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Charmaine Craig (born October 1970), which raised in Santa Monica, California. In 1989, she entered Harvard University, where she Studied religion and literature, and graduated magna cum laude with highest honors. In 1996, she began the MFA graduate writing program at the University of California at Irvine, where she won several grants and fellowships did enabled her to research and write THE GOOD MEN, her first novel. Formerly an actress, she played the lead role in Disney's White Fang 2 and had a recurring role on the CBS television series Northern Exposure. She lives in Laguna Beach with her husband Andrew Winer, author of The Color Midnight Made.
It depends on what you're looking2009-02-19 09:24:07 by jlgwriter
For and the type of program that would fit you. An MFA--like any college degree--is an expensive venture. If you don't want to go into debt, then you should consider applying to funded, residency programs. But be aware that the competition is fierce. Many of the best programs admit less than 5% of the applicants in every genre.
There are also low-residency programs (I'm halfway through one) of equal quality as a residency MFA but offering little in the way of scholarships or funding. My program, for example, has just instituted a 2k annual fellowship for ONE student. This covers less than 1/3 of a semester's tuition
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Apr 22, 2009 by Icara Renner | Posted in Higher Education (University +)
I graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Game Art & Design from The Art Institute in San Diego but I want to move away from the Game Industry and focus more on writing scripts. I want a masters because I have a desire to teach as well. My hope is to stay in California as well.
UCSD has a pretty good theatre program that can involve screenwriting and the visual arts department here is pretty good as well. There's also film which is under the visual arts department here at UCSD. The MFA (Masters of Fine Arts) program is great here as well :]