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June 2, 2014

Last call for PhD applications

Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts (IDSVA)
Jonathan Borofsky, Molecule Man, 1997. Aluminum, 100 feet high.
Permanent installation, Spree River, Berlin. Image courtesy of IDSVA.

IDSVA offers a unique global-residency/digital ed PhD in Philosophy and Art Theory to visual artists, architects, curators, and creative scholars. Led by internationally recognized faculty and scholars, our residency sites include Rome, Spannocchia Castle (Tuscany), Siena, Florence, Berlin, Venice (the Biennale), Paris, New York City, Istanbul and Brown University.

We currently have two seats remaining for July 2014 enrollment. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.

Please contact Emma Shultz, Admissions Coordinator, to inquire and begin your application today.
[email protected] / T +1 800 240 7357

How to apply
An application consists of:
– online application form
– current curriculum vitae
– statement of intent, minimum of 750 words
– one writing sample
– artist statement of no more than 500 words (for holders of the MFA)
– ten to twenty images or other documentation of creative practice (for holders of the MFA)
– three letters of recommendation
– official sealed copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts.

Learn more here.

IDSVA: The Coming Community
General inquiries: T +1 800 807 6314
Admissions: T +1 800 240 7357

 

 

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