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  1. Yes, reflecting on my BFA practice I realise that I have learnt so much from it that informs the study of art history, also because we have assumed the role of a "maker" ourselves. Good Luck :)
  2. I have taken few art history courses in my undergrad. Thank you for sharing this, I personally feel like doing an MA will definitely help me get more clarity and streamline my interests to do the PhD afterwards.
  3. Yes, it's a BFA. Okay that makes sense, thank you.
  4. Hi everyone, I am planning to apply for the MA+PhD Art History program directly from Bachelors. However I do not hold a BA Art History, my background is in design(textile). I was wondering if this would affect the admission committee's consideration of my application? Also wondering if I should be doing an independent MA Art History before the PhD? Personally I would prefer to do the MA+PhD program as I am very committed and dedicated and totally aware of my capabilities and skill. Since I do not have a formal educational background in art history, I'm a bit unaware of where I stand in this.
  5. Yes, there is a faculty in Stanford Art History graduate program who specialises in fashion and dress. You can check their faculty list.
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