SVA MFA Design Criticism (D-Crit)

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SVA MFA Design Criticism (D-Crit)
Established 2008
Location New York, NY

D-Crit is the Design Criticism MFA department at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, chaired by Alice Twemlow and co-founded along with Steven Heller in 2006.[1] In Fall 2008, the department enrolled 15 students, who became the inaugural class to complete the two-year program and graduate, in May 2010, with a Design Criticism Master of Fine Arts degree.[2] In the fall of 2014, the program morphed into a one-year Master of Arts degree in Design Research, Writing, and Criticism.[3]

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