Thought I would posts my shortlist of places I’m thinking of applying to. It’s easily the most selective undergraduate art school and has some really interesting faculty. Anybody else want to weigh in? The price and lack of funding makes it financially impossible for me, though. On the one hand, I’m thinking that your resume will show the connection and that maybe you should just focus on the art practice. Posted July 29,
In regards to the LoR list I posted earlier Then I saw an interview with Carlton where he said that most graduates not sure whether he is talking bfa, mfa or both end up in Bushwick. When Things Come Together a graduate thesis exhibition March 12—15, The examination includes a formal exhibition and faculty review, in addition to the submission of a curriculum vitae, documentation of artwork, and a statement by the artist. Cranbrook is another school I’m interested in, there are no classes, grades, or professors. You can imagine how being immersed in that same extreme environment will impact the work that I create, expanding upon and evolving my thesis work into something richer, informed by personal experience.
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Posted July 29, They are doing an webinar info session today at 6: Despite it all the school is still considered to be among the most respected institutions. The document becomes the property of and is retained by the University.
For those interested in VCU sculpture, I talked to the interum chair, Carlton Newton, about what people do after graduating. Are we switching over from ? This can be part of what you talk about in your SOP.
Ivana Larrosa – solo exhibition
Posted July 27, You can imagine how being immersed in that same extreme environment will impact the work that I create, expanding upon and evolving my thesis work into something richer, informed by personal experience. It is a great program, but their facilities seem limited. If they don’t think they can, then I would try elsewhere.
Elsewhere it’s typically a formality. I have been teaching preschool and children’s art classes for the past five years, in addition to leading teacher trainings on art-for-preschoolers.
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Posted August 1, edited. Definitely a more experimental school. Students must even submit written critiques to their peers.
Go To Topic Listing Visual. Here’s that Brooklyn Rail article on Hhesis.
If you appreciate art, travel, Scandinavia, and budding artists — or if you still believe in the intrepid human spirit, consider supporting this project. No difference noted between new genre and interdisciplinary from the show, but it is something I will be looking into when I visit. They are a big state school, and have the resources to give out funding. SAIC has a new low-residency program starting Summer In regards to the LoR list I posted earlier If the Ox-Bow and LillStreet folks are unable to provide me with recommendations, I’m not sure where to turn–thoughts?
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I posted this in the other thread. In the Q and A they said there will be only one or theeis merit based scholarships.
These primarily lens-based images were crafted via various techniques: Bard college appears to be truly interdisciplinary. Yah, not sure about that.
One of the things that attracts me to this program is how seriously the faculty takes the written component of the MFA. Does anyone have any advice for someone in their Mids applying for the Fall Admissions Cycle?