The MFA Program
Open Studios, 2014.
The Master of Fine Arts Program is a two-year, full-time, studio-based program located in the center of Los Angeles. With a select cohort enrolled each year, the program provides a unique experience that focuses on interdisciplinary and wide-ranging experimental, creative, and intellectual exploration. Students work closely with USC Roski's internationally acclaimed faculty
, as well as an expanded community of leading professional artists, critics, and curators who participate in the weekly Visiting Artist and Scholar Seminar and the Resident Artists and Scholars Program.
In addition to Roski's distinguished full-time faculty, recent and current visiting faculty in the MFA program have included Tala Madani, Allen Ruppersberg, Ali Subotnick, Sadie Benning, Paul Sietsema, Evan Holloway, Bruce Hainley, Paul Chan, Britt Salvesen, Glenn Phillips, and Stanya Kahn. Recent guest lecturers include John Baldessari, Meg Cranston, Fred Moten, Ian Svenonius, the Yes Men, Tirdad Zolghadr, Silke Otto-Knapp, Franklin Sirmans, Human Bhabha, Nao Bustamante, Benjamin Bratton, Jim Hodges, Zackary Drucker, Dominic Johnson, Chon Noriega, Nance Klehm, Ken Gonzales-Day, Jane Burton, Lorraine O'Grady, Meiling Cheng, Stuart Comer, Sheila de Brettville, Mary Kelly and Lucía Sanromán.
MFA Thesis Presentations
Ken Gonzales-Day, artist
Tuesday Feb 26th @ 7pm
Jane Burton, Creative Director, Tate Media
Tuesday Feb 24th @ 7pm
Lorraine O'Grady, artist
Thursday Feb 24th @ 7pm