This low-residency, 60-credit interdisciplinary MFA program is designed for experienced artists who want to pursue graduate study without disrupting their ongoing careers. The emphasis of the program is in integrating practice with theory, where students are encouraged to be independent thinkers and researchers who may focus within one specific medium or work across various media.  

Studio Art (Low-Residency MFA)

Nikki Moser, Studio Art (Low-Residency MFA) '14

News and Upcoming Events

“Structures,” a solo exhibition of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by Laura Borneman (MFAST ’14) is on view from May 15-June 6 at Alliance Gallery in the Delaware Arts Center, Narrowsburg, NY. In Borneman’s work, perception of place is fictionalized into invented structures and scenes that are not literal, but are expressive of states of mind, imagination and fantasy. For more information on the exhibition, visit www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org.

“Imaginary Moments,” a current Ortega y Gasset Projects exhibition, is curated by Fritz Horstman, MFAST class of 2011. This exhibition brings together four artists whose paintings, sculptures, and photographs explore an urge to create imaginary monuments or document real ones. The artists featured in the show are Aimée Burg, Mark Dixon (MFAST ’12), Thale Fastvold, and Emily Hass. The exhibition runs through May 24 at The Old American Can Factory, Brooklyn, NY. For more information, visit www.oygprojects.com.


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