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Jörg M. Colberg was born in Wilhelmshaven in 1968. After high school he studied physics at Bonn and received his PhD (specialized supercomputer simulations of the evolution of the universe) at the University of Munich. He then worked for a short time in the software industry, and then return to the University and conduct research there in various research fields of theoretical cosmology. During this time he also started his blog / website Conscientious, which he operates since 2002 and has since experienced multiple extensions and realignments: Conscientious Currently, long texts dedicated to contemporary photography. Colbergs essays on photography published in numerous art catalogs and international publications such as the FOAM Photography Magazine. 2010 Colberg was appointed to the faculty of the newly founded International Limited-Residency Photography MFA Program at the Hartford Art School / University of Hartford in the U.S. and also teaches at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) and at Rhode Iceland College of Design (RISD) . Since 2012 Colberg Assistant Professor of Photography at the Hartford Art School / University of Hartford.

Jörg M. Colberg was born in Wilhelmshaven, (then-West) Germany, in year 1968. After graduating from high school, he Studied physics at Bonn, to later graduate with a doctorate from the University of Munich (specializing specializing in supercomputer simulations of the evolution of the Universe). After a brief stint in the software industry, he returned to academia, to work on various aspects of theoretical cosmology. In the mean time, in 2002 he started to work on his blog / website Conscientious, Which underwent a series of expansions and mutations, to now be dedicated to long-form writing about contemporary photography. His writing has so Appeared in artist monographs and periodicals in international photography, : such as FOAM magazine. In 2010, Jörg joined the faculty of the newly Formed International Limited-Residency MFA Photography program at Hartford Art School / University of Hartford, so while teaching at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) and at the Rhode Iceland
College of Design (RISD). In 2012, he Became assistant professor of photography at at Hartford Art School / University of Hartford.


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I haven't seen the rankings

2004-09-17 07:42:06 by graying

I just know people who went to both usc and ucsb and haven't met anyone who did an MFA at csla. In general I think the report is a decent starting point but for grad programs it's going to be more of a personnal fit.
With your digital and painting background it's going to be easier for you to get into a department that doesn't have specific areas of concentration. You might be a concesous candidate between the digital faculty and painting.
I would say look for professors you really want ot work with but that seems to have a 50/50 chance of working. I've had friends who've started programs only to find the prof they want to work with is on a two year hiatus, or quit or dead

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    I am looking to begin searching for a great MFA program in Fine Arts, painting in particular.

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