NYSRP students may register and pay separately for SVA courses which provide access to the specific facilities associated with those courses. In such cases they would be subject to the academic and grading policies of SVA, and those classes will be entirely separate from the NYSRP and should not conflict in scheduling with the NYSRP seminar and critique sessions.
NYSRP Students will be issued regular SVA student ID cards, and receive all discounts, reciprocal arrangements, and student services as may be available to other SVA students with IDs. SVA’s open laboratories and equipment will be available to NYSPR students, subject to any SVA policies. Individual students will be responsible for paying any studio or equipment use fees directly to SVA and will be responsible for SVA library book returns and late fees in order to receive NYSRP grades and credits. (see Facility Resources/Studios for full list of available facilities and requirements for use)
- Student Voices
Alberta College of Art + Design
The New York Studio Residency Program has had an amazing impact on my practice, and I feel it will be an experience I continue to reflect on far in the future. It has informed and matured my work through critical theory, exposure to vast amounts of art, and the opinions and creative ideas from my peers within the program. The relationships I have built here will be a valuable asset to me in the future as I enter into the art community beyond undergraduate school.