School of Art incoming graduate class

School of Art incoming graduate class

Syracuse University

Amanda Struver, Scum. Performance, Syracuse University Art Gallery. Photo: Joanna Spitzner.

June 10, 2021
School of Art incoming graduate class
Syracuse University
College of Visual and Performing Arts
200 Crouse College
Syracuse, New York 13244
United States

The Syracuse University School of Art is pleased to announce the incoming graduate class for the fall of 2021:

Angelica Starcovic—Morgantown, West Virginia—Fairmont State University / Brianna Brescka—Nashville, Tennessee—Middle Tennessee State University / Bronwyn Liddle—Rineyville, Kentucky—Western Kentucky University / Cara Crowley—Manchester, Missouri—Murray State University / Declan Yert—Cleveland, Ohio—Ohio University / Emily Kofsky—Poughkeepsie, New York—Maryland Institute College of Art / Emily Vrabel—Clay, New York—SUNY Oswego / Eric Jager—Fairbanks, Alaska—University of South Alabama / Fatemeh Kazemi—Tehran, Iran—University of Tehran / Grace Kerr—New York, Queens College / grace otten—Denton, Texas—University of North Texas / Jaleel Blanchard—New Orleans, Louisiana—University of Notre Dame / Jared LeClaire—Minneapolis, Minnesota—University of Wisconsin, Stout / Jessie McClanahan—Charleston, West Virginia—West Virginia State University / Katie Stone—Ambridge, Pennsylvania—Maryland Institute College of Art / Markus Denil—Nova Scotia, Canada—Concordia University / Mengjie Mo—Yunnan, China—Savannah College of Art and Design / Mengru Zhou—Fuyang City, China—Central Michigan University / Rachel Covington—North Bend, Washington—Whitworth University / Robert Zumwalt—San Francisco, California—University of California Los Angeles / Tessa Moeller—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania—Simmons College 

As an  art school within a research university, the emphasis of the MFA program is on the creation of innovative modes of artistic production. Offering both a two-year and three-year program, our curriculum affords the opportunity to work within one of our nationally recognized areas or across disciplines, enabling graduate candidates to develop a course of study specific to their research and creative goals.

Visit our website at for more information on the MFA program. For questions, contact Sam Van Aken at svanaken [​at​]

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