Thesis and Dissertation Archive
In partial fulfillment of the MFA degree, the School of Art requires that documentation of each candidate’s MFA Thesis Exhibition be deposited in the Visual Resources Collection. Candidates should submit ten digital images, via the department dropbox, which documents your work and its installation.
The images should be accompanied by an itemized list providing the following information for each image:
- Title (or Untitled)
- Medium (or Media)
This list, along with your exhibition statement and CV should be submitted as an electronic file.
Time-based work may be documented (in video format), along with corresponding written documentation. Written authorization by your Committee Chair is required for the submission of time-based work.
Image files should be saved as tiff files, preferably between 18 and 20 MB, absolutely no less than 12 MB. The filename should be your First Name_LastName_Sequential # of image. The sequential number should match a corresponding number on your image list.
There is also a rights agreement, authorizing the school to use the images received for non-commercial educational and promotional uses (e.g. on the school web page, for classroom use, on promotional brochures), that you will be asked to sign at this time. Please turn in all material to the Graduate Program Coordinator.
MFA IMAGE ARCHIVE LINK
Masters and PhD Students in Art History and Art and Visual Culture Education are required to submit a digital copy of their Thesis or Dissertation to the VRC in pdf format