The Producing MFA curriculum exposes students to a variety of aesthetic and practical approaches that challenge and expand their awareness of the infinite possibilities of art-making and creative process. It provides rigorous training in the necessary practical skills, such as budgeting, marketing, and grant writing.
A graduating producer will demonstrate an evolved aesthetic and curiosity in new artists, audiences, and methodologies; exhibit creative and independent thinking, problem-solving, and use of resources; demonstrate mature and increasingly sophisticated leadership skills with growing self-awareness; and possess the necessary practical skills to be a professional creative producer.
All MFA Producing students are required to pass a Mid-Residence and Graduation Review in order to complete the Program and obtain their degree.
Detailed curriculum and academic requirements can be found in the online course catalog.
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