Fall 2022 applications are now being accepted for the MFA Visual Arts and Sound Art Programs at Columbia University School of the Arts.
The Visual Arts Program is interdisciplinary and offers an MFA degree in Visual Arts rather than in one specific medium. The two-year studio program, taught by internationally celebrated artists, allows students to pursue moving image, painting, photography, printmaking, and expanded practice | sculpture.
The Sound Art Program, offered in association with the Visual Arts MFA Program, the Department of Music, and the Computer Music Center, allows students the opportunity to pursue creative work in a variety of genres and focus on the integration of sound with other media.
Both programs are holding virtual information sessions on Sunday, November 14, 2021. Registration is now open; RSVP to attend.
Contact the Admissions Office at soaadmission[email protected] with any questions about the application process.
Visual Arts faculty include Gregory Amenoff, Matthew Buckingham, Susanna Coffey, Adama Delphine Fawundu, Jon Kessler, Nicola López (Chair), Miya Masaoka, Naeem Mohaiemen, Shelly Silver, Sable Elyse Smith, Sarah Sze, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Tomas Vu-Daniel.
Sound Art faculty include Miya Masaoka (Director), Seth Cluett (Assistant Director), Brad Garton, Jules Gimbrone, Ben Holtzman, and Dave Sulzer.
For more details on the programs, visit arts.columbia.edu.
Applications for Fall 2022 are due January 19, 2022.
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