Reverberating through the Pulitzer’s iconic building, Adkins’s works carry the potential of sound, and remain alluring even in silence.
Brand-new studios, exceptional faculty, and a close-knit community. Apply by February 5 to the MFA in Visual Art and MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture.
Students enjoy in-person access to the top-tier research institution’s vast resources, including numerous specialized spaces for creating. Attend the Virtual Open House on November 19 and apply online.
Armed with pen, ink, and stylus, MFA-IVC students unearth the wild, the wondrous, and the unknown. Apply and visit us virtually at our Fall Open House.
Design and architecture schools have been far slower to make commitments than they were to offer sweeping public statements. In this void, students are reclaiming the political, visionary legacy of design schools in years past.
In her photographs, Katherine Simóne Reynolds suggests that vulnerability is vital to a full sense of self, but it is a luxury that Black women across age and background are perpetually denied.
As many grapple with the tension between confinement and the privilege of security, Fordjour’s artworks offer opportunities for relief from, and for contemplation of the uncertainty that lies beyond.
The 72-by-48-inch print is based on the artist’s recent site-specific installation at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in St. Louis, Missouri.
While his political commitment comes through in many works, it’s hard to square talk of “revolution” with Ai Weiwei’s staggering mainstream US success.
The Sam Fox School’s MFA in Visual Art program is a dynamic environment where emerging artists thrive. Join us. Apply by February 3, 2020.
Explore the Sam Fox School’s expansive new spaces and see Ai Weiwei: Bare Life during the Prospective Graduate Student Open House on November 18.
Led by John Hendrix, D.B. Dowd, Shreyas R Krishnan, and Heidi Kolk, the program will host an open house for prospective graduate students on November 18.