Hone Your Artistic Vision with APU’s MFA
The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Visual Art at Azusa Pacific University provides an educational context within which artists of unusual artistic promise and strong motivation explore the horizons of their talents in the midst of an intense critical dialogue of both faith and art. This dialogue is generated by students, distinguished visitors, and a faculty comprised of experienced artists and designers mature in their faith and art.
Join us at the RESTART: Virtual Art Conference 2021, where art professionals will leverage their expertise to teach and encourage TK-12 teachers, art faculty, artists, museum educators, art historians, and others who are looking for a transformative art experience. The conference runs Friday, July 16-Saturday, July 17.
When you think about the life of a working artist, what comes to mind? APU alumni share the keys to success for both during and after an MFA program.
MFA Program Highlights
As the first graduate art degree within the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) that encourages students to integrate the essential elements of their faith, life, and art, the MFA in Visual Art offers students:
- A low-residency program format that enables students to complete their MFA during four summer terms and independent studio practice during the fall and spring semesters.
- Highly collaborative relationships with MFA program mentor-professors, enabling artists to hone their talent through critique and individual instruction.
- Professors with a wealth of experience garnered from national and international exhibitions, through conference presentations, and as artists engaged in the contemporary art scene.
- A learning environment within one of the most cultivated art centers in the world, Southern California, which boasts world-class museums and galleries.