Photos of our students during the recent two week intensive contact period in Hartford, CT have been posted under the 'PROJECTS + PICTURES' tab. There are so many photos of our students' learning experience that the gallery takes up a full two pages.
To view the photos, which include depictions of student lectures, classroom demonstrations, and hanging of the senior thesis exhibition, you can go to the 'PROJECTS + PICTURES' tab at the top of your page, or follow this link.
Photos taken by Ronni Mitten.
Here at the Low Residency MFA in Illustration program, we are working hard to make our blog 'Squint' more useful to our students and general audience with more frequent updates, and information that is easy to navigate. The latest improvement to the site is the new Testimonials page where you can find all of our (very successful) alumni's experiences and praise collected in one easy-to-read place. Browse our alumni and ascociates' testimonials here, now!
Hartford MFA alumni Lori Ann Levy-Holm (class of 2009) has recently signed with literary agent, Jodell Sadler, of Sadler Children's Literary!
In this blog post, Sadler interviews Lori about her work and career:
You can see more of Lori's work on her website:
Costa Rica International Film Festival
July 23 - July 27 2014
El Sano Banano Village Hotel & Amor De Mar Hotel
Montezuma, Costa Rica
San Francisco Frozen Film Festival
Best of Animation: Friday, July 18th 10:55pm
The Roxie Theatre
3117 16th Street, San Francisco, CA, 94103
13th Annual Asian Film Festival of Dallas
July 10 - July 17 2014
Angelika Film Center of Dallas
5321 East Mockingbird Lane, Suite 230
Dallas, TX 75206
Alumni Greg Newbold (class of 2009) has had a series of illustrations created during his time with the Hartford MFA program accepted into this year's 3x3 Illustration Picture Book Annual. Though the personal project does not yet have a publisher, this admission is some well-deserved and prestigeous recognition for the work. The graphic design for this picture book was done by fellow Hartford MFA graduate Val Paul Taylor (class of 2010).
Find out more about "Scuffy- A Scarecrow's Tale" on Greg's blog.