College of Fine & Performing Arts

Students of all majors: you can study art in NYC this summer!

Metro Art Access students in NYC

We hope you can join us for our first Metro Art Access: NYC 2020 Information meeting.

The meeting is Wednesday, November 6 at 5:30 p.m. in Fine Arts 202 (Photo Seminar Room).

The meeting will be brief and will cover course content, tuition fees, and other requirements.

There will also be personal testimonials from previous students, which are always very powerful. They definitely remind us why we designed this course and continue to offer it. 2019’s group was an enthusiastic and dynamic bunch! From presentations at the MET, to traveling to upstate Dia: Beacon, the group really took advantage of every aspect of the class.

The class is starting to fill, and we only accept 12. We like to keep the group small and manageable, which ultimately benefits the students as we maneuver our way through NYC museums, galleries, and major art institutions. The sooner the class is full, the more opportunity we have to establish a bond and start fundraising efforts. This course is open to non-art majors!

We know that discussions about summer plans happen over holiday breaks. So, please check out the blog, the Study Abroad site, and read through all the information about the course.

More information and resources

 Research Sponsored Programs

Also, students are eligible for funding from the RSP in the winter Please go to their website to look over the details of the application and contact Connie Hernandez for examples of past successful NYC-related RSP applications.

Metro NYC 2020 Travel Scholarships

We will be offering two scholarships this year. You must be enrolled in the course in order to apply and the deadline will be announced as soon as the class has met enrollment. Most likely this will be at the end of Winter term.

Published

Thu, 10/31/2019 - 10:13am

Updated

Thu, 10/31/2019 - 10:21am