The Dean of the USC Art School With Only One MFA Student Responds to Her Critics

After weeks of turmoil at Roski, Dean Muhl sits down with the Los Angeles Times:

 

“Regarding the MFA itself, we consider the changes we’ve made to be pretty minor especially in the context of a two-year course of study. Some don’t feel that is so. But I feel that we’re crafting it in a way that is unique to USC and distinguishes it from its peers.”

 

Minor changes? That must be why the entire 2016 MFA class dropped out, and another 72 alumni penned an open letter criticizing the corporatization of Roski

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