Graphics & Illustration
Kate Boulamaali, Assistant Principal of Career and Technical Education
Graphics & Illustration Department
(212)-255-1235 ext. 7031
Katherine Collins, Graphics & Illustration Coordinator
(212)-255-1235 ext. 8443
Goals of Instruction
Graphics & Illustration majors study Illustration, Graphics and Fine Art. A sequence of 12 credits in the art program is required. Most students achieve 14 credits or more. The senior year provides students with the opportunity for portfolio development. All art majors are prepared for both career and post-secondary education. Guest lectures from industry and colleges play an important role in the art program. Museum, gallery visits and grant studies are also stressed.
Partnerships and Enrichment Programs
Special enrichment programs such as Art Connections, FIT High School Partnership Program, the Copper Union Saturday Program, The International Center of Photography, and the Art Museum Education Program at MOMA allow students to bridge their fine art education to art career experiences.