Fall 2019 registration will begin on September 5th!
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Since 1859, The Cooper Union has been offering courses to New Yorkers who want to create something new or disrupt something old. Here, you can study studio arts, graphic arts or drawing architectural landmarks of New York City. Our visual arts courses include Collage and The City, Drawing for Beginners and Drawing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Challenge yourself to learn Portraiture or to print your first 3-D model .
You can get information and register for our courses by visiting our Visual Arts, Digital Fabrication, Typography & Calligraphy and NYC Architectural History pages or by emailing us at email@example.com.
The American system of continuing education originated at The Cooper Union with its founding in 1859. Peter Cooper, inventor, industrialist, and philanthropist, wanted to bring first-class educational opportunities to adults in New York and devoted his entire fortune to that goal. For over 150 years, The Cooper Union has maintained this tradition of outstanding courses for adults in its Department of Continuing Education