The Master of Fine Arts in Criticism and Curatorial Practice combines history, theory, and criticism with professional practice to explore and experiment with the breadth and depth of contemporary art and design.
The objectives of the MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice are:
Curriculum: 60 credits
Students may choose from:
Students should consult the Graduate Program Director for advising on the selection of elective courses.
The MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practice is a year-round, five-semester program, including one Summer term. Students must make plans for their summer program in consultation with their Supervisory Committee and the Program Director. Among the options available to students in this program are:
Summer Internship (9 credits)
With the assistance of the Graduate Program Director, students will arrange either a curatorial or criticism internship of seven to nine weeks’ duration with a local, national, or international gallery, museum or journal.
Summer International Directed Study (9 credits)
If appropriate to their thesis project, students may arrange international directed study or research for the summer between years one and two.
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