> I've been encouraged by our administration to consider working towards a
> masters degree.
> I live in a far northern Wisconsin logging community, 4-1/2 and 5 hours
> from the nearest university that has any type of an arts master's degree.
> At my age...teaching k12 art, I can't imagine what a difficult undertaking
> this path would be.
> I was wondering if in this day and age where the internet has made the
> world a bit smaller, and scanners can put a work's immediate progress out
> there for critique...if any universities are experimenting with distance
> learning to accomodate the teacher? Or...other arrangements. Interested
> in your thoughts.
One of the U's of Vermont has an online MFA program. You have to spend 9 days
in residence in fall and 9 days IR in the spring, otherwise, you work at
home. They do have a website, but I lost all my bookmarks when I changed
email programs. Good luck!
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