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  • Film & Media Major/Minor | Department of Art & Art History
    Media Studies Major Suggested Preparation For The Major It is recommended that students considering a major in film and media studies take FILMSTUD 4 Introduction to Film Study and are encouraged to take either ARTHIST 1 A Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present or ARTHIST 1B Introduction to the Visual Arts Pre historic through Medieval during their freshman or sophomore year These courses anchor the major through exposure to film language genre and visual and narrative structures Majors are required to take one course in the fundamentals of film and video production Degree Requirements For the most up to date information about requirements for the Film Media Studies major please click the link below to the Stanford Bulletin BA Film Media Studies Degree Requirements Film Media Studies Minor A minor in Film Studies requires four core courses and three elective courses for a total of seven courses Courses must focus on film and use the method of film study towards completion of the minor courses that use film to illustrate a cultural topic are not eligible Film Production and Studio Art courses may not be counted as fulfilling the requirements Degree

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/academics/film-media-majorminor (2015-06-02)
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  • MFA Art Practice | Department of Art & Art History
    strongly motivated students Participants are chosen for the program on the basis of work that indicates high artistic individuality achievement and promise Candidates should embody the intellectual curiosity and broad interests appropriate to and best served by work and study within the University context Program Overview The non medium specific program provides a demanding curriculum and encourages experimental and innovative integration of media and interdisciplinary approach to art making informed by contemporary theory criticism and broader culture The small program facilitates intimate interaction between peers and with the faculty in an intellectual community and affords a wealth of professional experience in teaching art at the highest academic level via teaching assistantships and solo teaching of undergraduate courses Size of the Program The Department admits 5 students each year to this program Time to Completion Two years students are required to be in residence at Stanford for the full two years of the program Financial Aid Through a combination of fellowship funds and teaching assistantships each Art Practice graduate student normally receives an aid package that includes tuition and stipend as well as small materials grants Additional information about graduate financial aid including a student budget and tuition calculator are available at http financialaid stanford edu grad Stanford Studios Graduate students in the MFA Art Practice program have individual studio space provided at the Bleeker site three buildings located in a remote and quiet section of the campus The studios vary in size from 300 to 800 square feet Students also have access to woodworking and machine shops and the photo and digital labs Many of our students also utilize the Product Realization Lab in the School of Mechanical Engineering Paris Studio Stanford University maintains a Paris studio apartment The Departments of Art Art History Music Drama Film Dance and Creative

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/academics/graduate-programs/mfa-art-practice (2015-06-02)
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  • MFA Design | Department of Art & Art History
    run by the Department of Art Art History and Mechanical Engineering is a degree granting program If you want to earn a graduate design degree through Stanford the Graduate Design Program is the program you are looking for not the d school Students in the Graduate Design Program often take and often TA d school courses as part of their curriculum but the Graduate Design Program is not the d school The Stanford d school more formally known as the Hasso Platner Institute for Design is a non degree granting center open to Stanford students in all disciplines To take courses at the d school you must be enrolled in another degree granting program at Stanford To learn more about the d school please visit the d school website Students The students in the Graduate Design Program come from diverse careers in art design engineering science philosophy and social science yet all share a commitment to making the world a better place through their actions as designers Students accepted to the Graduate Design Program have already made accomplishments in the fields that they represent but come back to school to learn to make an even bigger impact through their work At the Graduate Design Program students hone their creativity enhance their design methodology add a strategic layer to their thinking and learn to lead change Students in the Graduate Design Program earning an MFA in Design can be found via the Art Department s MFA Design student people page Students in the Graduate Design Program also maintain their own website which includes brief bios of all current students both MFA and MS candidates along with an excellent history of the program Facilities Students in the Graduate Design Program work together in the Design Loft a large and well equipped area that provides each student with individual studio space shared project space and vital peer interaction Stanford s state of the art Product Realization Lab is the major production facility for most students MFA Design students also have ongoing access to all the Art Department studio facilities and equipment and Art Architecture Library resources to realize their work Coursework Core Classes Graduate Design Students take a core set of classes in both the Department of Art Art History and the Department of Mechanical Engineering A series of electives from across the University are also selected in consultation with a graduate advisor to support each student s particular design interests The core curriculum provides students with a graduate design experience that synthesizes art technology business and cognitive science in the service of human need Students are taught to use design processes such as need finding ethnographic fieldwork rapid prototyping and iterative user testing to approach design problems Classes use a problem based learning methodology where the students learn by doing Student projects encompass a large range of subjects from foundational art and design exercises to large scale issues like energy sustainability education and more Students often work on real world projects through

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  • MFA Documentary Film and Video | Department of Art & Art History
    Our Graduate Students Resources for graduate students currently enrolled in our programs Graduate Student Resources MFA Documentary Film and Video Situated in the Department of Art Art History as part of Stanford s program in Film and Media Studies the Master of Fine Arts program in documentary production provides a historical theoretical and critical framework within which students master the conceptual and practical skills for producing nonfiction film and video Program Overview The MFA degree is designed to prepare students for professional careers in film video and digital media Graduates are qualified to teach at the university level The philosophy of the program is predicated on a paradigm of independent media that values artistic expression aesthetics social awareness and an articulated perspective Students become conversant with the documentary tradition as well as with alternative media and new directions in documentary In addition to the training in documentary production students graduate from the program with substantive research skills in film criticism and film analysis The non production courses provide an intellectual and theoretical framework within which creative work is realized The dual emphasis on production and theory classes fully prepares the student to undertake an academic position that typically requires the teaching of both film studies and media production Size of the Program The Department admits 8 students each year to this program Time to Completion Two years students are required to be in residence at Stanford for the full two years of the program Financial Aid Documentary Film graduate students normally receive some amount of fellowship support Work study funding is also sometimes available for qualified students If admitted you will be notified of any tuition fellowship we are able to offer for your first year of study Additional information about graduate financial aid including a student budget and tuition

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/academics/graduate-programs/mfa-documentary-film-and-video (2015-06-02)
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  • PhD Art History | Department of Art & Art History
    small affording graduate students the opportunity to work intensively with individual members of the faculty Program Overview The Doctor of Philosophy degree is taken in a particular field including Film Media Studies supported by a strong background in the general history of art Doctoral candidates also undertake collateral studies in other graduate departments or in one of the University s interdisciplinary programs The Department of Art Art History offers MA and PhD degrees although the MA is only granted as a step toward fulfilling requirements for the PhD The Department does not admit students who wish to work only toward the MA degree Size of the Program The Department admits approximately 4 to 7 students each year to the PhD program Time to Completion The PhD student s formal progress to degree is reviewed at the end of the second year first year for those entering with an MA By the end of the third year a dissertation topic should be selected and a proposal written After all course requirements are met and the proposal is approved the student begins research and writing of the dissertation The dissertation must be completed within five years from the date of the student s admission to candidacy for the PhD degree Financial Aid Art History PhD students normally receive a financial support package covering five years of graduate study Funding sources include departmental fellowships teaching assistantships and research assistantships Additional funding covers summer language study as well as summer research Students manage an individual research and travel fund provided by the department Advanced students are encouraged to apply for outside grants and fellowships as well as for assistantships and other professionally valuable opportunities at Stanford s Cantor Arts Center Anderson Collection and elsewhere on campus Information on language study grants pre doctoral grants

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  • Lecture Classrooms | Department of Art & Art History
    Venues in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Facilities Lecture Classrooms Studio Labs Exhibition Spaces McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners Lecture Classrooms Please note This information is for Cummings Art Building In Summer 2015 we move into our new home The McMurtry Building Our spaces accommodate a variety of events including courses lectures symposia film screenings performances and presentations About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs

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  • Studio Labs | Department of Art & Art History
    Classes offered in Experimental Media Arts include audio video digital electronic and web art media archaeologies and sound art animation and art and biology among others The EMA facilities include large format printers 3 d printers video and audio hardware and software an analog electronics work station video microscopes and a wet work area The studio is complemented by a large selection of equipment that can be checked out by students enrolled in EMA classes and graduate students in Art Practice We are excited to help facilitate students in their exploration of new ways of making art Please bring us your ideas and we ll do whatever we can to help you bring them to fruition Painting Studios Our painting courses take place in two large studios adjacent to the main courtyard of the Cummings Art Building Introductory courses address traditional techniques materials and vocabulary of painting in oils Subject matter may include still life landscape and the figure with an emphasis on painting from life Advanced courses introduce a broader range of pictorial strategies narratives cultural and personal implications The studios are well equiped with large easels tabourets storage and good natural lighting There are portable easels for painting outdoors Photography Lab The Photography Program at Stanford offers a sequence of classes for those undergrads who wish to become seriously involved with the art and practice of photography Beginning with a strong foundation in the history of the medium our basic classes are centered around the traditional black and white darkroom Students have the opportunity to explore in depth large format photography alternative and non silver processes the art of the photographic book and digital photography Printmaking Lab A spacious well lit studio supports a full range of activity in lithography intaglio monotype and woodcut Classes each quarter typically

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  • Fabio Barry | Department of Art & Art History
    Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Fabio Barry Fabio Barry Faculty Assistant Professor Art History Contact Email fmb1 stanford edu Office Hours By appt Office Cummings 109 Research Interests Architecture Art Science Baroque Art Byzantine Art Design History European Art Medieval Art Renaissance Art Current Courses Spring 2014 2015 ARTHIST 3 Introduction to World Architecture CLASSICS 54 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art

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