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Low-Residency MFA summer events
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Above: Susan Krueger-Barber, Big Hearted People Need Sharp Teeth, 2017.
Above: Susan Krueger-Barber, Big Hearted People Need Sharp Teeth, 2017.
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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Chicago, Illinois 60603
United States

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The Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts (Low-Res MFA) program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) is designed for the 21st century artist whose work and life demand both a rigorous engagement with an artistic community as well as flexibility, fluidity, and a self-directed approach. SAIC's Low-Res MFA program is open to artists, writers, educators, curators, and historians.

Supported by faculty based at SAIC and a roster of renowned visiting artists, students spend spring and fall semesters taking classes online and working remotely from a home studio, paired with a local SAIC program mentor. Three consecutive summer residencies at SAIC bring students together to create, construct, and critique work during six-week intensives structured through both studio- and classroom-based courses and symposia. Studio work builds toward a major thesis project with both exhibited and written components.

We invite you to join us for the following events:

Low-Residency MFA thesis show
July 12–29 / Reception: Thursday, July 12, 6–8pm
This exhibition, along with readings, screenings, and performances, will showcase the culminating achievements of our graduating students working in a multitude of mediums and methodologies.

Low-Residency MFA open studio night
Friday, July 27, 5–9pm
Graduate studios across campus
We invite you to join us for open studio night for SAIC’s Low-Residency MFA program. On July 27, studios across campus will be open to engage the community and celebrate another enriching summer.

To let us know you’re interested in attending either event, please visit saic.edu/lowresevents.

Low-Residency MFA online info session
Thursday, August 2, 6:30pm
Join us online to learn more about the program curriculum, pedagogy and admissions requirements.
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For any questions about our Low Residency MFA, please contact Arthur Kolat, Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions, at [email protected] or T 312 629 6672.

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