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School of Visual Arts (SVA), MFA Computer Art

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School of Visual Arts (SVA), MFA Computer Art program emphasizes creativity and a multidisciplinary approach to producing innovative animation, motion graphics and fine art within a state-of-the-art digital studio. Our goal is to develop artists becoming leaders in their chosen field by producing significant creative work throughout their careers.

 

  • Graduates of the program have been recognized with eight Student Academy Awards

  • Internationally renowned artists, industry professionals, curators, critics, and theorists—a who’s who of art/animation and the production worlds—comprise our faculty 

  • The most advanced digital studio in the SVA graduate school with 75 networked computers and specialized digital video, audio and fine art workstations 

 

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Students come from around the world to study in our program, and the international representation provides unique perspectives that offer different cultural approaches to the creative process. First-year courses in studio, art history, computer systems and programming build the foundation for second-year thesis work, which is supported through weekly critiques and related advanced areas of study.

 

  • Graduates of the program have been recognized with eight Student Academy Awards

 

Our combination of small class sizes, working professionals as faculty, the digital art seminar series, software workshops, guest lectures and visiting artist program provide in-depth exposure to all areas of animation, motion graphics and fine art. By combining creativity with academics, graduates have published books, scholarly writings, and chosen teaching careers at institutions like Harvard University, New York University, the University of California and others.

 

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Founded in 1986, we were the first MFA program in the United States to focus on computer art and have a network of one thousand alumni who have created a tradition of excellence. Named one of the “Top Ten Digital Art Schools in the World” by ImagineFX magazine, the MFA Computer Art program is also highly ranked by U.S. News & World Report and the Animation Career Review. Graduates of the department are employed by the most prestigious companies and digital studios: Adobe, Google, Industrial Light & Magic, Pixar, DreamWorks, Disney, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Blue Sky Studios, The Mill, Charlex, MTV, Electronic Arts and others.

 

  • Top Ten Digital Arts Schools in the World - by ImagineFX magazine

 

Some alumni choose the entrepreneurship of their own businesses. Those who pursue fine art careers exhibit their work in museums and galleries, including: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, P.S.1/MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Digital Art Museum, Chelsea Art Museum and Tate Online.

 

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Check out some student entries from the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in this years Awards:

Treasure Nest

Cupidiculous

Cocodile

Kia Rex

 

School of Visual Arts (SVA), MFA Computer Art program emphasizes creativity and a multidisciplinary approach to producing innovative animation, motion graphics and fine art within a state-of-the-art digital studio. Our goal is to develop artists becoming leaders in their chosen field by producing significant creative work throughout their careers.

School of Visual Arts (SVA)

 

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