ART: Photography Educational Programs.

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From: Michael Cammer <[email protected]>
Subject: RE: Photographic education
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> I am seeking information on photographic education worldwide. In the
> meaning of "art-related", "fine" - photography or whatever it's called.
> Here in Norway we have no other than the Bergen College of Arts and Crafts
> offering this kind of education.
>

A lot, if not most, MFA programs in the USA include a degree program in
fine art photography. Even where they don't inlcude a degree program in
it, classes are typically taught in it.
-mc
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