Apply Now: UConn’s Fully Funded 3-Year MFA Studio Art Program

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Meet UConn’s MFA Studio Art Class of 2024. Working in a broad range of art-making, the class features:

Logan Ray Bishop utilizes printmaking to examine process, word, and tactility factors of art’s total image. He focuses on poetics, explorations of print, and their interaction with drawing to materialize form.

Jennifer Davies is a photographer and multimedia artist who enjoys engaging with themes of surrealism and ambiguous narrative. Primarily working with film photography, she walks the line between documentary and staged compositions, questioning the real, observable world by seeking out and interacting with its subtle curiosities.

Kenneth Heyne’s paintings and ceramics confront the history of abstract painting. His work simultaneously considers domestic wares and ideas around utopia.

Rossie Stearns is a multidisciplinary artist from Austin, Tx, whose process-heavy practice explores tensions between dualities by bringing together traditional modes of painting and material experimentation. Stearns received her BFA from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014.

Noah S. Thompson is an image-maker and storyteller who uses literature and photography to investigate the relationship between person and place. They take inspiration from mythology and folktales to document the environment and find the familiar in the unknown. 

UConn’s MFA Studio Art program is a fully funded three-year graduate program that supports a broad range of art-making including painting/drawing, photography/video, printmaking, and sculpture/ceramics with an international faculty and superior and generous facilities in a rural environment centrally located in Southern New England for easy day trips to New York, Boston, Providence, Hartford, and New Haven. The program culminates with an exhibition in a New York City gallery. and a thesis exhibition in UConn’s William Benton Museum of Art.

Why consider coming to UConn? Here are some of the reasons:

  • An intensive, multidisciplinary approach
  • Creative excitement and intellectual energy of an art school and a major research university combined
  • A nationally and internationally renowned faculty
  • Fully funded program providing both tuition remission, stipend, and health insurance
  • One of the most successful and exciting creative and intellectual communities in the country
  • Visiting artists, field trips and exhibition opportunities
  • The success of our alumni
  • Access to all the arts
  • Large new studios and new and improved facilities

The MFA in Studio Art requires the completion of the University of Connecticut Graduate School application and the submission of the creative portfolio through the UConn Graduate SlideRoom.

The deadline for submitting the application is January 15, 2022.

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