Posted by: Department of Art and Design
Please join us for a MFA Information meeting with the Department of Art and Design Chair and MFA Director, William Catling, and other faculty and staff representatives. This event is free and open to the public.
We look forward to seeing you there.
About the MFA in Visual Art program:
The 37-month MFA program accommodates the working artist/educator by offering a program that requires students to be on campus for only four consecutive Julys and one weekend in January for three years.
During the one month on campus, students advance with the same cohort for the MFA program duration, learning and growing together. Additionally, during this on-site time, students partner with professors, visiting artists, and speakers who serve as artist mentors, pushing and encouraging students to explore and develop beyond their current aesthetic and stylistic positions.
Individual studio time comprises an essential aspect of the program and offers the opportunity to retreat and augment on-campus interaction and emerge with a cohesive and thoughtful perspective on art and faith. Ultimately, students graduate as artists who naturally integrate their art-making with the major facets of their lives.