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Second year begins

by Jasmine Clark

This week marks the beginning of my second year in the photography program. It will be a busy semester. During the third semester of the three year program, second years …

Second year begins

This week marks the beginning of my second year in the photography program. It will be a busy semester. During the third semester of the three year program, second years …

Photography MFA Jasmine Clark, jasmine.clark@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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In with the New…

by Dustin Seelinger

[flickr id=”9694299903″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] The summer is over, the semester has started, and I have wrapped the first week of classes of my second year in the …

In with the New…

[flickr id=”9694299903″ thumbnail=”medium” overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] The summer is over, the semester has started, and I have wrapped the first week of classes of my second year in the …

Interdisciplinary Book & Paper Arts MFA Dustin Seelinger, dustin.seelinger@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Working At Columbia

by Evan Baden

Here’s a question that I get asked a lot: What do graduate students do for work (or money) while attending the Photography MFA program? Well, here are some answers:

Working At Columbia

Here’s a question that I get asked a lot: What do graduate students do for work (or money) while attending the Photography MFA program? Well, here are some answers:

I earned my B.F.A from the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2007. Since 2006, I have created two bodies of work, The Illuminati and Technically Intimate. They have been exhibited internationally with museums and galleries in London, Paris, Venice, Florence, Finland, The Netherlands, Toronto and throughout the United States. My work is held in the collections of the Walker Art Center, Milwaukee Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the Kinsey Institute. Pieces have also appeared in numerous publications, including TIME, The Guardian, FOAM, New York Magazine, Le Monde, D della Repubblica, DUMMY, Geo, and DIE ZEIT. In 2008, I won the Jerome Fellowship for Emerging Artists. I have also been a finalist for the McKnight Fellowship for Photography and nominated for the Baum Award for Emerging American Photographers. Evan Baden, evan.baden@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
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Graduate Assistantships: A Pretty Sweet Deal

by Stephanie Ewing

[flickr id=”6983945346″ thumbnail=”medium_640″ overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] Most of the journalism grad students I know are pretty obsessed with finding ways to generate two things: relevant work experience and income. …

Graduate Assistantships: A Pretty Sweet Deal

[flickr id=”6983945346″ thumbnail=”medium_640″ overlay=”true” size=”original” group=”” align=”none”] Most of the journalism grad students I know are pretty obsessed with finding ways to generate two things: relevant work experience and income. …

Journalism MA Stephanie Ewing, stephanie.ewing@loop.colum.edu
600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605