Monday, January 23, 2017

MFA Photo: Deadline 10 February 2017

Lynette McCarthy. MFA Candidate, 2017

The University of Notre Dame is now accepting applications to its Master of Fine Arts in Photography program for the 2017 school year. The MFA program encourages graduate research that seeks new paradigms of visual literacy through a critical and creative exploration of emerging forms of image making. The interdisciplinary structure of the curriculum encourages students to explore a range of related media in pursuit of their creative objectives.

The three-year curriculum features a full tuition scholarship plus generous stipend, along with the opportunity to teach undergraduate courses. The program has an active visiting artist program that includes regular studio visits and critiques. The photo area has well-equipped facilities for digital and analog practice, and all graduate students have their own studio space in Riley Hall. Full-time faculty includes artists Richard Gray and Martina Lopez. Visiting faculty includes artists Jayson Bimber and Zachary Norman.
The MFA program at large is an integrated arts curriculum in which students across studio art and design disciplines participate together in contemporary history and criticism classes, visiting artist seminars, exhibitions, group critiques, and studio practice. 
The application deadline is February 10.


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