MFA: Media Arts (Film/Video)The Film/Video MFA program redefines what it means to be an artist working with the moving image.
Image by Ericka Beckman
The environment is highly personalized and intense, developing an informed perspective on film/video that is individual, political, conceptual, abstract, visceral, and visionary, combined with advanced skills in video and film production practices to make the vision real.
The program's vibrant artistic community is enriched by the weekly screenings of The MassArt Film Society, programmed by Saul Levine, drawing upon a wide range of films and videos, often followed by a live discussion with the artist. The program houses outstanding facilities and resources, including advanced high definition digital film and video production equipment, non-linear and 16 mm film editing, screening rooms, digital sound studios, optical printing, and animation facilities, digital editing labs, sound mixing rooms, black box video studio, film shooting studio, chroma key studio, video installation studio, film editing rooms, and film/video screening rooms.