Call for Applications: MFA Creative Practice & New Media | ITSLIQUID

Call for Applications: MFA Creative Practice & New Media

Calls | May 24, 2013 |

Call for Applications: MFA Creative Practice & New Media

What will your MFA do for YOU? Become a Transartist, apply now.

Keep your job.
Make your connections.
Exhibit, perform curate internationally.

An MFA should be a short term investment in a long career

Ongoing connections, critique and support are essential ingredients for a vital artistic practice and successful academic career, equally important to the work itself. Join an international group of emerging and mid-career artists and curators. Transartists stay connected and active, continuing to show, curate and perform together internationally.

Build a sustainable practice, create your own course of study, get the support you need from advisors, find a balance  between your artwork and other professional obligations while you are in the program. Keep working, pay as you go.

On-site and on-line, 2 winter sessions in New York, 3 summer sessions in Berlin, 4 semesters off-site.

This summer. Come to Berlin, meet your colleagues and advisors. Make your plans, get a creative surge with workshops, seminars, pecha kuchas, artist talks, tours, multiple crits, discussion groups and the biennial Transartfest.

Make the work you’ve always wanted to in any media with the support of your studio advisors and weekly crit group. Support your studio work with whatever research interests you and best supports your practice.

Continue as a graduate to flourish in the Transartist community of artists and curators taking advantage of fellowships, technical and funding support, micro-financing networks, start-up funding initiatives, studio exchanges, curator and peer critique groups, and special calls. And yes, Transartists are invited back.

Become a Transartist, debt-free, with a thriving practice and career in 2 years.

Talk to Transartists, faculty and advisors by skype or in person to hear more.
But first, apply for summer acceptance: June 1st, 2013!

Transart, the Unschool, your connection to the art world.

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