Three alumni-turned-teachers explain what they enjoy about their work with the school.
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Students discuss the illuminating panels, workshops, and other events they have organized in recent months.
For many graduates, this strange experience sharpened their ideas about what they want in their careers. They tell us why.
In challenging times, the school’s student and staff are finding ingenious ways to connect and make art.
As the school launches new diversity initiatives, alumni share their experiences tackling social and political issues in their work.
The School of Visual Arts in New York City is offering a peek at some of its outstanding in-progress thesis projects from the school’s various animation-driven departments.
Learn about the wide variety of careers taken up by alumni of School of Visual Arts’s animation, computer arts, and vfx courses.
Students from the School of Visual Arts talk about the lessons they learned from their summer internships in the animation industry.
Learn about how the School of Visual Arts in New York City is growing its presence at major animation/vfx events like Annecy and Siggraph.
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As we head into 2019, the School of Visual Arts in New York City offers a sneak peek at some of its outstanding in-progress thesis projects.
Students from School of Visual Arts’s MFA Computer Arts department share what they learned at their summer internships.
Two 2017 graduates of School of Visual Arts’ MFA Computer Arts department recently sat down with a current student, Devan Worth [Graduate …
The Chair of the School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Arts shares exciting news about the department’s first Virtual Reality Artist-in-Residence.
The School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Arts Department is dedicated to producing digital artists of the highest caliber, and that caliber keeps reaching higher.
Technologies have changed over time, but one thing remains the same about SVA’s MFA Computer Art program: its unique multidisciplinary approach to digital art making.
New York City’s School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Art department is receiving global recognition for the shorts created by its students.