The Stamps School is currently accepting applications for the
MFA in Art.
The Stamps MFA in Art is an intensive two-year program designed for those artists whose creative projects encompass both studio-based investigations and inquiry in fields of knowledge outside the traditional scope of art practice. Past graduates have engaged with fields as diverse as neuroscience, museum studies, big data, documentary film and gender studies to inform and expand their creative work.
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The power of mentorship and preparing for a career.
Throughout the two-year program, Stamps’ full-time faculty of artists, designers and scholars work closely with students to shape an intellectually-rigorous program of study individually suited to each candidate’s areas of interests and talents.
In addition to their creative studies, each graduate student participates in a strategic planning process for post graduation, developing an individualized career trajectory with financial support available for transitional professional opportunities.
Students will have access to a wide range of resources, both on campus and around the world.
The program offers individual studio workspaces, generous merit-based financial support, and the advantages of a close-knit creative community located within a large top tier research university and its resources.
With funding support from the School, each student conducts a self-directed international study experience. Past graduates have done everything from studying residual effects of colonialism in South Africa, to conducting sound recordings in Egypt’s museums, tombs and temples.