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June 25, 2013

Call for applications: MFA in Photography Program

Lesley University
Angelina Kidd, MFA ’13, Holding Up Crow, 2013. Inkjet film / paper & light construction.

The Art Institute of Boston (AIB) MFA in Photography program seeks dynamic and talented artists to join our Fall 2014 class. The program, led by photographer, author and artist Christopher James, features a strong and committed core faculty, and a collaborative Visiting Artist component.

The AIB MFA in Photography program emphasizes craft and concept-driven photography. Our program is built upon photographic history, and the fluid integration of contemporary media with traditional and alternative photographic practice.

Faculty
Christopher James, Director
Christine Collins
Dan Estabrook
Ziad Hamzeh
Matthew Nash
Bonnell Robinson
Ben Sloat
Jane Tuckerman

Visiting Artists/Scholars(current and upcoming)
Susan Bright
Keith Carter
Roy Flukinger
Vicki Goldberg
Luis González Palma
David Hilliard
Lyle Rexer
Holly Roberts
Sebastião Salgado
Matt Saunders
John Stilgoe

Alumni testimonials

“I was given the freedom to experiment and try techniques that are considered untraditional to the medium. I was given the space to sew, make books, destroy photographs, integrate writing, and more. Teachers and peers supported me and provided feedback. Grad school was the right idea.”—Aris Slater Sandoval, MFA ’13

“The program has a unique mix of intensive group seminars and individualized meetings, as well as a variety of choice in electives. The visiting artist program is particularly valuable, providing informed outside perspectives and important connections within the greater artistic community.”—Lindsay Rogers, MFA ’13

“Words cannot express how grateful I am to have been part of this MFA program. I would never have imagined being where I am now. My eyes have been opened to so many new things.”—Nikki Segarra, MFA ’13

The Art Institute of Boston’s MFA in photography program creates a community where one can cultivate one’s identity as an artist. I have formed valuable relationships with many wonderful people who I now consider my ‘photo family.'”—Jess Somers, MFA ’13

The application deadline for Fall 2014 is March 1, 2014. The MFA in Photography program is fully accredited by both the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

For more information, including application information and to request an MFA in Photography Viewbook today, please contact Liana Caffrey at [email protected] or T 617 349 8201 or visit www.aiboston.edu.

 

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