The Master of Fine Arts degree at Carnegie Mellon University is an innovative, interdiciplinary, contextually oriented, three-year program.
While the School of Art is the cultural home base of the MFA Program, the degree is designed to connect art-making to both the university and greater Pittsburgh communities.
One of the first art schools in the US to have a Contextual Practice area, the program has over a 20-year history of supporting students in the production of experimental, socially engaged art projects that develop new venues and audiences for art and expand the role of the arts in society.
::: ABOUT - more about the program, curriculum, tuition
::: VISIT - "MFA DAYS" DECEMBER 6, JANUARY 23, FEBRUARY 6
Group info session and tour for MFA Applicants from 12pm-2pm. Visitors are welcome to join the MFA integrative seminar from 630-930pm on Thursday nights.
REGISTER by contacting: Keni Jefferson, MFA & Admissions Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 412.268.8001
::: APPLY - DEADLINE JANUARY 31, 2014