Professional Development Info Session
12:20–12:30 pm | Location TBA
Join the Place for Writers for an information session about
Works in Progress »
5:30–6:30 pm | Carnegie Hall, Bender Room
Join us as our second-year MFA students and Mills
faculty present new works to an intimate audience
including peers and colleagues.
Professional Development Workshop
5:30–6:30 pm | Location TBA
The Place for Writers presents a series of workshops on
teaching, publishing, and more. For more information,
contact Cynthia Pinto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kathleen Walkup at Otis College of Art + Design
Kathleen Walkup, Professor and Head of the Book Art Program, is being interviewed for a video in conjunction with Binding Desire: Unfolding Artists Books, the upcoming exhibition of artists’ books at Otis College of Art + Design. Her essay, “LA Bound,” is the lead essay for the exhibition catalogue. In March, she will speak at Book It! Symposium and Demonstration, a symposium at Otis in conjunction with the exhibition.
Check Your Application Status
Once your application to Mills College has been received and processed, you will receive an email from the Office of Graduate Admission with an ID number that enables you to log in to the Mills Resource Portal. You can check the status of your application to see if it is complete or which supporting documents have not yet been received.
this body public at Johansson Projects
this body public, the MFA Book Art and Creative Writing thesis exhibition, opens on March 21. The exhibition features installation and artist books by Jess Marks-Gale and Emji Spero. These projects explore the structures formed between bodies in relation, between the commons and the home, the event and the everyday. This is an attempt to map intangible sites of intersection, the boundaries of porous bodies in the moment of encounter and this space that between us.