November 29, 2017

Winter 2018 residency faculty & application deadline

Sierra Nevada University (SNU)

Camp Campus exhibition space. Photo: Logan Lape.

SNC MFA-IA winter 2018 residency faculty
Kelly Nipper / Sameer Farooq / Christine Heindl / Ayanah Moor / Scott Oliver / Rob Reynolds

There are a few spots still available to start in Winter 2018! Please get in touch with Julia Schwadron immediately should you have an interest in attending this winter.

Priority deadline for summer 2018 residency is February 5.
Apply here

July 31 to August 9, 2018 will mark the next summer session of the low-residency MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts program at Sierra Nevada College. We are excited to invite prospective students to join our growing community of artists and thinkers. With rolling admissions, students will complete their MFA in five consecutive residencies regardless of the semester in which they enter.

The program consists of two intensive 10-day, on-campus residencies during summer and winter sessions over the course of 2.5 years. During the fall and spring semesters, students will work in their home studios and continue relationships with faculty mentors and fellow colleagues remotely through online seminars and other points of contact.

Our summer 2017 residency was a huge success. With current students participating from a variety of locales, media, and discourses, a vital and compelling cross-disciplinary community is forming and growing. Faculty for the program will continue to include a rotating list of prestigious Visiting Artist Faculty, made up of working artists and teachers from across the country as well as current members of the SNC Fine Arts Faculty.

Previous visiting faculty
Beth Campbell / Roman DeSalvo / Matt Freedman / Mary Donnelly / Gabie Strong / Peter Rostovsky

About Sierra Nevada College’s MFA-IA
Sierra Nevada College is a small, liberal arts college, located three blocks from Lake Tahoe, within a national forest, on an easily accessible campus in Incline Village, NV. The low-residency MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts is a locus for creative problem solving, fostered by creative thinking with an emphasis on community. The experience and exploration of embodied place is a central element of this distinctive program, encouraging students’ multi-dimensional relationship with their environment both in the Tahoe Basin and within their own communities.

Contact: Julia Schwadron, [email protected]

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