Fall 2023 applications are now being accepted for the MFA programs in 2D and 3D Fine Arts at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) in Boston.
Students in MassArt’s MFA 2D and 3D programs work in a collaborative studio environment with faculty who are practicing artists with global reputations. MFA candidates develop their work on MassArt’s Boston campus, taking advantage of premier facilities including the hot shop, foundry, fab labs, printmaking studio, and ceramic and textile studios. As students locate their creative voices, they learn to frame their work in the context of the expanded field of contemporary art.
Visiting speakers and critics add to the conversation through the Fine Arts Lecture Series and individual studio visits with grads. Students and alums of the Fine Arts MFA have opportunities to work paid teaching assistantship positions in our undergraduate studio classes, and to show work both on and off campus. Current students and graduate alumni curate exhibitions at the on-campus Doran Graduate Gallery and MassArt x SoWa, the MassArt Graduate Programs’s satellite space in Boston’s SoWa Arts District.
To learn about application prerequisites and how to apply:
The priority deadline for Fall 2023 is January 2, 2023.
For more details on MassArt’s graduate programs in fine art, dynamic media, design innovation, art education, and architecture, visit massart.edu/grad.
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