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.
“The Gymnast and Other Positions,” a book by Jacqueline Bishop (MFAST 2016) was awarded the 2016 Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature, non-fiction category. The book, a mix of short stories, essays, and interviews, also includes visual pieces by the author/artist. For more information, visit www.jacquelineabishop.com or http://www.bocaslitfest.com.
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Billy Friebele and Mike Iacovone awarded residency at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in Washington D.C.