Duke University: Call for Applications

Duke University: Call for Applications

Duke University

October 21, 2010
Duke University: Call for Applications

MFA in Experimental and
Documentary Arts

Application deadline: January 30, 2011


MFAEDA students will be encouraged to push the boundaries of their work via interaction with cohorts from diverse arts backgrounds. Successful candidates will be well versed in their existing practice, and will be eager to collaborate with colleagues whose efforts – while different from their own – will enrich and challenge their creative output. To that end, the program seeks students from across the arts spectrum, whether based in traditional fine arts such as painting, sculpture, documentary arts, photography and film, or so-called experimental practice such as computational and new media, sound work, and installation.

The MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts is a terminal degree in the arts, and as such graduates will be prepared for professional careers in a wide range of fields from academic teaching and research to commercial or public arts practice. Along with the program’s core faculty, students will have access to affiliated faculty from the departments of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, the Center for Documentary Studies, and the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image, as well as from the university at large.

Program Director:
Stan Abe

Executive Committee:
Stan Abe, Tom Rankin, Hans Van Miegroet

Core Faculty:
Josh Gibson, Mark Hansen, Alex Harris, Pedro Lasch, Timothy Lenoir, William Noland, Tom Rankin, Bill Seaman, Kristine Stiles, Victoria Szabo, Charlie Thompson.

More information on the program, faculty, curriculum and application guidelines are available on the MFAEDA website at http://mfaeda.duke.edu. Additional inquiries may be sent to the attention of Teka Selman, Assistant Director at [email protected]

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