Where to Study?

In the May 2008 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, Mims Studios is featured in an article by Robert K. Carsten about choosing art schools.  This article advises prospective students to select an environment where they can learn most readily, and consider what options are available.  The point is made with images included in the piece juxtaposing Mims Studios with two very different alternatives at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Cooper Union School (below).

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Published in: on April 28, 2008 at 10:45 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. Pictures speak loader than words. The juxtaposed image of the Mims Studios activities with that of a
    so-called contemporary accredited art institution speaks
    volumes. The ubiquitous BFA and MFA art programs have controlled the polemics of the argument for decades. But they are now challenged by those brave enough to point out that the emperor wears no clothes. Leighton, Blashfield and Cox had it right! And so does Jeffrey Mims. If Gammell foresaw the Twilight of Painting, Mims is focusing on the Dawn of a new day.

  2. This is too funny..hehe, In my architecture school I faced the same ignorance. Hmm, They are relearning hehe..it comes down to thinking.


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