Art and Design in London
We are currently not accepting applications for the MFA in Studio program.
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The MFA curriculum is comprised of a core 60 credits including seminars in theory, criticism and art history; independent study in research, studio and criticism; completion of a final paper; design and production of an exhibition catalog; mounting of a solo thesis exhibition in a Manhattan space to which critics and gallery directors are invited; critiques by faculty and visiting critics; and attendance at visiting artist and critics presentations throughout the year.
In conjunction with the core curriculum, 12 credits are available for courses in studio and free electives.