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MFA in Applied Craft and Design Blog


Jacob Tietze '12 and Killeen Hanson '12 blog about their educational experience in the MFA in Applied Craft and Design program, student projects and adventures beyond the studios.

Through the MFA in Applied Craft and Design blog you can travel to the Starn’s brothers “Big Bambu” on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art as a student spends an internship helping to craft the floating bamboo palace; take a trip to Alabama to Butch Anthony’s 80 acre folk art compound and his own Museum of Wonder or peek ino the MFA studios where students harness hybrid strategies in creating work that addresses social, economic and environmental issues.

Read the Applied Craft and Design blog.

The MFA in Applied Craft and Design is offered jointly by PNCA and Oregon College of Art and Craft.


2010 Design Build project at Ecoflats. Photo: Matthew Miller ’11

— Posted on 08/25 at 02:39 PM

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