MFA in Studio Art opportunity

We're actively seeking grad students for our well funded MFA program and are very interested in creative computationalists (i.e. code is your creative medium.) Info below:

The MFA in Studio Art offered by the Division of Art at SMU is a two-year program that prepares artists for professional careers in art.

The MFA program is interdisciplinary in that students are free to explore a wide range of materials, processes and histories. Each year the most competitive, ambitious and thoughtful artists are admitted regardless of medium.

SMU offers up to six full fellowships each year, supplemented by teaching assistantships. This generous bulwark of support is offered to aid students in the development of their work so that they can begin their careers unencumbered by tuition debt. Additional funds are available for materials and travel related to student’s creative research.

See profiles of current MFA graduate students and our current Visiting Artists Lecture Series. Past visitors have included: Glenn Adamson, Magali Arriola, Julie Ault, Ute Meta Bauer, Walead Beshty, Tania Bruguera, Suzanna Coffee, David Diao, Nicole Eisenman, Theaster Gates, Renée Green, Ann Van Hoey, Alfredo Jaar, Melissa Miller, Ron Nagle, Thomas Nozkowski, Paul Pfeiffer, R.H. Quaytman, Walid Raad, Michael Smith, Jenni Sorkin, A. L. Steiner, and Betty Woodman.

There are two parts to the application process: Application to SMU Meadows graduate program Contact Information Transcripts Recommendations Application to Meadows Art MFA via SlideRoom Portfolio Artist Statement CV Deadline: February 15, 2018

Questions about graduate studies admission can be directed to: Joe Hoselton Director of Graduate Admissions & Institutional Research / 214.768.3765

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