Art Center Master’s Program

Art Center Master’s Program

ArtCenter College of Design

May 10, 2005
Art Center Master’s Program

• intensive writing workshops every term;

• seminars addressing diverse topics;

• one-on-one tutorials with professors of the student’s choice;

• interdisciplinary courses where theory meets practice in intensive critiques and research;

• internships at Los Angeles cultural institutions.

Students are evaluated on a substantial writing portfolio at the end of the second and fourth terms, and the program culminates in a master’s thesis of original work focusing on a specific area of contemporary art or design.

The program offers an opportunity to think beyond traditional academic categories, as it addresses art and design as key components in contemporary culture. This innovative approach is built on a foundational methods seminar that explores the history and theory of visual culture through an ongoing dialogue between two professors around a chosen theme. Students also participate in art and design studio courses through research and critique.

Applicants to the program have diverse backgrounds in the arts and sciences, including literature, philosophy, art and design history, cultural studies and film. Students are admitted in the fall and spring terms. All students receive substantial funding.

To apply, or for further information on the program, please contact:

Jane McFadden

Director, Graduate Studies, Criticism and Theory


Bruce Hainley

Associate Director, Graduate Studies, Criticism and Theory

Art Center College of Design

1700 Lida St.

Pasadena, CA 91103


[email protected]

Core Faculty:

Rosetta Brooks

Amy Gerstler

Bruce Hainley

Jane McFadden


Mark Breitenberg

Eva Forgacs

Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe

William Jones

Peter Lunenfeld

Timothy Martin

Dmitri Siegel

Jason Smith

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