$14,000 per year stipend
The Digital Arts area of the School of Art allows students to explore the expressive and conceptual potential of digital-based projects ranging from print to physical computing.
The application deadline is February 1st.
Images should be of recent pieces and indicate your primary interest and direction. The studio art faculty reviews all applications in early March and makes recommendations to the School of Liberal Arts on candidates to accept. All admitted students receive a financial aid package that consists of a tuition waiver and an assistantship stipend of $14,000 per year.
Further information may be obtained from our website at: https://liberalarts.tulane.edu/departments/art
If you have more questions about the program, specific requirements or deadlines, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin H. Jones
Professor Digital Arts
Newcomb Art Department
The Newcomb Art Department offers a Master of Fine Arts degree in an intensive, interdisciplinary, two-year residency program that emphasizes close interaction with dedicated faculty and peers, and engagement with New Orleans’ unique cultural landscape. The graduate curriculum is focused on individual studio practice while also engaging students in cross-disciplinary seminars on art theory, professionalism, pedagogy, and practice-based research, as well as courses in the history of art.