Master of Fine Arts - Visual Arts
The graduate visual arts program, taught by outstanding faculty artists and scholars, offers a two year, 60 credit MFA degree in Visual Arts. Students choose a cross-disciplinary approach to their studies, supporting their concentrations with pursuits in printmaking, painting, ceramics, sculpture, drawing, photography, and jewelry. A critical academic core in art history, aesthetics and criticism, uniquely positions Marywood students for success in their future professional careers. Students in the MFA in Visual Arts program are expected to take at least 12 credits per semester.
Areas of Concentration
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To learn more about pursuing your MFA degree in Visual Arts, please contact the appropriate area coordinator:
The MFA program at Marywood University challenges the student artist to excellence in the field of Visual Art. Studio art electives together with the academic core support the degree candidate’s creative search in painting. Studio work is both independent and supervised.
Students in the 2-D concentration (painting, printmaking, photography) and 3-D concentration (ceramics, sculpture) are tasked with becoming articulate, self-aware and directed fine artists. Working within a small community of peers, the student gains creative insight in discussing his or her own visual discoveries with the work and ideas of others in regular critique and review. The student in this full time residency program should expect to graduate with a terminal MFA in Visual Arts degree after two years of concentrated study.
Where Creativity Works
Let Marywood’s Department of Visual Arts help you discover “where creativity works.” To learn more about the Art Department, ask questions, or to schedule a personal, family, or group visit, contact our Department Chair at 570-348-6278.