At Hunter we believe the study of studio art is a multi-faceted enterprise of studio practice and courses in the history and theory of art. Both the MFA and BFA programs are open to all media and each candidate selects one field of concentration in studio art: painting, sculpture, graphics, photography, ceramics/clay and casting, combined media.
The community of students represents a wide range of art interests, nationalities, ages and backgrounds. Each student works in an individual studio located in the MFA Building at 205 Hudson Street. A number of student initiated groups are important additions that supplement the formal MFA Program, including MFASO, The Photography Collective, ACE Curatorial Collective (MFA and MA students), and The Digital Media Collective.