MFA: Fine Arts (Low-Residency in Boston)The MFA: Fine Arts (Low-Residency in Boston) allows artists and educators to complete a 60-credit MFA over three consecutive summers and the intervening fall and spring semesters.
Artwork by Steve Locke
The MFA: Fine Arts (Low-Residency in Boston) program is ideal for artists who work across disciplines in that it allows self-directed students to develop a course of study that might involve a combination of media, technologies, and techniques.
Students attend six-week summer residencies in Boston which foster an intense studio environment and establish creative collaboration. and return to campus in January for mid-term reviews. Between residencies, students work under the guidance of artist/mentors through monthly studio visits and critiques and take online art history and critical studies courses.
Application to our program is to be completed online, including the portfolio submission.
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