Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts
Founded in 1981, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts (otherwise known as the Bard MFA program) is a nontraditional school for interdisciplinary study in the visual and creative arts. The program takes place over two years and two months, with students residing on campus during three consecutive summers, and two winter sessions of independent study completed off campus. Each summer session runs for eight intensive weeks. Currently ranked as one of ten most influential Master of Fine Arts programs in the world by Artspace Magazine.
The Bard MFA program is one of eight graduate programs at Bard College.
- Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts
- Photographs from Bard's MFA program
- PDF download of Bard's 2010 MFA thesis exhibition catalogue