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  1. Hi Guys, I have been accepted by the following school: SVA - MFA Fine Arts program Pratt - MFA Integrated Practices program CCA- MFA Fine Arts program I am an interdisciplinary artist who makes conceptual artwork. I am open to all mediums but drawing and painting would be the least interested to me. Also, I'd love to take liberal arts class. I want to work in a gallery or a museum while making my artwork after graduation. I like the curriculum of SVA which are lots of interesting and fun classes provided; however, Pratt and CCA seem to be more conceptual. Has anyone had any advice on choosing the school that would suit my artistic practice the most? Thank you in advance!
  2. What are some interdisciplinary MA programs similar to the MAPSS one at UChicago?
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