The MFA program in Printmaking at the University of North Texas is accepting applications to begin course work in the Fall 2017.
Graduate Study in Printmaking at the University of North Texas offers a broad and intensive experience for serious artists engaging in printmaking processes and concepts as a primary form of expression.
The printmaking area averages six MFA printmaking candidates and twenty BFA undergraduates from a variety of artistic and geographic backgrounds. UNT MFA candidates develop conceptual, formal and technical interests through guided studio practice, critique and community engagement.
Candidates build professional experience by participating in exhibitions, portfolio exchanges, working with visiting artists, attending print media conferences, workshops and other professional activities.
The UNT campus offers exceptional professional research resources as well the resources available through world-class art museums, a vibrant contemporary art gallery scene, and many other cultural activities in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas.
*Deadline for Priority Consideration is January 5, 2017* (for enrolling in Fall 2017).
Late applications will be reviewed for acceptance until mid February, but with fewer opportunities for Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships.
Andrew DeCaen, Associate Professor of Art and Printmaking Area Coordinator
Lari Gibbons, Professor of Art and Director of P.R.I.N.T Press
For more information, please visit: http://untprintmakingblog.blogspot.com/