An MFA is a Master of Fine Arts graduate-level degree earned by students who want to extend their knowledge in their chosen craft to become professional artists and creators. MFA programs have a wide range of academic disciplines, such as MFA in Creative Writing, Visual Arts, Design, and Performing Arts.
Are You Interested in Printmedia?
At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, there are various MFA programs, including a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Studio program that involves creative work and inquiry across many different departments.
At SAIC, the MFA in Studio Printmedia program involves utilizing and learning about a variety of printing techniques and developing technologies. Students get to work with a variety of disciplines to create prints, artists’ books, three-dimensional objects, installations, new media, and time arts.
Visit the School of the Art Institute of Chicago online to learn more about their Department of Printmedia and its associated programs.