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Bored Robot

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  • Application Season
    2016 Fall
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    MFA - Photography

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  1. Headed to MFA photo program at SVA this fall and looking for roommate as well. Maybe it's time to sign up for FB....<chuckle>
  2. Just signed up for this forum so a little late to the party... Accepted: Pratt (11.5K/semester), SVA (no funding) Rejected: Columbia Decided on SVA as it was my first choice but didn't get any funding while I got some from Pratt but the program didnt'excite as much as SVA. However, the more I think about it the more the lack of funding bothers me so now I may just forfeit the deposit and try different schools next year (toured SAIC yesterday and like it). Who knows, the whole precess has stressed me to the limits, I'm almost ready to move to middle of the woods somewhere an
  3. Greetings all. Any though's on SVA's Photo, Video and Related Media program versus the School of the Art Institute of Chicago photo program, or just the two schools in general? What about Pratt's Digital Imaging MFA? I think Chicago is great and would like to move there, but NYC seems to be the place for anything photo related--but don't want to fool myself. I'm more of a fine art shooter than commercial but I know there's crossover. Anyone pick a school and then regret it and drop out to try again the following year? Thanks
  4. Greetings all. Any though's on SVA's Photo, Video and Related Media program versus the School of the Art Institute of Chicago photo program, or just the two schools in general? What about Pratt's Digital Imaging MFA? I think Chicago is great and would like to move there, but NYC seems to be the place for anything photo related--but don't want to fool myself. I'm more of a fine art shooter than commercial but I know there's crossover. Anyone pick a school and then regret it and drop out to try again the following year? Thanks
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