Art, MFA

The Herberger Institute MFA program in art, offered by the School of Art, provides a stimulating and challenging program for artistic and intellectual growth. Faculty in the School of Art are distinguished artists and scholars who encourage innovation, critical practice and independence. This program provides students with unparalleled opportunities to develop conceptual approaches and technical expertise in a range of media including ceramics, drawing, fiber arts, intermedia, metal arts, painting, photography, printmaking and book arts, sculpture, and wood arts. Prospective students select an area of focus for their practice but may also develop interdisciplinary expertise in and beyond the School of Art.

Students make and exhibit work in the newly constructed Grant Street Studios (https://art.asu.edu/venues-and-facilities/grant-street-studios), which offers sixty individual studios, two galleries and enhanced facilities including a common wood shop, computer lab and 3-D print lab. Located in downtown Phoenix, Grant Street Studios also provide access to the city's vibrant community of museums, galleries, businesses and cultural organizations. The Visiting Artist and Scholar lecture series is another vital opportunity for students to learn from and connect with regional, national and international colleagues.

Degree Offered

Art, MFA
Design & the Arts, Herberger Institute for

Location
Tempe

Plan of Study

The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.

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2016 Catalog of MFA Student Work

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