 students. It is the largest independent art school in the United States. Among the well-known former students include the artist Joseph Kosuth , Gerard Way , Keith Haring , Jared Leto and Maria Lassnig .
- Kurzbiografie Silas Rhodes ↑ Biography Silas Rhodes
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I haven't seen the rankings2004-09-17 07:42:06 by graying
I just know people who went to both usc and ucsb and haven't met anyone who did an MFA at csla. In general I think the report is a decent starting point but for grad programs it's going to be more of a personnal fit.
With your digital and painting background it's going to be easier for you to get into a department that doesn't have specific areas of concentration. You might be a concesous candidate between the digital faculty and painting.
I would say look for professors you really want ot work with but that seems to have a 50/50 chance of working. I've had friends who've started programs only to find the prof they want to work with is on a two year hiatus, or quit or dead
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Nov 29, 2007 by Meteor Crater Boy | Posted in Higher Education (University +)
Where is a good place (canada/usa) for a figurative painter (think Hopper and Freud) to get an MFA or MA? I am tired of finding grad schools stuck in color field painting or neo expressionism or places specializing in instalation works
I'd have you get an MFA, rather than an MA, if you can. You'll be able to do more with an MFA, such as teach at a university, since it's considered a final degree.
Have you checked the programs at Yale, Ar … painting, and ask for recommendations of programs. You can also check the web pages for grad schools, to see who teaches their figurative painting classes. See where those people went to school, and check those programs.