Information Session: Social Practice (MFA)

A muraled wall lit up at night, part of the Mi Casa Es Tu Casa installation

Maria del Carmen Montoya, assistant professor of sculpture and spatial practices and director of graduate studies for social practice, will speak about this unique MFA program and how to apply to the GW Corcoran School of Arts and Design. Our program has an emphasis on public policy with the goal of empowering the next generation of artists to bring their studio practice to bear on questions of social justice.

You’ll learn about our curriculum, which is fundamentally interdisciplinary, how our program allows you the freedom to hybridize the fields in which you are active and how we prepare you to think critically, evaluate compassionately and create inventively in order to bring about ethical social change. As part of this session, you’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions you have about our program and the application process.


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