Master of Fine Arts: Curatorial Practice Track student Brittni Winkler has been admitted into research.art.dialogue, an alternative school at the arts organization Cannonball.
Winkler will be entering the school in Summer 2015 as a full-time student and with her full tuition deferred.
research.art.dialogue (r.a.d) is an alternative school open to everyone. It draws from a long tradition of informal but rigorous pedagogical initiatives. A non-degree granting program, it offers a number of courses and seminars by a distinguished faculty of practitioners in the cultural fields and the social sciences. It is driven by an effort to develop a broad knowledge base for participants interested in working outside traditional disciplinary boundaries. r.a.d is funded, in part, by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. (Source: Cannonball)
Cannonball is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3), arts organization dedicated to supporting artists, innovative forms of cultural production, and education to advance critical discourse and understanding of contemporary art practice. Based in downtown Miami, Florida, Cannonball’s artist-centric values are mirrored in its experimental programs, resources, and opportunities that respond to the needs of today’s artists and reflect our efforts to better understand the nuances and textures of South Florida.
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