The Department of Art and Art History at Colorado State University invites applications for 2019–2020 admission to the three-year MFA program, specifically in the areas of Painting, Printmaking, Graphic Design, Drawing, Sculpture, Fibers, and Metalsmithing/Jewelry.
The MFA program at CSU is a competitive interdisciplinary studio-based program that allows students to work closely with an outstanding faculty from across media and specializations. Our faculty are actively engaged artists and scholars who present and exhibit their research nationally and internationally.
CSU’s Department of Art and Art History offers the advantages of a fine art school with the added benefit of being directly connected to the vast resources available at a Tier-1 research institution.
- MFA students from each area of specialization are allowed 24-hour access to semi-private studio space for discipline-specific research while working together within a larger interdisciplinary community.
- The Department of Art and Art History houses communal state-of-the-art facilities including CNC milling machines, laser cutters, and 3D fabrication capabilities accessible to all graduate students.
- Our tightly-knit community and low student-to-faculty ratio allow for continual mentorship and guidance throughout our three-year program.
- MFA students are encouraged to take elective courses in a range of disciplines external to the Department of Art and Art History, including but not limited to: biomedical sciences, engineering, business, geology, and more. Explore fields of study for elective courses.
- Most, if not all, MFA candidates are offered the opportunity to teach their own stand-alone classes based on their area of expertise, which provides tuition remission and a stipend.
For more information, visit colostate.edu/Programs/MFA.