The inescapability of the pandemic infiltrates each gesture and concern of the recent MFAs.
A sanctuary for cross-disciplinary training, the School of Art promotes the creative environment and intellectual context for artistic experimentation.
Substantial institute scholarships, including two full-tuition fellowships and teaching opportunities, are available to qualified applicants.
Centered in a community of visual and performing artists, the MA program’s core courses are supplemented by electives and a stimulating, art-focused environment.
An exhibition of student and faculty posters from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) sparks a larger conversation around inclusion and representation in design.
CalArts received $5 million to hire Black artists on faculty, while Otis College of Art and Design received $1 million toward anti-racism initiatives and supporting Black students.
As part of a series on virtual MFA presentations across the country, we asked students to share their work and what it was like to adapt their projects to a virtual setting.
Hyperallergic reached out to several art schools in California to see how they are planning to address the need for social distancing while maintaining the integrity of their arts curriculums.
It would be impossible for artists not to feel disappointed after dedicating themselves to rigorous and costly programs of study that tout MFA exhibitions as a crowning opportunity.
More easily lost to trash bins than the annals of history, these posters form the basis for a book cataloguing student work at CalArts over the last 40 years.
Artworks by the likes of John Baldessari and Carrie Mae Weems will be released in groups of 10 over a five-year period and sold to benefit a new scholarship endowment for the university’s School of Art.
California Institute of the Arts brings back its five-week summer residency with visiting artists Dena Yago, Rachel Yezbick, and American Artist.