Earn money, gain experience teaching art, focus on making your artwork and, at the end of 2 successful years, earn a Masters of Fine Art - all without paying tuition. Art and Technology at the Ohio State University is seeking applicants to the MFA degree program for 2005 - 2007.
Art & Technology is an interdisciplinary studio art program in computer mediated art, which includes electronics and kinetics, interactive, robotic sculpture, 3D modeling and animation, holography and light, digital video, multimedia, net art, installation and sound. Students are encouraged to consider conceptual approaches to art making while working with content and contexts that may not fit within traditional definitions of art or display venues.
The Ohio State University is one of the nation's largest, most comprehensive universities. As members of the University community, students in the Department of Art have the opportunity to draw on a wide variety of resources that may be pertinent to their work. The University Fine Arts Library holds over 40,000 volumes. Ohio State's Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design is known internationally as one of the top centers for graduate students focused in animation and 3D modeling. The History of Art Department has a comprehensive slide, print and digital collection of more than 450,000 items. The Wexner Center for the Arts presents exhibitions, dance, film, and performances by nationally and internationally known contemporary artists.
90% of studio art graduate students receive Graduate Teaching Assistantships or University Fellowships. GTAs receive a stipend for nine months of service and a full waiver of tuition. All graduate students in the Department of Art are provided with studio space.
Art Department: http://art.osu.edu/
Application information: http://art.osu.edu/department_pages/app_info/app_info.html