WEST HARTFORD, Conn.― The Interdisciplinary Master of Fine Arts program at the University of Hartford’s Hartford Art School, commonly known as the Nomad/9 MFA, graduates its first cohort with two exhibitions and a family-friendly celebration this June. All events are free and open to the public.
The University of Hartford (UHart), centrally located in Connecticut, provides a distinctive educational experience across seven schools and colleges for one of the most diverse student bodies in New England. UHart’s faculty are attracted by the opportunity to mentor, challenge, and support students as they pursue degrees in more than 100 programs in the arts, humanities, science, business, engineering and technology, education, and health professions. Chartered in 1957, today’s UHart has approximately 5,000 undergraduate and nearly 1,500 graduate students from 48 states and 48 countries, as well as 85,000 alumni living worldwide. Visit www.hartford.edu for more information.
The University of Hartford’s Hartford Art School offers a rigorous studio-based education that is an integral part of a thriving university environment. Faculty includes professional artists, designers, and historians who teach classes in ceramics, illustration, media arts, painting and drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, visual communication design, and art history. Hartford Art School’s 310 undergraduate and 90 graduate students have access to a large University library, University-wide lectures, and expertise in other colleges. For more information about Hartford Art School, visit hartford.edu/art.