Artist Boot Camp: “Should I go to grad school?” with Leah Decter

Wednesday, June 3
This workshop will explore how to weigh benefits versus cost, and will address questions such as the application process, financial support and how to find a program that is right for you. 

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These free workshops are designed to help you to advance your art career, and welcome participants of all genders and artistic media.

What are the pros and cons of doing a graduate degree in relation to your art practice? This workshop will explore how to weigh benefits versus cost, and will address questions such as the application process, financial support and how to find a program that is right for you. 

Leah Decter is an inter-media artist, educator and scholar who holds a PhD in Cultural Studies and an MFA in New Media. She has worked with MFA students at NSCAD University, University of Manitoba and the international low residency program at Transart Institute. Leah is currently the Canada Research Chair in Creative Technologies and Community Engagement at NSCAD University.

  • June 3, 2021
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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