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A recent exhibition at AAP NYC showcased work by M.S. AAD students from their summer semester in New York City. Learn more about graduate architecture programs.
Bachelor of fine arts students present thesis projects in a final presentation and critique at the end of the spring semester. The B.F.A. curriculum combines the intensive studio culture of the art department with enhanced access to electives in all areas of the university. Learn more about applying to the B.F.A. program.
Michael Ashkin's were it not for — a new 256-page book that brings text to a long sequence of black and white photographs — is the result of his writing and recording of linguistic reinforcements combined with a selection of images taken over several trips to the Mojave Desert and surrounding areas.
FRP: RPF presents work by Beverly Semmes from her acclaimed Feminist Responsibility Project (FRP), which originated as a series of pornographic images culled from vintage gentlemen's magazines and "censored" by the artist with ink and paint. On display until November 1.
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