Art & Design

Grad student and Eagleton Fellow creates portraits of female presidential hopefuls

Mason Gross Art & Design graduate student Valerie Suter was raised in New York City and Washington, D.C., on a steady diet of politics and art. She continues to thrive on both.

Master of Fine Arts in Design

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The Rutgers MFA in Design program offers a studio design degree with a focus on interdisciplinary research. The program combines inquiry, investigation, and creative work to prepare designers for advanced studio practice in the design of publications, information, interfaces, and exhibitions. The Department of Art & Design provides an environment for experimentation, production, and presentation with design practice at its core.

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Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts

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Applications for Fall 2019 admission will be accepted now through January 11, 2019.

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Visual Arts Department renamed Department of Art & Design

The Visual Arts Department is now officially the Department of Art & Design. Department Chair, Professor Gerry Beegan, notes: “Contemporary artists and designers create experiences that encompass much more than the visual, so this is a more meaningful description of what we do, and who we are in the 21st century.” 

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Art & Design alum leads arts high school in New York City

Since 2012, art & design alumna Alicia Wargo has been the principal of DreamYard Preparatory High School in the Bronx, New York City, a job she says she was prepared for, in part, by her MFA studies at Mason Gross:

Visual arts faculty wins Jackson Poetry Prize

John Yau of the Visual Arts Department is the winner of the Jackson Poetry Prize, awarded annually by the nonprofit organization Poets & Writers to "an American poet of exceptional talent who deserves wider recognition."