VCFA’s low-residency MFA in Graphic Design allows you to maintain the life you’ve established and continue to build upon it. The academic and creative work is done from home, complemented by biannual trips to campus to reinvigorate your practice and strengthen your connections with fellow students and world-renowned faculty. Students learn to balance school, work, and personal life, and emerge with a terminal degree and a new community.
The low-residency MFA has become a popular choice for those who don’t want to uproot their lives for a degree. VCFA also offers a postgraduate semester – a professional development opportunity for those who’ve already earned an MFA.
As faculty member Silas Munro notes, “The low-residency model is unique in the way it links together graduate study and one’s real life. VCFA students have a more accelerated reentry to their practice after graduation.”
The VCFA MFA program pushes students to engage in rigorous critical study while creating work that is meaningful on a personal level. Designers already know how to communicate other people’s messages, so VCFA asks: What is your message?
For information on deadlines and applications, visit vcfa.edu/Graphic-Design.
Contemporary artist studios in Karachi prioritize pragmatism; many resist a traditional understanding of spaces with singular purposes.
Anna Kronick is one of very few Judaic paper cutters practicing today, with a highly contemporary body of work that breathes new life into the sacred tradition.
This destination for modern and contemporary art showcases the vibrant arts community of the Pacific Northwest alongside galleries from around the world, open July 21 through 24.
Pioneers at Paris’s Musée du Luxembourg places a particular emphasis on women artists who challenged and subverted conventional norms of gender presentation, sexuality, motherhood, and race.
In finding new ways to read and map landscapes, Tanoa Sasraku disrupts our expectations of the rural and opens up latent memories, mythologies, and energies.
Part of a media project by Dr. Imani M. Cheers, Framing Fatherhood is on view at the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design in DC through July 31.
A 4K restoration of the film offers a new chance to untangle its uneasily ambiguous, highly bifurcated plot.
The police department retracted its previous claims that demonstrators were “violent” as part of a settlement in a lawsuit lodged by six protesters who were tear-gassed by officers in June 2020.
International audiences have free access to the media collections of MMCA Korea, Sharjah Art Foundation, and ArkDes through this subscription-based art streaming platform.
Approximately 1,200 district schools have had to decrease spending after Mayor Eric Adams cut funding by over $200 million.
From grants, open calls, and commissions to residencies, fellowships, and workshops, our monthly list of opportunities for artists, writers, and art workers.
As museums readily draft land acknowledgments, they should also be ready to leverage their presence and power on the land to meet the needs of their neighbors today.