Warren Wilson College: The Master of Arts in Critical and Historical Craft Studies accepts new students twice per year for semesters beginning with the January and July residencies; students may enter the program in either semester. For priority consideration, submit all application materials by March 1 for the semester beginning in July.

Applications received after March 1 are welcome, but they will be considered as space allows. Admission is based primarily on the overall quality of the application submitted, including undergraduate academic performance, professional experience, strength of letters of reference, and passion. In addition, the Admissions Committee looks for promise exhibited in the critical and personal essays. In the latter, applicants should address their ability to participate productively and supportively in a learning community and to sustain commitment through extended independent work periods during the guided study.

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Image: Karen Karnes (US, 1925-2016) Winged Vessel, circa 1987 Glazed stoneware

Crafts Council Professional Development Workshops and Advice Sessions
European Prize for Applied Arts