Re: [Frameworks] MFA experimental/alternative programs

From: Marcy Saude <>
Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2011 17:23:03 -0700 (PDT)

I just completed the (relatively new) Film Studies MFA program at the University of Colorado at Boulder (aka "where Stan Brakhage taught"), which is a joint program with the Department of Art and Art History.Jeanne Liotta, Phil Solomon, Christina Battle, and Dan Boord teach in the film department; I also worked with faculty in the sculpture, integrated media arts, painting and ceramics departments, and got a lot out of interdisciplinary graduate critique classes with MFA students from across studio art disciplines. -Marcy ________________________________ From: matt's frameworks address <> To: Experimental Film Discussion List <> Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:06 PM Subject: [Frameworks] MFA experimental/alternative programs hello Frameworkers- I am researching MFA and post-graduate programs focused on experimental (or non-traditional) cinema.   I am aware of the perennial programs at places such as Chicago Art Inst, Cal-Arts and such, but I am particularly interested in newer and/or 'under the radar' programs focusing on cinema studies outside the Hollywood tradition.  The experimental documentary program at Duke is a perfect example. Thanks! Matt M _______________________________________________ FrameWorks mailing list

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