Learn more about Washington University’s Graduate School of Art, part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.
Our faculty will be on hand at the following events to view your portfolio and answer questions about our program.
Sunday, October 9, 12–4pm
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
Patricia Olynyk, Director, Graduate School of Art
Florence and Frank Bush Professor of Art
Robert Gero, MFA Thesis Coordinator
Saturday, October 29, 12–4pm
Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY
Michael Byron, Professor, Painting
Richard Krueger, Associate Professor, Collaborative Technology Center
Sunday, November 6, 12–4pm
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Buzz Spector, Dean, College & Graduate School of Art
Jane Reuter Hitzeman and Herbert F. Hitzeman, Jr. Professor of Art
Ika Knezevic, Assistant Professor, Digital Imaging & Photography
Graduate Portfolio Days are for students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree program and are looking to obtain their MFA degree in a critically engaged studio practice program. They provide prospective students feedback on their portfolios as suited for admission to a graduate course of study. In addition, these sessions give students the opportunity to learn more about the curricula, faculty, application procedures, and other graduate program information.
Graduate Portfolio Days are not an examination, nor are they a competition. Attendees should not expect to gain either admission or scholarship to college visited during the event. They will have the opportunity, however, to get specific information about the quality, depth, and consistency of portfolio and written requirements at the graduate level from each school visited; direct feedback on their artwork; and the next steps for applying for admission.
For more information about the Graduate School of Art, visit samfoxschool.wustl.edu/artarch/gradart