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  1. Hi! I applied to 8 MFA programs. I have been granted interviews from 4 of them so far, as a finalist. I have been accepted to two and am still waiting on the others. I have had 3 interviews so far, all skype. I am wondering how much weight does the 15 minute skype interview actually have? How much does it affect your chances? What are the most important factors in a school's decision? Is it the overall application (statement, portfolio, recommendations) or does the interview have a significant spot in determining the decision? Help! I'm freakin' out
  2. Why I am putting myself through this again? I do not have an answer, but I am here. Anyone else out there going through the portfolio/statement of purpose process, still? My first application goes out next week (University of Arizona). I am beyond nervous. How do you decide when everything is "done"? When is anything ever done, haha
  3. Hi All! I'm new to this forum and am an aspiring candidate to an MFA program. The problem is, I don't know which one or what to look for! I'm sure there are a million of these threads and everyone has a different story. I'm just trying to get some guidance for my particular scenario. I'm finishing my BA as a non-traditional student. My educational background was studio art, but this year I H ad to switch to a Graphic Design program and will be finishing in that program. So, my BA will be in graphic design but I want to get into an MFA studio art program - this is where my focus is even to
  4. Hi, I'm applying for furniture design and applied craft MFAs and am wondering if anyone has an idea of the acceptance rates at some of these places, or has attended any of the below schools and could shed some light on how difficult it is to get in? PNCA, Cranbrook, VCU, OCAC, SCAD Thanks! Sally
  5. Good evening, this is Steve. I am currently an upcoming high school senior and interested in applying for Architecture and Urban design major. I understand that I'm posting this on a Grad forum I think that people who are in this community will definitely be more experienced and know what kind of portfolio a college professor/admission department is more likely to prefer. Could someone please tell me some general things that I should definitely include in my portfolio? Or which kind of direction (either more artistic or more design based) should my portfolio be composed of?
  6. Let's face it; no matter how much you study, how much you obsess, or how high your grades are sometimes that's just not what it's about. I am a firm believer in passion and commitment getting you to wherever you want to go. I know if I keep trying and keep an open mind, I'll get there. Even if "there" happens to be Harvard, which in my case it is. I have never been big on "academia". The intimidating and inaccessible stigma the word holds is part of the reason I decided (at 12) that someday I would go into education and shake everything up. I don't know how many people on here will relate to m
  7. I am applying to interdisciplinary programs with an emphasis on photography. I have an installation of 5 videos, with photos of the installation. Should each video represent one of my portfolio submissions? Where should I put the photo of the installation since is is purely to provide context for the videos. How should I count the videos? I appreciate any suggestions.
  8. Hello, I graduated last May with a BFA after attending 3 different undergrad schools. I had a diverse education over the course of 6 years and feel ready and excited to attend grad school. I have a very loose, expressive hand that relates to Abstract Expressionism. I would not call my work conceptual, however it is not realistic or naturalistic either (NY Academy, for example, would be too geared towards anatomy). Basically, my paintings are about the burden of having a perishable body. I express this through loose interpretations of the body and abstraction. I am not sure what pr
  9. Hey everybody! I'm applying for an MFA in Sculpture starting Fall of 2012 and would love to hear some thoughts about my work and where you think it would fit. graceleelawrence.com At present I'm thinking about the following schools: VCU Carnegie Mellon MICA Columbia Maybe Yale? Any suggestions for back up schools? I'm trying to stay near the east coast but will go wherever works out best. Thanks!
  10. I am preparing my portfolio for late winter submission in an MFA studio art program. I want to stay in my Chicago area, which shouldn't be hard since there are a number of good schools. My first question to all those who are already accepted into grad programs of their choice; What do you put in the portfolio? If you have just finished your BFA, then what do you have besides your senior year show stuff? Or, if like me, you have been out there working for many years at as many art-related jobs as possible, what will assure your chances of getting looked at? I will attend the grad portfolio d
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