There’s been a lot of discussion around this in the past couple of days, of course, but to get a better idea of the big picture, please read Carolina A Miranda’s piece in the LA Times.
It’s impossible to grasp a story like this and not consider the implications for MFA programs here and across the country, and the state of and expectations for advanced art degrees today. This particular story is new, but then not really new to those of us who’ve had intimate knowledge of the academic wranglings, funding decisions, faculty shake-ups and insider politics at universities with art programs.
also by Christina Rees
- Bruno's Steel House - July 18th, 2017
- The Polaroid Project at the Amon Carter - July 11th, 2017
- Epilogue - June 27th, 2017
- Christina and Angela's Epic Road Trip: Some Highlights - June 20th, 2017
- Doug Aitken at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth - June 13th, 2017