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  1. My intention has always to become a professor, in what exactly, I'm still up in the air about that. But you're right, it might be a little early to think that long term. I don't necessarily need a diploma, but it would superficially make me feel more comfortable. But maybe I'll just get another undergrad degree... Thanks for the suggestions!
  2. Hi hi, I graduated 3 years ago from undergrad with a major in Feminist Studies/Philosophy and did not take a single art course while I was there. Since I've been taking "grad" art courses (undergrad courses recontextualized as "grad" courses) that are introductory with a heavy theory bent. I'm trying to find a program (pre-MFA) where I can take art courses in many different disciplines to develop my foundational artistic base (basic drawing/color theory/figure/painting/sculpture/printmaking/infographics etc). My hope is to do some sort of program so I can figure out if I want to pursue a single-discipline or a multidisciplinary MFA/art practice. I don't think I'm ready for a post-bac yet (if ever) because I still feel very directionless. Other than open-enrolling at a local community college or local university, are there programs like the Studio Diploma @ SMFA Tufts where 1. I don't have to do gen-eds, 2. can take whatever class that is offered in the art department, and 3. variety in skill from beginners to advance to niche fields?? Any suggestions would be super appreciated!
  3. Hey all! I'm trying to find a program where I can take studio art courses without being confined to 1 discipline and where I don't have to complete general education or liberal arts degrees. Basically, I want to complete the "foundational-year studies" that some art schools offer. The only program I've been able to find is the SMFA Tufts Studio Diploma. Any other ideas? Background info: Graduated undergrad in humanities/social sciences and did not take a single art course I'm in a Master of Liberal Arts program w/ arts concentration (it's an elite liberal arts college that wanted to make extra money on the side so they basically offer these grad courses that are "accelerated" versions of the undergraduate courses already offered). So while they're technically grad courses, they fall in line with community college courses with heavy theory emphasis In short, I just don't have any of the foundational knowledge to make a decision on what I want to study for an MFA (interdisciplinary or single-discipline) I still can't draw. Any suggestions would be super appreciated!!
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