MFA Program

RISD Digital + Media is seeking applications to our MFA program

The Rhode Island School of Design Department of Digital + Media is now seeking applications to our MFA program. The deadline for completed applications is January 10. Digital + Media is a 2 year MFA program within RISD, which is legendary for training makers within the worlds of Fine Art and Design. Attracting artists from fields such as art, science, technology and sound, Digital + Media engages with students as they develop their unique voice within a supportive environment. Within Digital + Media, disciplines that have traditionally been divided become fluid and porous. Over the last ten years, the program…

MFA Program

Accepting Applications for the Intermedia MFA program at the University of Maine

The University of Maine is now accepting applications for UMaine system’s only program of it’s kind, the Intermedia MFA program. The IMFA is a unique MFA graduate program that seeks to provide students with advanced study and practice in interdisciplinary art. This program is distinctive in that is places an emphasizes on intensive creative development and innovative ability through diverse engagement with multiple research processes, critical thinking skills, and creative production tools and technologies. The program invites students from all professional, creative and academic programs. Students have the opportunity to work with internationally accomplished faculty and actively engaged in a…

MFA Program

MFA IN INTERMEDIA AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

The MFA in Intermedia is not intended to be a traditional art degree even though it has a studio focus. We have chosen the term Intermedia to reflect our aim and intent – that is to work with, and study, creative processes and resulting works which fall conceptually between media that are already known/used as well as between traditional disciplines such as art and computer science. This sense of Intermedia (and by extension our intended program) is directly taken from the art theorist Dick Higgins who is primarily responsible for determining the contemporary use of this term. In 1966 Higgins wrote…