The MFA program in Photomedia invites exploration in a range of forms or formats including, but not limited to, analog photography, digital imaging, video production, computer based technologies, performance, and installation.
A rigorous critique process and regular meetings with faculty, professional artists, and visiting critics assist students in developing their individual creative process within a collaborative interdisciplinary environment. Graduates are prepared to articulate their practice within larger historical, theoretical, cultural, and contemporary visual contexts.
Six graduate students insure both a lively group dynamic as well as frequent interaction with the Photomedia faculty.
“The atmosphere of the Photomedia MFA program is tight-knit and supportive. I have grown as an artist (and person) here through spending time in conversation with the Photomedia faculty; they have cultivated my strengths and weakness in productive ways, reaffirmed my ambitions, and given me an education beyond the realm of academia.”
Dakota, Photomedia MFA
“I enjoy studying at a large research university where I can work with students from many different departments including design, architecture, and even biology.”
John, Photomedia MFA