From: Tony Conrad (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Sep 02 2007 - 09:24:07 PDT
We're an avant-garde program in a very actively committed art town.
Graduate programs in the University at Buffalo are quite flexibly
overlapped. This is an outgrowth of the Department of Media Study's
35-year commitment to alternative media.
The department's MFA now touches on film, video, documentary, virtual
reality and fiction, digital poetics, networking and social media,
robotics, and installation.
We have excellent interactive relationships with departments in art,
anthropology, American studies, comparative literature, English, the
renowned poetics program, and theater. A number of students have spliced
together MFA and PhD programs in other departments (English, Comp Lit,
American Studies, Anthropology). Collectively, these are departments
with excellent reputations, in a large New York State based university.
Tony Conrad, Professor
Department of Media Study
231 Center for the Arts
University at Buffalo
Buffalo NY 14260-6020
On Sep 1, 2007, at 8:28 PM, ashley swendsen wrote:
> dear frameworkers,
> could anyone direct me to a nice list of good schools for graduate
work in relation to the avant-garde? perhaps some sort of MA/MFA program?
> off the top of my head,
> U of CO @ boulder
> san fran art institute
> art institute of chi-town
> thanks much,
> ashley swendsen
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