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    Avesa north west of Verona Italia Europa

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnArs
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    I spent a week along Lake Konstanz last year. While there I visited Mt. Santis. In a word, it was simply awesome!!!
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    but I need an east coast experience. -Grant

    Grant,
    You might include Mass College of Art in your search engine and see if it will fit your needs. It is in Boston and surely you will get the east coast experience there also. I think Nick Nixon still teaches there. My alma mater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee
    but I need an east coast experience. -Grant

    Grant,
    You might include Mass College of Art in your search engine and see if it will fit your needs. It is in Boston and surely you will get the east coast experience there also. I think Nick Nixon still teaches there. My alma mater.

    lee\c
    Yep, Mass Art is there... albeit a little lower on my list. I have a good friend in Boston who has told me about it. It sounds nice, but I'm just not as informed on it and I'm starting to run out of time... but I'm probably going to apply there anyway. -Grant

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    Quote Originally Posted by VoidoidRamone
    Yep, Mass Art is there... albeit a little lower on my list. I have a good friend in Boston who has told me about it. It sounds nice, but I'm just not as informed on it and I'm starting to run out of time... but I'm probably going to apply there anyway. -Grant
    I went to school next door, to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
    Good school, total freedom of choice, but quite a bit chaotic. I can't say much about the photo department because I did sculpture and drawing there.
    Mass Art is a very fine school as well. Great library, huge facilities, more tradinional stractured curicullum (ie. Photography, Painting, Multimedia, etc). A friend of mine went there. She combined photography with perfomance art in this experimental department. Crazy stuff.
    Any more details I can provide?
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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    I went to school next door, to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
    Good school, total freedom of choice, but quite a bit chaotic. I can't say much about the photo department because I did sculpture and drawing there.
    Mass Art is a very fine school as well. Great library, huge facilities, more tradinional stractured curicullum (ie. Photography, Painting, Multimedia, etc). A friend of mine went there. She combined photography with perfomance art in this experimental department. Crazy stuff.
    Any more details I can provide?
    As good as those two sound, unfortunately I'm starting to get locked in to the 3 I've chosen. But I still plan on applying to Mass Art. Do you know if in that experimental department if you can combine any two majors? Because I have been considering film-making as a minor (or concentration) at the other schools. Thanks for your help. -Grant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzanne Revy
    Originally, from L.A. then. like Grant, went looking for the east coast experience in Brooklyn, New York to study photography at Pratt Institute, and never looked back. A few years after college I moved to DC, then more recently we landed in New England. I love the change of seasons.
    Hi Suzanne
    How long did you study at Pratt? Was it a good programme?
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