Mon Dec 12, 2005 07:47
The MFA in Electronic Integrated Arts offered by the School of Art and Design at Alfred University is an interdisciplinary approach to electronic and digital processes. The program creates a context to explore the relationships between the languages, processes, and forms of emerging electronic/digital technologies with those of painting, printmaking, photography, design, video, and sonic arts, recognizing an emerging population of students who are committed to investigating these relationships through work that is not necessarily confined to a singular artistic discipline. All MFA students receive a teaching assistantship along with tuition remission. The deadline for applications is Feb 1st.