Master of Fine Arts in Studio Arts

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  • Objectives
    The Faculty of Fine Arts offers a 60-credit programme leading to the degree of Master of Fine Arts (Studio Arts) with concentration in one of the following: Ceramics, Fibres, Film Production, Open Media, Painting, Photography, Print Media and Sculpture. These areas of concentration are offered by specific programmes within the Faculty of Fine Arts. Students are accepted into the M.F.A. Programme with the approval of the appropriate area of concentration.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Fine Arts in Studio Arts
  • Course description
    Studio Courses:
    Candidates take the following studio courses according to the discipline into which they have been accepted:
    CERA (Ceramics) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits
    FBRS (Fibres) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits
    FMPR (Film Production) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits
    OPME (Open Media) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits
    PHOT (Photography) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits
    PRIN (Print Media) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits
    PNTG (Painting) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits
    SCUL (Sculpture) 610, 611, 612, 613 (6 cr. each)     24 credits


    All students are also required to enroll in the following interdisciplinary studio course, which is to be taken in the summer following the first academic year.
            DISP 615 Directed Studio Practice     3 credits
          
    Seminars:
    The seminars are a core component of the MFA Studio Arts Programme. They provide a rigourous and conceptual framework for the development of ideas in relation to creative practice. The seminars are interdiscipinary and taught by a dynamic and changing faculty. Seminar topics vary regularly to reflect the shifting nature of contemporary art and culture.

    Seminar topics have included, "Living Art: Actions, Interventions, Performance", "The Home Movie/Video in Art, Film and Everyday Life", "Performing Failure: Techniques of Mutism", "Quebec Independent Cinema", and "The Roots of Contemporary Art".

    Seminar faculty have included Stéphane Aquin, Renée Baert, George Bogardi, Jennifer Fisher, Lon Dubinsky, Jim Drobnick, Marcus Miller, Laurie Milner, Nancy Ring, Stephan Kurr, Cheryl Simon and Christof Migone.

    Internship and Independent Study:

    Candidates in their second year of residency may substitute up to 6 credits of seminar courses from the following: (See the Graduate Programme Director for prerequisites)
    INTP 660 Professional Internship     6 credits
    INTP 661 Professional Internship I     3 credits
    INTP 662 Professional Internship II (Prerequisite: INTP 661)     3 credits
    INDS 670 Independent Study     6 credits
    INDS 671 Independent Study I     3 credits
    INDS 672 Independent Study II     3 credits

    Studio Project and Exhibition or Film Project:
    Following the second year of residency, students will enroll in the Studio Project and Exhibition/Film Project. Candidates must wait 6 months from the completion of studio and seminar course work before making a presentation to the jury.
    PROJ 691 Studio Project     9 credits
    PROJ 692 Exhibition or Film Project     3 credits

    Courses Outside MFA Studio Arts Offerings:
    Students may substitute six seminar credits from outside of the graduate seminar offerings with approval by the Graduate Programme Director.

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