University of Washington


Photomedia MFA


The MFA program in Photomedia invites exploration in any form or format including analog photography, digital imaging, video and installation. It is an intensive, two-year experience of classes, seminars, individual consultations with faculty and independent research that culminates in the Master of Art Thesis exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery. The number of graduate students is held to a maximum of six to insure both a lively group dynamic as well as allow closer individual interaction with the three photography faculty. Six to eight teaching assistantships are available each year and offer exceptional experience for those interested in pursuing a teaching career. Graduate students are provided with studio space and 24 hour access to the photographic facilities. The School of Art Interdisciplinary Graduate Seminar (ART 590), taken by a wide range of graduate students throughout the Art Division, creates a community with other graduate students and faculty in the School of Art.