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Florida State University Master of Fine Arts Program
Florida State University

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Marnie Bettridge (MFA ’12), Dispatch, Ceramic, moss, cotton, sand. Installation at Working Method Contemporary Gallery.
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Marnie Bettridge (MFA ’12), Dispatch, Ceramic, moss, cotton, sand. Installation at Working Method Contemporary Gallery.

Application deadline:  February 1, 2012

Department of Art
Florida State University
Room 220 FAB
530 W Call St.
Tallahassee FL 32306

art.fsu.edu/Graduate

The Florida State University Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Program is fully immersed in an interdisciplinary, research-centered environment. We offer outstanding, dedicated faculty and a rigorous curriculum. Our primary concern is contemporary art, and the practice, history, and theories that inform it.

 

– The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) is a three-year residency program.

– Currently every MFA student receives an assistantship with tuition waiver and stipend.

 

– Our graduate students have their own organization: The League of Graduate Artists (LGA)

 

– All MFA students have individual studios in a spacious 13,000 sq. ft. warehouse with two installations rooms, a wood shop, metalworking, a ceramics labs, computer labs, common spaces and a mediated graduate seminar room.

 

– The graduate program has two dedicated off-campus MFA exhibition spaces, known as the Working Method Contemporary, which is managed by the LGA.

 

– FSU’s College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance has acquired a new interdisciplinary building known as the Facility for Arts Research (FAR), which incorporates a range of digitally-driven tools for art-making, including the formLab and The Small Craft Advisory Press (SCAP)

 

– We offer a dynamic visiting artist and scholar program with recent visits from Matthew Coolidge (CLUI), Brian Alfred, Willie Cole, Elizabeth Condon, and Swoon.

 

– MFA students who wish to teach are trained in an intensive Pedagogy course and given support while teaching introductory courses.

 

– Graduate students participate in annual trips to Miami Art Basel and other faculty-led trips including New York, Atlanta and London.

 

– Florida State University is a Class I Research Institution located in the capital city of Tallahassee, Florida.

 

Fellowship and Meritorious Awards:

 

– Two incoming graduates are selected for the 2,500 USD Florida POE Award (Peace on Earth).

 

– The Fellows Society Adelaide Wilson Fellowship is a competitive leadership and merit-based university-wide annual 30,000 USD fellowship award given for a maximum of 3 years.

 

– The Department of Art works with FSU International Programs to offer the Florence Teaching Award . Recipients receive airfare, a teaching stipend, money toward housing, travel expenses for field trips, and assistance securing a solo show in Italy.

 

Informational Links:

 

art.fsu.edu/Graduate
lga.art.fsu.edu
workingmethodcontemporary.com
news.art.fsu.edu
facebook.com

 

 

We encourage you to visit our campus.

 

Please direct questions to the Department of Art at 850-644-8252 or email:

 

Holly Hanessian
Graduate Program Director
[email protected]

 

 

December 13, 2011

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menu

Florida State University Master of Fine Arts Program
Florida State University

Above:
Marnie Bettridge (MFA ’12), Dispatch, Ceramic, moss, cotton, sand. Installation at Working Method Contemporary Gallery.
share
Above:
Marnie Bettridge (MFA ’12), Dispatch, Ceramic, moss, cotton, sand. Installation at Working Method Contemporary Gallery.

Application deadline:  February 1, 2012

Department of Art
Florida State University
Room 220 FAB
530 W Call St.
Tallahassee FL 32306

art.fsu.edu/Graduate

The Florida State University Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Program is fully immersed in an interdisciplinary, research-centered environment. We offer outstanding, dedicated faculty and a rigorous curriculum. Our primary concern is contemporary art, and the practice, history, and theories that inform it.

 

– The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) is a three-year residency program.

– Currently every MFA student receives an assistantship with tuition waiver and stipend.

 

– Our graduate students have their own organization: The League of Graduate Artists (LGA)

 

– All MFA students have individual studios in a spacious 13,000 sq. ft. warehouse with two installations rooms, a wood shop, metalworking, a ceramics labs, computer labs, common spaces and a mediated graduate seminar room.

 

– The graduate program has two dedicated off-campus MFA exhibition spaces, known as the Working Method Contemporary, which is managed by the LGA.

 

– FSU’s College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance has acquired a new interdisciplinary building known as the Facility for Arts Research (FAR), which incorporates a range of digitally-driven tools for art-making, including the formLab and The Small Craft Advisory Press (SCAP)

 

– We offer a dynamic visiting artist and scholar program with recent visits from Matthew Coolidge (CLUI), Brian Alfred, Willie Cole, Elizabeth Condon, and Swoon.

 

– MFA students who wish to teach are trained in an intensive Pedagogy course and given support while teaching introductory courses.

 

– Graduate students participate in annual trips to Miami Art Basel and other faculty-led trips including New York, Atlanta and London.

 

– Florida State University is a Class I Research Institution located in the capital city of Tallahassee, Florida.

 

Fellowship and Meritorious Awards:

 

– Two incoming graduates are selected for the 2,500 USD Florida POE Award (Peace on Earth).

 

– The Fellows Society Adelaide Wilson Fellowship is a competitive leadership and merit-based university-wide annual 30,000 USD fellowship award given for a maximum of 3 years.

 

– The Department of Art works with FSU International Programs to offer the Florence Teaching Award . Recipients receive airfare, a teaching stipend, money toward housing, travel expenses for field trips, and assistance securing a solo show in Italy.

 

Informational Links:

 

art.fsu.edu/Graduate
lga.art.fsu.edu
workingmethodcontemporary.com
news.art.fsu.edu
facebook.com

 

 

We encourage you to visit our campus.

 

Please direct questions to the Department of Art at 850-644-8252 or email:

 

Holly Hanessian
Graduate Program Director
[email protected]

 

 

December 13, 2011

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Florida State University
Florida State University: Call for Applications
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