The program is intended to lift the boundaries between applied and fine arts, traditional and new media, artists and scholars.
Areas covered include Animation, Architecture, Curatorial Work, Cyber Art, Film/Video, Game Design, Graphic Design, Installation Art, Interactive Art, Interdisciplinary Art, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, and Sound/Music Scholarships available.
Students create their own course of study and work independently on art and research projects off-site with the support of faculty and self-chosen artist mentors.
Lectures, critiques, performances, exhibitions, seminars and workshops take place in three intensive summer residencies on-site in Europe.
The low-residency format permits students to continue with their professional life while participating in the program.
Up to one year's credits accepted from other postgraduate schools, first degree waiver possible with equivalent experience and portfolio.
For more information and application form, contact: Master of Fine Arts in New Media Scholarships Website