SFAI now accepting applications for Fall 2012

SFAI now accepting applications for Fall 2012

San Francisco Art Institute

Rachel Mica Weiss, MFA Sculpture. Sagging Ellipse, (After Richard Serra),2011.
Manila rope, sisal.
November 28, 2011
SFAI now accepting applications for Fall 2012


The San Francisco Art Institute is currently accepting applications for the MA, MFA, and Dual Degree programs for the Fall 2012 term.


Priority deadlines are as follows:
MA programs: December 1, 2011
MFA, Dual Degree MA/MFA, and Post Baccalaureate programs: January 15, 2012
Low-Residency MFA (Summer 2012): January 15, 2012


After the priority deadlines, applications will be accepted on a space-available basis.


SFAI offers internationally regarded MFA programs in Design and Technology, Film, New Genres, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture. Our fine arts programs reflect a legacy of studio-based practice that challenges students to consider the contemporary, historical, and theoretical practices of art. These programs are founded on the tradition of experimental studio practice, academic rigor, and interdisciplinary discourse taught by SFAI’s distinguished faculty.


SFAI’s MA programs in History and Theory of Contemporary Art, Exhibition and Museum Studies, and Urban Studies focus on the critical thinking and writing that stem from an in-depth understanding of theory and practice. The Dual Degree MA/MFA program is ideally designed for students who want to synthesize the intellectual and artistic facets of their creative work, and cultivate a large portfolio of tools as cultural producers.


We invite you to become part of a global community of artists and thinkers noted for their diverse, provocative, and innovative work.


For application details, please visit www.sfai.edu/graduate-application-process


For additional information, please contact the Associate Director of Graduate Admissions, Jana Rumberger, at 415.351.3507 or [email protected].


Upcoming at the San Francisco Art Institute:
Oceans and Campfires: Allan Sekula and Bruno Serralongue
November 30, 2011 – February 18, 2012
Walter and McBean Galleries


Curated by Hou Hanru, Oceans and Campfires features two of the most innovative figures in the field of contemporary documentary photography and video.


San Francisco Art Institute
Founded in 1871, SFAI is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious schools of higher education in contemporary art. Focusing on the interdependence of thinking, making, and learning, SFAI’s academic and public programs are dedicated to excellence and diversity. SFAI also strives to be a leader in promoting awareness of the relevance of the arts in contemporary culture.




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