The Master of Fine Arts in Fine Arts with a concentration in glassworking program demands a minimum of two years of intensive studio work. You are expected to demonstrate a serious dedication to your studio practice through steadfast perseverance, and a constant maintenance of your individual focus. Students are expected to identify aspects of the material that led them to intellectually and emotionally fearless art making. The visual vocabularies of all members of the graduate studies program in glass will be extensively supplemented through personally directed, in-depth research across a wide swath of disciplines. In the end each graduate course of concentrated study is individually developed, individually tailored, and self-driven, and each student will work closely with a committee of professional faculty members, all of your choosing. The end point of study will be the presentation of a culminating solo master’s exhibition that showcases your original research undertaken and completed over the two-year period.