An accredited MA Studio Art degree that teaches realistic drawing and painting skills.
• 100% studio-based MA Studio Art degree
• Summers only with no year-round obligations
• Remote & in-person options
• Earn your MA Studio Art degree in under 18 weeks
Do you want to improve your realistic drawing & painting skills while earning your MA in Studio Art?
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MA in Studio Art in partnership with Florence Academy of Art
The Master of Arts in Studio Art is a reduced-residency MA accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The MA program consists of 30 credits of full-time study, is entirely studio-based and is completed over 3 summer sessions.
Students may choose to complete all 3 summer sessions in person, or attend up to 2 out of the 3 summer sessions remotely. For those who study remotely, the required in-person session during the third summer takes place at the academy’s campus in Florence, Italy.
The MA program, with an emphasis on classical methods, provides training in drawing and painting to those seeking how to make realistic artwork. MA candidates are not expected to come into the program with high levels of technical skill. Instead, the program is designed to provide the knowledge and develop the skill set of candidates from a variety of backgrounds and levels of experience
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