New York Studio Residency Program

January 25, 2011

The deadline to express interest in applying to the New York Studio Residency Program is March 1, 2011. Interested students should schedule a meeting with Stephanie Moos, Associate Director of Student Affairs, to discuss the program and the application/selection procedures. Students may not apply directly to the program. Only applicants who have been pre-selected by a Corcoran panel of reviewers may submit applications to the NYSRP. Bachelor’s students may apply for either the Fall or Spring semester of their junior year. For more information on the program, please refer to page 32 in the 2010–2011 Corcoran Student Handbook, or visit the NYSRP website:

Contact Stephanie Moos at to schedule a meeting.

About the NYSRP:

NYSRP, The New York Studio Residency Program is a project of AICAD, the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design. It is an example of a sixteen-credit program for undergraduate art and design students in New York City, a model of art education that combines learning with location as an important ingredient, and is built on diversity, self-motivation, and discourse, to experience a semester of living/studying in New York. Several of the students come to work as interns in design, photography, and publication. The emphasis is on independent studio work, critique sessions with art faculty and seminars with critics, and weekly visiting artists who talk about their own work and critique the students. Students participating in the New York Studio Residency Program are selected by their schools.