Art Building, Room 316
1155 Union Circle #305100
Denton, TX 76203-5017
Web site: art.unt.edu
Lauren Lake, Chair
The department offers a Master of Fine Arts with a major in studio art.
Concentrations are available in ceramics, drawing and painting, fibers, metalsmithing and jewelry, new media art, photography, printmaking or sculpture.
We serve our students by focusing on their intellectual and creative growth, fostering student’s practice, and preparing them for lifetimes of accomplishment and meaningful contribution as culture creators. The program frames the individual needs of each student through the development of conceptual, aesthetic and technical skills along with a strong community of active students who are leading purposeful investigations in order to discover, create or learn something new with or about the arts. While in the College of Visual Arts and Design, graduate students participate in arts research across disciplines and engage in the critical practice of the fine artist. Housed in a world-class Tier 1 research institute, CVAD is next door to the rich cultural and arts capitals of Dallas and Fort Worth.
Our graduate programs are led by engaged artists and educators who are recognized nationally and internationally for their intellectual and creative research and work to ensure that students realize their potential while pursuing their passion.
Application Deadline: January 5
- Apply to the Toulouse Graduate School via the ApplyTexas portal.
- Submit materials to the department using our SlideRoom portal.
New graduate students have the opportunity to apply for a limited number of scholarships when they apply to their program. See the college web site for additional information about these opportunities (art.unt.edu/fellowships-assistantships).
The department is able to provide a limited number of teaching assistant/teaching fellow positions for graduate students each semester. Interested students should complete an application and submit it to the department by the deadline for each term/semester (art.unt.edu/fellowships-assistantships).
Additional funding opportunities may be available through the Toulouse Graduate School.