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    Fine Arts (New Genres)
  1. So I have been waitlisted at CSU Long Beach. Rejected from UC Irvine and UC San Diego. Dem west coast skools be hatin'.
  2. Thank you for your advice!!! I will definitely look into applying to those schools next year if I do not get accepted.
  3. I haven't heard anything yet. I'm starting to get a little worried because I got a rejection email from UCSD today and apparently have been rejected from UCI because people have already been notified about interviews. I REALLY don't want to wait another year to apply again. This is the 2nd round of applying. I'm just ready to move out to LA and get my masters!
  4. So I was rejected from UCSD today. Received the notification through email. wah-wah. Apparently I am probably rejected from UCI as well because I haven't heard any word and people have already been notified for interviews. So that just leaves CSULB. I don't know what school to apply to anymore. I was rejected last year from Cal Arts and CSU Roski. I really don't want to wait yet another year to apply again.
  5. I've heard that Otis has a good reputation and am thinking about applying, however, I'm not sure if they offer good financial aid. That is the most important thing to me. Last year I was accepted to Art Center but turned it down because it is $90,000. Any ideas? Thanks!
  6. Thank you both so much for your compliments! I missed the deadline for UCSB for this fall (( So that sucks. I have a friend that went to undergrad there for photography and she really loved it. I do not use a darkroom for my photos. They are all digital. I double expose images that I took through layering in photoshop with filters. But even the filters that are used are photos that I took. wah wahhhh. I don't really have access to a darkroom since I graduated so I just kinda learned to get creative with what I can do with what I have. I think it was sexy-sweaters that photoshopped my art onto a sweater and then someone posted a link to it on reddit. I emailed sexy-sweaters about it because I thought they were selling them by the comments that people had made on reddit. I was like oh nooo. it has begun. But fortunately, it had not begun. They had never made a sweater out of my art. I'm just waiting for the day when urban outfitters has a shirt with one of my cat images on it. They are notorious for that. Then I will take them to court and get all the moneys. muhahahahha
  7. I currently live in Tennessee. The schools that I have been looking at give out of state students a scholarship that covers their out of state fee. So I'm hoping to get into one of those. I kinda decided to apply again to grad school this year late so I missed the deadline for UCLA. But I don't know if it is the right program for me. Looking at the students' and teachers' work from UCLA and USC Roski, I don't think my work would fit in there. So I'm trying to find a program that is more fitting for my work. I make installations as well as miniatures, video, performance, photography, experimentation with light, anaglyphs, holographs, and printmaking. So I do a little bit of everything. I had debated going to film school for a while but decided to just continue with fine art so that I could have more freedom to experiment and use different mediums. http://mandystoller.tumblr.com
  8. Thank you both so much! I looked at your website, Phillip, and I really like your work! Good luck with your admissions!
  9. Well I've never been to San Diego before. What is the city like? I have been to LA and I really like it. Is the city big? How is the traffic? Also is there a good art scene in San Diego? Thanks so much!
  10. Okay, so last year I was accepted to Art Center in Pasadena for New Genres. However, after finding out that it would cost $90,000 to get my masters I decided to look into state schools in California. I would like to be in LA or very near. I don't like being isolated in suburban areas. I have been looking at Cal State LA, UC San Diego, CSU Long Beach, USC Roski, UC Irvine, CSU Northridge, and CSU Fullerton. I really know nothing about these schools. Does anyone know which of these have good grad programs for New Genres? I'm really lost. I've searched all over the internet for student reviews and can't find any for the grad programs. I currently live in Tennessee so I can't just drive over there and see which one is best. Thanks so much ))))
  11. I am also kinda in the same boat as you are. I was accepted into Art Center last year for new genres but decided not to go because it is $90,000. So now I am looking at state schools in California. Does anyone have any suggestions as to which schools would be good for new genres? I really want to be either in LA or very near it. I don't like being isolated in suburban areas. I've been looking at USC, UC San Diego, USC Long Beach, UC Irvine, CSU Northridge, CSU Fullerton, and Roski. I really don't know anything about all the UCs or CSUs except that Roski and UC San Diego are supposed to be good schools. I'm having a really hard time deciding which ones to apply to.
  12. Anyone else STILL not hear back from CalArts MFA Fine Art Program? They are driving me crazy. If I am rejected just send me the letter already!!
  13. http://mandystoller.tumblr.com/page/3 I have STILL not heard a word from Calarts. I applied to their Fine Arts MFA program. Maybe my work isn't fitting with their program? I got accepted to Art Center and saw some past student work that was somewhat similar so I could see why they might think I would be a good fit there. I also applied to USC but no one has heard from them yet. Anyone have any suggestions as to which school in California would be most fitting for my work? I want to start doing holographics, LED installations, fiber optics, and projection mapping in grad school.
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