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Cornell in Rome instructor Jeffrey Blanchard, left, takes a moment to point out important aspects of the Roman Forum from atop the Capitoline Hill. Learn more about the Cornell in Rome program.
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.
M. Arthur Gensler and his family's recent $10 million endowment gift names and supports the future of AAP's thriving New York City program. The gift names the Gensler Family AAP NYC Center at its 26 Broadway location in Manhattan.
Alumnus and New York City–based architect and urban designer Peter Robinson (B.Arch. '98) brings the values and participatory processes that inform his work on race, architecture, and urban spaces at BlackSpace Urbanist Collective into the AAP NYC studio for a second year.
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