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Photo/Media MFA

Students and others, please visit our spring quarter 2020 webpages. Student questions for advising should be sent to The Art Building is closed until further notice.

The MFA program in Photo/Media 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.