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Starting the MFA at School of Visual Arts

Starting the MFA at School of Visual Arts: Marshall Arisman on Education Finding Inspiration and the Root of His Art
Starting the MFA at School of Visual Arts: Marshall Arisman on Education Finding Inspiration and the Root of His Art

Pioneering the MFA program Illustration as Visual Essay at the School of Visual Arts in the 80s, Arisman saw a need to shift the focus of artists from style to content. Seeing the value of representing artists through the work they find meaningful, a reflection of their true interests and talents, he transformed the meaning of a portfolio. Marshall has an ongoing interest in seeing the real artist come through in the art, including his own.

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Design Illustration Drawing

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