Otis students and faculty in front of the hotel in Manhattan
Students hanging out in the lobby at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
A view from above of Claes Oldenborg's Museum Mouse at MOMA
Students tour the MOMA library.
A display of exhibition announcements at MOMA
Faculty Linda Burnham talks to students about the work of Robert Rauschenberg.
Students lunch family style at Pepe Giallo in Chelsea.
A student stands in front of a large work by El Anatsui at the Brooklyn Museum.
The group poses outside of the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art.
Students leave the New Museum.
Kyle Jordan ('13) takes in the view from the balcony of the New Museum.
Riding the subway in The Big Apple
Samantha Greenfeld ('13) checks out sculpture at Gladstone Gallery.
Lacey Stoffer ('13) and Francis Almandarez ('13) examine a Jeff Koons sculpture at David Zwirner Gallery.
Exploring space with a Richard Serra sculpture at David Zwirner Gallery
Thomas Hirschorn talking to students at the Gramsci Monument site in the Bronx.
Wendy Silva ('13), Rhonda Purdom ('13), Blair Dalby ('13) and Michelle Lange ('14) enjoy the grounds of the Gramsci Monument site.
A studio visit with David Reed
In late spring, students will travel to New York City for a week. They will meet and interact with leaders in the art world, and tour both renowned and emerging galleries as well as world-class museums. During the semester and trip, students will maintain an e-journal, and conclude the term with a presentation of their experience.
Students will visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, PS1, The Whitney Museum, The Frick Collection, The New Museum, The Brooklyn Museum, Dia Beacon, galleries in Chelsea, Midtown, Lower East side and Brooklyn, as well as individual artists’ studios.
For a complete list of Travel Study opportunities offered at Otis, visit Travel Study and Exchange Programs.