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Hi, I'm new to this page and also to the grad school search. I graduated in 2015 and have been working and showing since then, not as much as I would like but you live and you learn and time passes quickly. Anyway, I am starting to look into schools to get ready to visit in the coming year and apply the year after that (I have a great studio space where i'm living promised to me for the next 2 years hence the time line). I'm also going to apply for residencies and I imagine that will help hone my intent and my search for schools, but in the meantime I figured I'd better start. One th
Hi guys, I've applied to three schools, two in Texas and one in Illinois. TTU-Accepted UNT-No word UNI-No word Has anyone applied to UNI or UNT? currently freaking out as its nearing the end of March! Below is my website http://www.pradoprints.com
This seems to be the opposite of what everyone else has asked about, but I went to a really conceptual, interdisciplinary undergraduate program and I want to get more traditional, "master printer"-type training. What are the best schools for this? Are any of the CUNY schools good traditional programs? I live in New York and I'm not eager to leave, but I'm open to any suggestions. Thanks! And good luck to everyone who applied for 2012!
Greetings All, So I have decided to give applying to MFA programs a try. I compiled a list of 21 schools that I would consider applying to. I then narrowed down my list to 7: RISD, MICA, SAIC, IU, Herron, Rutgers, and Columbia University. I was wondering based on my work where I should consider applying or if there are any schools I should consider dropping from my list. www.adamporterart.com Any and all feedback will be much appreciated. Thanks ya'll! -Adam