November 18, 2014

Sound Arts MFA: open for applications

Columbia University School of the Arts
Nolan Lem, Dice Roll, 2014. Photo: Joel Jares.

Applications are now being accepted for the MFA Sound Arts program, an interdepartmental program offered by Columbia University School of the Arts’ Visual Arts Program in association with the Department of Music and the Computer Music Center.

Columbia University has been at the helm of sound innovation for over 50 years with faculty specializing in composition, improvisation, installation, sculpture, electronic music, acoustics, music cognition and software development. Sound Arts students work closely with faculty from Composition, Ethnomusicology, the Computer Music Center, and Visual Arts, and have access to production facilities and equipment including a recording studio, rehearsal room, electronics lab and wood, metal and ceramics shops.

Prospective students with a deep engagement with sound as medium and a desire to join a diverse community of artists and musicians are encouraged to apply. The application deadline is January 15, 2015.

Please contact the School of the Arts Admissions Office at [email protected] for more information, or visit the Sound Arts website.


Columbia University School of the Arts Sound Arts MFA open for applications

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