The School of Art and Design Georgia State University

July 2001
Surface Design Journal;Summer2001, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p58
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The article offers information on the Textiles Program of the School of Art and Design at the Georgia State University in Atlanta. The program is designed to provide a meaningful and accessible education for professional artists and designers of contemporary textiles. It also helps students develop their potential, foster an ethos of integrity, commitment and innovation towards creative, as well as to enhance their lives. Information on the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program, faculty and other facilities is also provided.


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