University at Albany Provides MFA Students With Tuition Waivers and Funding

The Department of Art and Art History at the University at Albany is accepting applications for its Fall 2021 MFA and MA programs in Studio Art. All students in the highly competitive 2-year MFA program are offered Teaching or Graduate Assistantship funding and 50% tuition waivers.

Regular studio visits with faculty, peers, and visiting artists are designed to give students a range of contexts and viewpoints within which to consider their work. The objective of the program is to both broaden and deepen students’ understanding of contemporary art to better develop their studio preoccupations. Contemporary art seminars complement studio classes and equip students with insights that allow them to operate with increasing criticality and self-awareness.

In this affordable, interdisciplinary program, students work across Painting and Drawing, Printmaking, Sculpture and Installation, and Photography and Related Media, and are given 24-hour access to spacious, private, and semi-private studios and well-equipped common work

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Join the Fully Funded MFA Studio Art Program at the University of Arkansas School of Art

The University of Arkansas School of Art’s Studio Art MFA program combines contemporary critical engagement with technical proficiency designed to support a variety of approaches to artmaking.

All students in the MFA Studio Art program are fully supported. We provide full assistantships to all of our graduate students, including full-tuition waivers and $15,000 stipends annually for all three years of study. Also, every student receives an additional $4,000 fellowship per year.

Students enter the program through one of 6 media areas (ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, or sculpture) and work closely with faculty and graduate students from those areas while in the program. Though it is expected students have a strong background in their chosen medium, they are encouraged to work across disciplines and across media. The curriculum is designed to support a variety of approaches to artmaking, coupled with rigorous theoretical inquiry, research, and social awareness.

Propelled by transformational

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