Professor's Work Added to MOMA's Permanent CollectionHofstra University's Tom Klinkowstein, Professor of New Media Design in the Department of Fine Arts and Art History, recently learned that a poster he designed in 1980 for performance artist Laurie Anderson has been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City to be part of their permanent collection... | more |
Adjunct Assistant Professor Susannah Ray featured in the New York Times,
"Recalling the ‘Right Coast,’ Before the Storm"| more |
The Fine Arts and Art History Department provides students with a unified study of both art history, studio art and design. Undergraduate majors in the fine arts concentrate in one of the following areas: Painting, Design and New Media, Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics and Art History.
The department is dedicated to the idea that the liberal arts are the foundation for the undergraduate education of all students, especially artists. We also believe in the value of the visual arts in the curriculum of all students, no matter their particular major or ultimate career goals.