The campus includes 15 buildings on 10 acres of landscaped grounds in Utica, N.Y., conveniently located in the heart of New York’s Cultural Corridor in the historic Mohawk Valley, between Syracuse and Albany. Utica is less than one hour from the Adirondack Park, the nation’s largest state park, and home to the state’s famous “High Peaks” region.
Among the facilities is the Studio Building, which includes seven art studios and art gallery, and is bordered by an outdoor sculpture court. Complementing the Studio Building are five architecturally diverse buildings that have been restored to accommodate our students. Throughout the campus are exquisite examples of restored historic homes situated around the internationally renowned Museum of Art, designed by architectural legend Philip Johnson and holding one of the world’s most prestigious art collections.