Fine Arts

All students attending class on the FIT campus must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. For more information, see: Immunization Requirements.

Students are encouraged to register early, as classes may fill up or be canceled due to low registration.

Winter Courses
Jan 3 - Jan 19

Spring Courses
Jan 24 - May 18

Questions about course content? Contact:
Fine Arts - (212) 217-5860

FA 101
Painting
1.5 credits
In state $330.00 Out of state $991.50

For students not majoring in Fine Arts. Through observation of still life and the figure, students are introduced to the use of oil or acrylic paint. Students develop color-mixing techniques emphasizing varied approaches to the use of paint.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
4442 15A T 6:30 PM—9:20 PM D626
6416 15B W 6:30 PM—9:20 PM D626


FA 103
Painting
1.5 credits
In state $330.00 Out of state $991.50

For students not majoring in Fine Arts. Abstract painting is explored through design, color, and composition. Experimentation with materials is encouraged. Painting medium is open. Any level of experience.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
17293 101 M 12:10 PM—3:00 PM D625
8308 15A M 6:30 PM—9:20 PM D626


FA 106
Printmaking—Basic
2.0 credits
In state $440.00 Out of state $1,322.00

For students not majoring in Fine Arts. Fundamental procedures in relief and intaglio printing are studied, using linoleum, woodcuts, and etching techniques. Students are introduced to basic printmaking processes, with an emphasis on exploring printmaking as a medium. Some drawing experience is helpful.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
16695 101 M 3:10 PM—6:00 PM D602


FA 110
Sculpture Studio: Visual Expression of Form and Space
1.5 credits
In state $330.00 Out of state $991.50

For non-majors and anyone interested in exploring three-dimensional space and creative expression. Students explore the relationships among form, structure, material, and content using various techniques and tools. They develop artistic skills to enhance their studies in all design fields as well as the fine arts.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
18078 15A T 6:30 PM—9:20 PM D633


FA 116
Creative Media
2.0 credits
In state $440.00 Out of state $1,322.00

Using a wide variety of materials and design concepts, this course offers an opportunity for students to explore different approaches in creating nontraditional works of art. Emphasis is on enlarging students’ capacity for imaginative expression in two- and three-dimensional projects.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
17790 101 M 12:10 PM—3:00 PM D503


FA 141
Drawing I
1.5 credits
In state $330.00 Out of state $991.50

This course introduces drawing with an emphasis on developing perceptual skills. Line, value, placement, and perspective with still life and interiors as subjects are studied. Black-and-white materials are used.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
4464 15A T 6:30 PM—9:20 PM D627


FA 153
Watercolor and Its Applications
1.5 credits
In state $330.00 Out of state $991.50

The basic principles of watercolor technique are introduced. Students gain knowledge of color mixing and perception by direct observation and study of color theory as it pertains to watercolor, both transparent and opaque. Museum visits provide the opportunity to examine artists’ uses and applications of various techniques.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
9575 15A R 6:30 PM—9:20 PM D602


FA 171
Printmaking I
1.5 credits
In state $330.00 Out of state $991.50

Students are introduced to basic printmaking processes, with an emphasis on exploring printmaking as a medium. Relief (woodcut, lino cut), intaglio (etching on metal or plastic), and monotype techniques are explored. Hand tools, edition printing, artists’ proofs, and press operation are discussed.

Spring
CRN Section Day Time Location
11604 15A M 6:30 PM—9:20 PM D602