In a program renowned for professionalism, digital innovation, and serious fun, you’ll prepare for a career as a designer or digital artist. Here, you’ll refine your creative talents while learning industry-relevant production methods in the fields of animation, computer graphics, graphic design, and art and technology. A faculty of world-class artists, innovators, and design experts will guide you, and you’ll emerge with a professional portfolio that showcases your talents.
When you join the fine arts program, you become part of digital art history. NYIT is the home of the original patent for morphing and algorithms for light modeling. The pioneering Computer Graphics Lab launched the careers of Pixar and Disney President Ed Catmull, Pixar co-founder Alvy Ray Smith, Walt Disney Feature Animation Chief Scientist Lance Williams, and Dreamworks Animator Hank Grebe.
The Fine Arts Department at the New York Institute of Technology is committed to providing students with a meaningful and rigorous academic experience that fosters creative exploration, critical thinking, refined craftsmanship, and professional development as they prepare for their art and design careers.
The Fine Arts Department is located in the Midge Karr Fine Arts and Design Center located in the southwest section of the campus.
The Fine Arts Department is located on the 9th floor of 16 West 61st Street.
Midge Karr, Room 201
16 W. 61st St., Room 911