|Master of Fine Arts - MFA|
The two-year, international, English-language university course has a total of five times, performed in the years 2005-2011 in cooperation with the Transart Institute, New York. The successful completion led to a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in New Media as a terminal degree. Students worked in arbitrary fields of media art and created their own individual study plan on which they were working independently and with the support of selected teachers and mentors. Three intense Plena allowed students to pursue their career further while they participated in the program. Genres and media covered include: animation, cyber kind, Experimental Art, Film / Video, Graphic Design, Installation Art, Interactive Art, Interdisciplinary Art, Performance Art, Photography, Sound / Music, or virtual reality.
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An advanced degree in Creative Writing...2003-12-30 12:37:00 by lost_bracelet
...will not help you get published, but it may help you with:
- Having a structured program in which to practice writing regularly.
- Possibly meeting industry contacts, although it depends on the program and teachers.
- Getting a creative writing teaching gig afterwards.
Many successful writers do not have a degree in Creative Writing. Some do not have a degree at all. A degree is not a guarantee of publishing success.
Having said that, you may find such a program worthwhile anyway.
Non-MFA creative writing programs include:
- Clarion West in Seattle (emphasis on science fiction, fantasy, and other speculative fiction sub-genres)
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I am looking to begin searching for a great MFA program in Fine Arts, painting in particular.
The very best MFA painting programs are at Yale, San Francisco Art Institute, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Temple U, Cranbrook Academy, U California Los Angeles, RISD, Maryland Institute College of Art, U T …nia Institute of the Arts, Art Center College of Design, Carnegie Mellon, School of Visual Arts, Pratt, Mass Art, Parsons, U of the Arts, Cleveland Institute of Art, Otis, Rutgers, Syracuse, and the Museum School (Tufts).