The MFA Program centers on graduate critiques, seminars and independent studies with faculty, as students devote the majority of their time to creating a distinctive body of work. Seminars stress critical theory, contemporary issues and history, while critique classes establish the basis for dialogue about ongoing work among students and rotating faculty members, helping each student to develop their own criteria and ability to discuss work.
Each year, all MFA candidates present an exhibition or other approved public presentation of work, and they must pass a faculty review, including a Mid-Residency review for first year students and a Graduation Review for graduating students, looking at the student’s progress and the development of their practice
Detailed curriculum and academic requirements can be found in the online course catalog.
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