Are Art School Hiring Practices Hurting Prospects For MFA Photo Students?

January 28, 2015

By Eliza Lamb

The opportunity to teach photography on the college level has traditionally been one of the incentives to earning an MFA. But art schools are now replacing secure tenure track teaching positions with overworked, underpaid adjunct instructors. And the changes raise important questions: Is teaching photography still a viable career option? Are adjunct professors serving the best interests of MFA students?...

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