How to Apply

BFA Degree and Studio Diploma Program

Spring 2015
Admissions Deadline: November 1, 2014
Rolling admission, space available basis after November 1, 2014

Fall 2015
Admissions Deadline: February 15, 2015
Rolling admission, space available basis, after February 15, 2015

Scholarship Competition Deadline: February 15, 2015

Application Requirements:

  • Application
  • $65 Non-Refundable Application Fee
  • e-Portfolio
  • Personal Essay
  • High School Transcripts
  • College Transcripts (Transfer Applicants)
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • TOEFL/IELTS (non-native English speakers)
  • Verification of Finance Letter (VOF) (International Students)
  • Declaration of Finance Form (DOF) (International Students)

For detailed information click here

 

SMFA/Tufts Combined Degree (BFA + BA/BS)

*This is a SMFA and Tufts University, combined, 5-year program. Please note that you must apply and be admitted to both institutions.

Admissions Deadline SMFA and Tufts: January 1, 2015

SMFA Application Requirements:

  • Application
  • $65 Non-Refundable Application Fee
  • e-Portfolio
  • Personal Essay
  • High School Transcripts
  • College Transcripts (Transfer Applicants)
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • TOEFL/IELTS (non-native English speakers)
  • Verification of Finance Letter (VOF) (International Students)
  • Declaration of Finance Form (DOF) (International Students)

For detailed information click here »

Tufts Application Requirements:
Please refer to Tufts University website »

 

MFA Degree and Post-baccalaureate Certificate Program

Fall 2015
MFA Deadline: February 1, 2015
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Deadline: March 15, 2015
Rolling admission, space available basis, after both deadlines

Application Requirements:

  • Application
  • $75 Non-Refundable Application Fee
  • e-Portfolio
  • Personal Essay
  • Resume
  • College Transcripts
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • TOEFL/IELTS (non-native English speakers)
  • Verification of Finance Letter (VOF) (International Students)
  • Declaration of Finance Form (DOF) (International Students)

For detailed information click here »

 

Masters of Arts in Teaching, Art Education (MAT) Fall 2015

MAT Deadline (International Applicants): December 15, 2014
MAT Deadline (Domestic Applicants): January 15, 2014
* Tufts University requires that you interview with the Director of the program prior to submitting your application, please check the Tufts website for details.

Application Requirements:
The application process is run through Tufts University. Please check their website for detailed application information »

At SMFA, you'll shape your own artistic process. With the support of advisors and mentors, you create your own individual course of study. It's a unique and rewarding process that enables you to experiment across media and evolve your art practice as you advance. Not sure which program is best for you? Read more about SMFA Degrees and Studio Programs »

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Undergraduate + Diploma Application Instructions + Information

Thank you for your interest in SMFA! The Admissions Committee views everyone as an individual and we look forward to getting to know you through your application. Applications will only be reviewed once they have been submitted and all of the application requirements have been received. Let's get started.

Application

All prospective students must apply online. The online application puts you in the driver's seat, you can upload documents, submit your application, track the receipt of your materials, and more. Here's what you need to know to get started:

  • Create an application account
  • Complete the online application and upload the required materials. Make sure that your uploaded documents are titled with your first and last name.
  • Letters of recommendation can be requested directly through the system, all you need is the name of your recommender and their email address. The system will automatically request a letter of recommendation on your behalf and recommenders can upload this information from the comfort of their own home, and submit it directly to us.
  • Complete the application process by paying the $65 applications fee, electronically signing, and clicking submit.


Application Fee

* The non-refundable application fee for all students is $65.
* Please note that this fee includes the fee for your online portfolio submission.

Application fee waiver: An application fee waiver request will be considered in cases of extreme financial hardship substantiated by a College Board (National School Lunch Program) fee waiver form issued from your guidance counselor. This waiver should be submitted by mail and your application will be considered complete when the Admissions Office receives this request.

Portfolio

Students must submit 15-20, pieces of their recent work and/or up to 10 minutes of time-based work. It's important to make sure that the work represents your strengths and interests, and represent your current skills and experiences.

Portfolios must be submitted online through Slideroom. Like the online application, you will need to create a user account. Once this is created, you will be able to view all of your portfolio submissions in one location.

This is a quick drag and drop process, which allows you to submit images, video, audio, models, and more. It will also allow you to embed media from other sites, like Vimeo, YouTube, Soundcloud, and Dropbox.

Submit Your Portfolio Now »

Personal Essay

The personal essay should be seen as a written extension of your portfolio. In approximately 500 words describe who you are as an artist. This is a platform for you to discuss your interests, influences, goals, and/or answer questions like why art school? Or why SMFA?

Official Transcripts

All applicants must provide an official high school transcript. In order to be considered official transcripts must be sealed and stamped by a guidance department and/or registrar and sent directly to

School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Office of Admissions
230 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115

We will also accept secure electronic transcripts from Parchment Exchange. Parchment Exchange allows you to securely submit electronic transcripts. Please note, if your school is a Parchment member, your transcript will be sent to us digitally. If your school is not a member, Parchment will request that a hard copy be mailed.

High School Applicants
Your transcript should reflect your current classes and a minimum of one-semester or quarter of grades. If you have attended multiple high schools, you may submit only the graduating school's transcript if your grades and previous coursework appear on your current transcript.

GED Applicants
Applicants who have completed the GED must submit an official GED score report, in addition to their high school transcript, if they’ve attended high school.

Home-schooled Applicants
Home-schooled students must submit both an official home-schooled transcript and GED scores, in order to be considered for admission. In addition to your home-schooled transcript, official transcripts must be submitted from any high school attended.

Transfer Applicants
All transfer applicants must submit an official college transcript(s), for all colleges attended, regardless of whether you plan to apply those credits to your study at SMFA. In addition, transfer students need to submit a final high school transcript, unless you have previously completed a baccalaureate degree.

Please note that copies of course descriptions are required for transfer evaluation, these can be cut and pasted from your colleges website and sent to us via email at admissions@smfa.edu, please be sure to include your first and last name in the title of the file.

International Applicants
International students are required to submit academic records, in the original language issued, accompanied by a certified English translation. All academic records must be original, attested, or certified true copies beginning with the first year of secondary school (high school). Translations must mirror the format of the original document and be word-for-word. Transcripts and translations must clearly state the date or completion/graduation and the level of education received.

International Secondary School Applicants
If your secondary (high school) transcript is not converted into U.S. equivalencies, you will need to submit your official secondary school transcript and certified translations to a credentialing agency for a course-by-course evaluation and U.S. High School Diploma and GPA equivalency.

International Transfer Applicants
International transfer students looking to transfer academic and studio credit, earned at a non-U.S. institution are required to have their transcripts evaluated by a credentialing agency. A course-by-course evaluation must be prepared for every transcript. Our preferred providers are below:

American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)

Center for Educational Documentation (CED)

Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE)

World Education Services (WES)

Make sure to allow ample time for processing. This process can take up to 3 weeks.

Standardized Test Scores

SAT/ACT:
SMFA is test-optional. Should you choose to submit your scores please have them sent directly to us from ETS/CollegeBoard. Our SAT school code is 3794 and our ACT school code is 1895.

AP/SAT II/IB
While we are test-optional, BFA candidates may be granted up to eight academic credits at the discretion of the respective department and the achievement of the required score. Please see Tufts 2014-2015 Bulletin for specifics.

In addition, BFA and Diploma candidates may be awarded up to four studio credits if they obtain an exam score of 4 or 5 on the AP Studio Art: 2D-Design, 3D-Design and/or Drawing, and/or an exam score of 6 or 7 on the IB test.

Letters of Recommendation

Two official letters of recommendation are required to complete your application. We recommend that you ask an art or liberal arts teacher, guidance counselor, mentor, or employer. The best person to ask is someone who can speak to your potential as a student and/or an artist, your skills, motivation and character.

Letters of recommendation can be requested through our online application portal. You will need your recommenders name and email address for this. Requesting your letters through the portal allows your recommenders to upload their recommendations electronically and allows you to track the receipt of these as well.

Demonstration of English Proficiency

In addition to the general application requirements, all non-native English speakers are required to demonstrate proficiency on both written and spoken English. The following are acceptable way to demonstrate proficiency:

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
A minimum of a 79 on the iBT version, 213 on the computer-based version, or a 550 on the paper-based version is required for admission. We look for students to have achieved a reading and writing sub-score of 18.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
A minimum of a 6.0 is required for admission.

Exemptions
The TOEFL or IELTS requirement may be waived if you meet one of the following:

You are a non-native English speaker who has completed 2 years of college prep English, with a grade of a B or better, at a U.S. high school, not in conjunction with ESL.

You are a non-native English speaker, who has completed 2 semesters of college-level English at a U.S. accredited, baccalaureate degree grating, college/university. You must have achieved a grade of a B or better in both classes and they must not have been taken in conjunction with any ESL classes.

If you're native language is English, you reside in one of the countries below, and your secondary education was taught in English, you are exempt from the TOEFL and IELTS.

Antigua and Barbuda
Australia
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Canada
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
Ireland
Jamaica
New Zealand
South Africa
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia
St. Vincent and Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
United Kingdom (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales)

Declaration and Verification of Finances

Declaration of Finances
All international applicants (non-resident immigrants) are required, by the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services, to submit a DOF form indicating that you have the financial resources to support your education without having to resort to unauthorized employment. The amount stated must reflect the total cost of attendance, which includes the cost of tuition, fees, and living expenses for one academic year. See the chart below for the estimated cost of attendance for the 2015-2016 academic year. Make sure to select the amount that corresponds to the program for which you are applying. This form must be dated within one year of the initial enrollment year at SMFA. To expedite the I-20 process we require that this form be submitted as part of the application process.

Verification of Finances Letter (VOF)
All funds listed on your DOF must be substantiated in your Verification of Finances Letter. The VOF is a letter from your or your sponsor’s bank. This documentation must reflect the total cost of attendance, which includes the cost of tuition, fees, and living expenses for one academic year. For the 2015-2016 academic year the estimated amount that must be shown is the total estimated amount for the program in which you are applying, please see the chart above. Please note that all monies must be readily accessible, liquid funds, like savings and checking accounts. Additionally, all monies must be displayed in English and U.S. dollars.

Submitting the DOF/VOF
The Declaration of Finance form and the Verification of Finance letter are a required part of the application process. We required this information at the point of application, to expedite the I-20 process. Please submit this information in one of the following ways:

  • Email a PDF of the official, scanned Declaration of Finances form and Verification of Finances letter to admissions@smfa.edu. Please be sure to include both your family and given name, as they appear on your application, and that official stamps and signatures are visible. Color scans are preferred because they are more readable.
  • Mail to: School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    Office of Admissions
    230 The Fenway
    Boston, MA 02115

 

SMFA/Tufts Combined Degree (BFA + BA/BS) Application Instructions + Information

The Combined Degree program is a unique dual degree program offered in conjunction with Tufts University. This demanding program is specifically designed for students intending to pursue their art and academic interests to the fullest possible extent. Upon completion of this program, you will graduate with two degrees from Tufts: a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in a major of your choice and a Bachelor of Fine Arts. This five-year program makes it possible for you to refine and focus your studies in an academic field and to cultivate your fine arts abilities.

Combined Degree Admissions Deadline (SMFA and Tufts): January 1, 2015
* Please note that you must apply and be admitted to both institutions.

SMFA Application Requirements:
Please refer to the BFA + Diploma application requirements listed above.

Tufts University Application Requirements:
Please refer to Tufts University website »

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MFA + Post-Baccalaureate + MAT

Both rigorous and highly selective, the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program will prepare you for a career as a professional artist. The curriculum integrates practical and critical skills across diverse media and disciplines; you'll hone your practice through individual innovation, creative collaborations, informal mentorships and academic discourse. MFA students are enrolled at both SMFA and Tufts University, and can graduate in two years with an MFA degree from Tufts.

The one-year Post-Baccalaureate Certificate offers an intensive year of studio art study and practice, closely advised and supported by SMFA faculty. The program is ideal for students who have completed a bachelor's degree and want to immerse themselves in intensive studio artmaking. Whether you have recently graduated or are changing careers, the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate provides excellent preparation for graduate degree study in art or for professional practice as an artist.

The Master of Arts in Teaching in Art Education (MAT) program prepares the artist to teach in elementary, middle and high schools with a critical focus on both contemporary visual culture and traditional arts. Students will complete a 12-month program of study in education foundations, art theory and curriculum and studio art. Many MAT students start with three education classes at Tufts in the summer, then take eight studio credits and two art education classes in the fall. They then complete their course of study in the spring with a student-teaching internship that includes a weekly seminar and an art curriculum development course.

Deadlines

MFA (fall 2015): February 1 priority deadline, rolling decision afterward
Post-Baccalaureate (fall 2015): March 15 priority deadline, rolling decision afterward

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MFA + Post-Bac Application Instructions + Information

Thank you for your interest in SMFA! The Admissions Committee views everyone as an individual and we look forward to getting to know you through your application. Applications will only be reviewed once they have been submitted and all of the application requirements have been received. Let's get started.

Prerequisites

Please review all the prerequisites for your intended program.

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program

  • All applicants must hold an undergraduate degree, such as a BA or BFA, from an accredited institution of higher education.
  • All applicants are expected to be engaged in an art practice or have had some art training, general educational advancement, and/or professional experience.


Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Degree

  • All applicants must hold an undergraduate degree, such as a BA or BFA, from an accredited institution of higher education.
  • All applicants must submit a portfolio that demonstrates artistic maturity and readiness for their MFA studies.
  • All applicants must have completed a minimum of four one-semester undergraduate level art history courses. Please note if you enter with fewer than four undergraduate art history courses you must make up these deficiencies during you MFA studies, in addition to the graduate requirements.


Application

All prospective students must apply online. The online application puts you in the driver's seat, you can upload documents, submit your application, track the receipt of your materials, and more. Here's what you need to know to get started:

  • Create an application account
  • Complete the online application and upload the required materials. Make sure that your uploaded documents are titled with your first and last name.
  • Letters of recommendation can be requested directly through the system, all you need is the name of your recommender and their email address. The system will automatically request a letter of recommendation on your behalf and recommenders can upload this information from the comfort of their own home, and submit it directly to us.
  • Complete the application process by paying the $75 applications fee, electronically signing, and clicking submit.


Application Fee

* The non-refundable application fee for all students is $75.
* Please note that this fee includes the fee for your online portfolio submission.

Portfolio

Students must submit 10-15, pieces of their recent work and/or up to 10 minutes of time-based work. It's important to make sure that the work represents your strengths and interests, and represent your current skills and experiences.

Portfolios must be submitted online through Slideroom. Like the online application, you will need to create a user account. Once this is created, you will be able to view all of your portfolio submissions in one location.

This is a quick drag and drop process, which allows you to submit images, video, audio, models, and more. It will also allow you to embed media from other sites, like Vimeo, YouTube, Soundcloud, and Dropbox.

Submit Your Portfolio Now »


Resume/CV

Applicants must submit a resume that chronologically outlines your background in the arts. This should include exhibitions and award, as well as professional experiences and related activities, such as research.

Personal Essay

The personal essay should not exceed three pages and should address the following questions:

  • What lies behind your current work and what drives your process?
  • How do you see your work and you practice in the context of contemporary art?
  • In what ways do you hope to expand and further your art practice at SMFA?


Official Transcripts

All applicants must provide an official undergraduate college transcript, from the college that granted, or will grant your Bachelors' degree. In order to be considered official, transcripts must be sealed and stamped by the registrar and sent directly to:

School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Office of Admissions
230 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115

We will also accept secure electronic transcripts from Parchment Exchange. Parchment Exchange allows you to securely submit electronic transcripts. Please note, if your school is a Parchment member, your transcript will be sent to us digitally. If your school is not a member, Parchment will request that a hard copy be mailed.

International Applicants
International students are required to submit academic records, in the original language issued, accompanied by a certified English translation. All post-secondary academic records must be original, attested, or certified true copies. Translations must mirror the format of the original document and be word-for-word. Transcripts and translations must clearly state the date of completion/graduation and the level of education/degree received.

Post-Secondary Records from Foreign Institutions
SMFA requires applicants to submit official transcripts and certified translations of all transcripts from non-U.S. institution. In addition, all post-secondary (university transcripts) that are not converted into U.S. equivalencies must be evaluated by a credentialing agency. Please request a course-by-course evaluation. The evaluation must include the following:

  • Name and country of the foreign institution
  • U.S. educational equivalent (two-year or four-year)
  • Conversion of grade and final exams into U.S. equivalency
  • Cumulative GPA equivalency (4.0 scale)
  • Conversion of course hours into U.S. semester hours
  • Total credits earned
  • U.S. degree equivalent


Our preferred providers are below:

American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)

Center for Educational Documentation (CED)

Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE)

World Education Services (WES)

Make sure to allow ample time for processing. This process can take up to 3 weeks.

Standardized Test Scores

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general test in not required.

Letters of Recommendation

Two official letters of recommendation are required to complete your application. We recommend that you ask an instructors or practicing professionals. Select people who can speak about your art practice and your potential for success.

Letters of recommendation can be requested through our online application portal. You will need your recommenders name and email address for this. Requesting your letters through the portal allows your recommenders to upload their recommendations electronically and allows you to track the receipt of these as well.

Demonstration of English Proficiency

In addition to the general application requirements, all non-native English speakers are required to demonstrate proficiency on both written and spoken English. The following are acceptable way to demonstrate proficiency:

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
A minimum of a 79 on the iBT version, 213 on the computer-based version, or a 550 on the paper-based version is required for admission. We look for students to have achieved a reading and writing sub-score of 18.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
A minimum of a 6.0 is required for admission.

Exemptions
The TOEFL or IELTS requirement may be waived if you meet one of the following:

You are a non-native English speaker who has completed 2 years of college prep English, with a grade of a B or better, at a U.S. high school, not in conjunction with ESL.

You are a non-native English speaker, who has completed 2 semesters of college-level English at a U.S. accredited, baccalaureate degree grating, college/university. You must have achieved a grade of a B or better in both classes and they must not have been taken in conjunction with any ESL classes.

If you're native language is English, you reside in one of the countries below, and your secondary education was taught in English, you are exempt from the TOEFL and IELTS.

Antigua and Barbuda
Australia
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Canada
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
Ireland
Jamaica
New Zealand
South Africa
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia
St. Vincent and Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
United Kingdom (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales)

Declaration and Verification of Finances

Declaration of Finances (DOF)
All international applicants (non-resident immigrants) are required, by the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services, to submit a DOF form indicating that you have the financial resources to support your education without having to resort to unauthorized employment. The amount stated must reflect the total cost of attendance, which includes the cost of tuition, fees, and living expenses for one academic year. See the chart below for the estimated cost of attendance for 2015-2016 academic year. Make sure to select the amount that corresponds to the program for which you are applying. This form must be dated within one year of the initial enrollment year at SMFA. To expedite the I-20 process we require that this form be submitted as part of the application process.

Verification of Finances Letter (VOF)
All funds listed on your DOF must be substantiated in your Verification of Finances Letter. The VOF is a letter from your or your sponsor’s bank. This documentation must reflect the total cost of attendance, which includes the cost of tuition, fees, and living expenses for one academic year. For the 2015-2016 academic year the estimated amount that must be shown is the total estimated amount for the program in which you are applying, please see the chart above. Please note that all monies must be readily accessible, liquid funds, like savings and checking accounts. Additionally, all monies must be displayed in English and U.S. dollars.

Submitting the DOF/VOF
The Declaration of Finance form and the Verification of Finance letter are a required part of the application process. We required this information at the point of application, to expedite the I-20 process. Please submit this information in one of the following ways:

  • Email a PDF of the official, scanned Declaration of Finances form and Verification of Finances letter to admissions@smfa.edu. Please be sure to include both your family and given name, as they appear on your application, and that official stamps and signatures are visible. Color scans are preferred because they are more readable.
  • Mail to: School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    Office of Admissions
    230 The Fenway
    Boston, MA 02115


Masters of Art in Teaching, Art Education (MAT) Application Instructions and Information

Prerequisites

  • The MAT program requires that the baccalaureate degree include a major in visual art or equivalent with a GPA of 3.25 or higher.
  • An interview is also required.


Portfolio
We hope to see your best work, demonstrating your expertise and artistic vision. If you have accomplished work in more than one medium or genre, we encourage you to submit work that displays that variety. Since art teachers are expected to teach a wide range of studio content, it is beneficial to exhibit your competence in more than one studio discipline. In this way, submitting a portfolio for an MAT program is very different from a portfolio for an MFA or BFA program. For example, if you have a strong collection of abstract paintings in your repertoire, it would be worthwhile to also include a few examples of figurative and/or 3-D work. However, if you do not have strong work in a range of media, it is perfectly acceptable to remain more narrowly focused the scope of your portfolio. It is not advisable to include work in another genre or medium that is underdeveloped or mediocre. Submit the most developed work that you believe represents you as an artist.

For more detailed information, please click here »

Application
The application process is run through Tufts University. Please check their website for detailed application information.

Undergraduate + Diploma Applicants

Students must submit 15-20, pieces of their recent work and/or up to 10 minutes of time-based work. It’s important to make sure that the work represents your strengths and interests, and represent your current skills and experiences.

Portfolios must be submitted online through Slideroom. Like the online application, you will need to create a user account. Once this is created, you will be able to view all of your portfolio submissions in one location.
This is
a quick drag and drop process, which allows you to submit images, video, audio, models, and more. It will also allow you to embed media from other sites, like Vimeo, YouTube, Soundcloud, and Dropbox.

Submit Your Portfolio Now »

 

SMFA/Tufts Combined Degree (BFA + BA/BS)

* Please note that while you need to apply to both programs, portfolios are submitted during SMFA's application only.

Students must submit 15-20, pieces of their recent work and/or up to 10 minutes of time-based work. It’s important to make sure that the work represents your strengths and interests, and represent your current skills and experiences.

Portfolios must be submitted online through Slideroom. Like the online application, you will need to create a user account. Once this is created, you will be able to view all of your portfolio submissions in one location.

This is a quick drag and drop process, which allows you to submit images, video, audio, models, and more. It will also allow you to embed media from other sites, like Vimeo, YouTube, Soundcloud, and Dropbox.

Submit Your Portfolio Now »

 

Graduate + Post-Baccalaureate

All applicants must submit a portfolio that demonstrates artistic maturity and readiness for their graduate studies. The portfolio must contain 10-15, pieces of recent work and/or up to 10 minutes of time-based work. It’s important to make sure that the work represents your strengths and interests, and represent your current skills and experiences.

Portfolios must be submitted online through Slideroom. Like the online application, you will need to create a user account. Once this is created, you will be able to view all of your portfolio submissions in one location.

This is a quick drag and drop process, which allows you to submit images, video, audio, models, and more. It will also allow you to embed media from other sites, like Vimeo, YouTube, Soundcloud, and Dropbox.

Submit Your Portfolio Now »

 

Masters of Art in Teaching, Art Education (MAT)

Portfolio * Please note that portfolios are submitted through Tufts University.

We hope to see your best work, demonstrating your expertise and artistic vision. If you have accomplished work in more than one medium or genre, we encourage you to submit work that displays that variety. Since art teachers are expected to teach a wide range of studio content, it is beneficial to exhibit your competence in more than one studio discipline. In this way, submitting a portfolio for an MAT program is very different from a portfolio for an MFA or BFA program. For example, if you have a strong collection of abstract paintings in your repertoire, it would be worthwhile to also include a few examples of figurative and/or 3-D work. However, if you do not have strong work in a range of media, it is perfectly acceptable to remain more narrowly focused the scope of your portfolio. It is not advisable to include work in another genre or medium that is underdeveloped or mediocre. Submit the most developed work that you believe represents you as an artist.

For more detailed information, please click here »

Making your Tuition Deposit Online

It's easy to make your tuition and/or housing deposit online! Just fill out the deposit form and then contact the Office of Admissions to verify your payment. Admissions may be reached at admissions@smfa.edu or by calling 617-369-3626.

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