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Re: [teacherartexchange] [teacherartexchange]MFA information


From: chris massingill (chris_massingill_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Feb 26 2007 - 16:02:22 PST


There is a summer MFA program for ceramics at the
University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. The way
it works is that you work with a mentor locally during
the year - make work, have critiques, etc. then in the
summer you go to the University of the Arts for a more
intensive 8 week summer residency - I don't know where
you are or if you would be interested or not but here
is a link if you are interested:

Also, there used to be a masters in the History of
Ceramics that was offered online from Staffordshire
University but I just went to their website to give
you a link and I didn't find it right away, so I'm not
entirely sure that they still offer it, but it might
just be that I wasn't patient enough with their
website :)

Good Luck!

Chris in Central Arkansas

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> I am posting this for a friend of mine that has
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> Where can I get an online degree MFA in Art History?
> Or better
> yet..where
> can I get my MFA in Ceramics. I would like to
> transfer in existing
> credits.
> I realize my demands are high and the needs are from
> a non-traditional
> student. Let me explain. I have two very active
> children ages 10 and
> 8. I teach full time at the local Methodist
> University, and am the sole
> person in the art department. I am a self taught
> potter. Pottery and
> pastels are where my passion lies. I am on tenure
> track at the
> University and am required to receive my terminal
> degree. They are not
> in a hurry, but I need to keep plugging away at it.
> I would like to
> find a University who is flexible, and willing to
> teach me. I have gone
> through enough classes where I pay my tuition, and
> wind up teaching
> myself. I can not live on campus so I would have to
> commute on a very
> limited basis and do much of my work online. Does
> anyone have any
> ideas?
> Cherie Ramsdell
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