As a graduate art student at Mills, you'll have the opportunity to exhibit your creative work to the Mills community, San Francisco Bay Area art critics and gallery owners, and the general public. Your capstone academic experience will consist of an MFA thesis exhibition in the Mills College Art Museum, ranked one of the top 50 college art museums in the country.
The annual MFA thesis exhibition features work in a wide range of media—including painting, photography, sculpture, installation, and video—created by the emerging artists of the Mills College MFA in Studio Art Program. The exhibition is an opportunity for these artists to showcase a final body of work produced as the culmination of their graduate experience: two years of research, experimentation, and refinement of their artistic practice.
See the work of our graduating MFA in studio art students as presented in their MFA