M.F.A. in Digital Arts

Goucher's low-residency M.F.A. in Digital Arts is designed for visual, performing, and multimedia artists with a desire to develop, expand, and transform their practice through a critical engagement with technology while acquiring practical skills to build a sustainable life in the arts.

We are no longer accepting new applications for digital arts programs.

Faculty Friday: Andrew Bernstein '08, MFA '15

Get to know Andrew Bernstein, director of Goucher's M.A. in Digital Arts and M.F.A. in Digital Arts programs.

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Situated within an institution dedicated to the liberal arts, the M.F.A. in Digital Arts embodies Goucher’s commitment to cross-disciplinary inquiry. You will follow a curriculum that pairs mentored studio work and group critique with coursework in history, theory, design, animation, sound, video, interactive and networked art, and management topics relevant to the professional artist. You will be encouraged to take risks, explore new avenues for creativity, and push your work in new directions.

Alumnae/i are practicing visual, performing, and multimedia artists, educators, academics, designers, developers, producers, and everywhere in between. Beyond learning technical skills, you will work closely with faculty active in the field, develop a network of peers from across the globe, and form the foundation in critical thinking necessary to sustain a creative life.

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    WATCH NOW: "This program really helped me find my voice as an artist." -Robin Smith ’19 | M.F.A. in Digital Arts