[artinfo] MFA in New Media Program with Specialisation in Film & Video

Dr. Klaus Knoll knoll at everythingflows.com
Mon Jan 24 13:20:22 CET 2005


ANNOUNCEMENT:
The Transart Institute will begin it's Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in New Media
Program in July 2005. It is the first international low-residency two-year MFA
graduate art program in Europe and is accredited through Donau University
Krems.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Students are free to pursue work in any media art-related genre and to create
their own course of study, working independently and with the support of self-
chosen faculty and artist mentors.

Three intensive residencies permit students to continue with their 
professional
life while participating in the program. Students work on independent art and
research projects off-site between residencies.

Genres include: Animation, Architecture, Cyber Art, Experimental Art, Film/
Video, Graphic Design, Installation Art, Interactive Art, Interdisciplinary 
Art,
Performance Art, Photography, and Sound/Music.

Detailed information about the program as well as an application and pdf
brochure are available at: www.transartinstitute.org

DATES:
Summer residency 2005: July 25 - August 12
Deadline for early acceptance: March 15, 2005
Deadline for applications: June 15, 2005

LOCATION:
Summer Residency, Donau University Krems, Austria
Krems is approximately one hour from Vienna by train.

Links to further information about Krems and Donau University:
www.donau-uni.ac.at/en/campus/krems/index.php
www.kunstmeile.cc

SUMMER RESIDENCY PROGRAM:
The MFA program Residency consists of three 5 day sessions. Two intensive
five day workshops, critiques and an evening series of lectures and artist 
talks
take place in sessions one and two. In the third session students 
participate in
seminars, project planning meetings, faculty selection as well as the
continuing evening series.

Students are free to travel on the weekends. Krems is at the center of 
Europe -
Prague, Munich, Venice and Budapest are only a couple of hours away.
Arrangements will also be made with local and Viennese arts institutions.

A list and description of this summer's workshops will appear in the February
Transart Instititute January Newsletter, the evening artist talk and lecture
series will appear in the March issue and a detailed program will be available
in April.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
Fresh input and access to new ideas and resources is vital for new media
artists to stay inspired, excited and informed and to see themselves and their
work in a wider context. The Transart Institute offers artists and 
designers an
opportunity to get this kind of creative surge through it's summer workshops
and guest lecture series. A list and description of this summer's workshops
will appear in the February Transart Institute Newsletter. The evening artist
talk and lecture series will appear in the March Transart Institute Newsletter.

FURTHER INFORMATION:

www.transartinstitute.org
info at transartinstitute.org
newslettersubscribe at transart institute.org
newsletterunsubscribe at transartinstitute.org

Directors' Phone: +1 (323) 876 1058 Fax: +1 (323) 874 0206
Directors' Mail: 7336 Santa Monica Boulevard, #632, Los Angeles, California
90046 USA

Transart Institute, Master of Fine Arts in New Media
Donau Universitšt Krems, Dr. Karl-Dorrek-Strasse 30, 3500 Krems, Austria
www.donau-uni.ac.at



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