MFA students at the University at Buffalo receive their own semi-private studio space, free of charge. Our program combines rigorous studio art training with cutting edge technology and an interdisciplinary reach that few universities can match.
MFA students work in fully equipped studios located in the Center for the Arts (CFA), a 264,000 square foot building in the middle of North Campus overlooking lake la Salle. Graduate students have 24/7 access to state-of-the-art wood, metal, audio, printmaking, photography, video, digital media, and digital fabrication studios. Students also have access to the combined resources of one of the nation’s top research universities, such as bio-art facilities, robotics labs, virtual reality studios, rare books collections, and botanical gardens.
Art students at UB have access to industry-grade 3D printing and Digital Fabrication resources. Whether you are looking to print in ABS, PLA plastic, living cells, or graphene, there is a machine and an expert to help you.