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.
Doris Ulmann Galleries at Barea College, KY is presenting “Borders & Migration: Shifting Geographies,” a solo exhibition of works by Renee van der Stelt. This exhibition, on view through October 18, presents a visual response to the complexity of borderlines and ongoing human migration from the Middle East. Renee van der Stelt is currently a faculty member in the MFAST program and a Visiting Assistant Professor of Art at Washington College in Chestertown, MD.
“The Lettering Office,” a solo exhibition of works by Melanie Rodgers (MFAST ’02) is on view at the Brossman Gallery at York College of Pennsylvania through September 18. In this exhibition, Rodgers explores how the graphic design form can be used to convey a personal narrative, and how this content is interpreted by the viewer. For more information, visit www.ycp.edu.
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