This fully-funded three-year graduate program in Southern New England supports a broad range of art making, exemplified by the work of its newest students.
This annual tradition offers a range of work by faculty, graduate students, and alumni to help support the MFA Studio Art Program’s thesis exhibition.
The University of Connecticut’s fully funded graduate studio art program supports a broad range of artmaking, exemplified by the work of its newest students.
Tideland features Elizabeth Ellenwood, Chad Uehlein, Shadia Heenan Nilforoush, and Olivia Baldwin. Their work can be viewed online through July 19.
Supporting artmaking across a broad range of studio media, the program offers an internationally recognized faculty, generous financial support, and new graduate studios.
This showcase is part of a tradition that offers a range of high-quality work by past and current faculty, graduate students, and alumni to help support the MFA Studio Art Program’s thesis exhibition.
The collection offers a range of 2D and 3D work by faculty, students, and alumni, and supports MFA thesis exhibitions in New York City.
UConn’s MFA Studio Art Program is no longer the “best kept secret” in the country.
Moving to the newly renovated Kirby Mill in Mansfield, these facilities will offer each student a fresh space in a tranquil setting.
Meet the newest class of the “best kept secret” MFA Studio Art program in the country, UConn’s graduate studio art program.