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If you’re an undergraduate trying to determine where to study for your MFA in ceramics, this will help you get started in your search. If you’re already in graduate school for ceramics, it will keep you informed of what’s going on in MFA Ceramics programs at other institutions. And if you’re just worried that there is no next generation of studio ceramic artists and potters, never fear! Graduate Programs in Ceramic Art makes it clear that clay is alive and well in post-secondary education.
With works by the ceramics faculty as well as graduate students, and a snapshot of the facilities and MFA program highlights, these profiles of graduate ceramics programs will help you determine which ceramics MFA program fits best with your interests, goals and work. It also serves as a window into what is coming in terms of new work and new inspiration in ceramic art! So have a look and see what graduate schools have ceramics programs that are up your alley!
|Graduate Programs in Ceramic Art: Profiles of Several Top Institutions for Obtaining an MFA in Ceramics includes profiles of the following MFA ceramics programs:
|New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University,
Alfred, New YorkArizona State University,
Bowling Green State University,
California College of the Arts,
Louisiana State University,
The Ohio State University,
Athens, Ohio Penn State University,
State College, Pennsylvania
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Tyler School of Art, Temple University,
|University of California, Davis
University of Colorado, Boulder
Boulder, ColoradoUniversity of Florida,
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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