drawing + intermedia + painting + printmaking + sculpture
Lindsay Knox, The Inside World of the Outside World of the Inside World, intermedia installation deal
The MFA is a flexible, practice-based program, offering students opportunities to develop a studio practice in one medium as well as to work across multiple mediums. Support is given to students working in practice-based methodologies and working across theory and practice.
Past research topics include:
- Reconstructing Landscape
- Guardians: Urban Totems
- Cafe Mnemosyne
- Hidden Crimes
- Mixed Blessings
- Punctured Romance
- This Modern Love
- Fluid Bodies
- Click Here To Meet Me
- Mind Body Phone
- The Seven Deadly Sins and a Murder of Crows
- Our Anaerobic Future
- Science = Magik
- The Falling Doll
Successful applicants to the MFA program typically have a BFA degree with advanced courses in the studio area to which they are applying, a demonstrated interest in continuing their studies at the graduate level and in professional art practice, a well-developed idea of a direction for their thesis exhibition, and an exceptional portfolio that demonstrates an advanced level of work in their area of interest.
The minimum period of residence is two years of full-time attendance at the University of Alberta.
TJ Mclachlan, Pinned Down, Intermedia; 78 x 72 x 48 in.
Justin Ogilvie, Shared Flats in Vermillion, Oil and mixed media on canvas; 60 x 84 in.
Grace Sippy, Schism, digital inkjet, silkscreen, and chine-collé; 41 x 31 in.