Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts: Faculty
Directed by internationally renowned artist, Gregg Bordowitz, the Low-Residency MFA program is taught by a core of SAIC faculty along with a rotating roster of visiting artists, writers, critics, curators, and historians. During the summer residency, visiting artists will each spend weekends presenting their work, participating in the Graduate Studio Seminar, and visiting with you and your peers in your studios. These practicing mentors and peers will serve as models for navigating the current art world and engage you in a collective learning experience—exchanging ideas and thinking in an environment committed to mutual support and constructive criticism. Situated within an acclaimed school of fine art and design, the Low-Res MFA provides you the opportunity to work with SAIC's renowned core faculty as they enhance your work through interdisciplinary research and practice. You are encouraged to develop a plan of study and work with faculty, visiting artists, and alumni advisors across disciplines as you continue to expand and deepen your practice.
Confirmed Core Faculty 2016
Core Faculty, Summer 2015
|Graduate Studio Seminar|
|A. Laurie Palmer||Profilefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Art History Faculty Summer 2015|
|Gregg Bordowitz (year 1)||Profileemail@example.com|
|David Getsy (year 2)||Profilefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professional Practices Summer 2015|
|Joseph Carr (year 1)||Profileemail@example.com|
|Molly Zuckerman-Hartung (year 2)||Profilefirstname.lastname@example.org|
Online Faculty Fall 2014/Spring 2015
The following faculty members have been involved in the Low-Residency MFA in an advisory capacity and will become more involved as the program expands.
|Mary Jane Jacob||Profileemail@example.com|