School of the Museum of Fine Arts-Boston Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (1)
The school had a lot of strengths in its faculty. Many were too busy with their own careers to bother with you. The ones that took the time were amazing though, and I value what I learned from them greatly to this day. I met a lot of very smart, and creative students who I collaborated with. The main issue was at the time, the school had a very nebulous attendance policy and no grades. This led to very little incentive for students to achieve or do anything (really.) The attitude was very lazy as a general rule. There was also a huge disconnect with Tufts University, where you did your academics. It wouldn't have been so much of a problem if the school wasn't so expensive. There were limited options for cheap food and housing. Almost no post graduate advising or internships. Overall though, I valued my experience there, but it was certainly unconventional by any measure.