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  1. The Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies (AFVS) at Harvard offers a graduate program in Film and Visual Studies leading to a PhD.

  2. Applicants need not indicate at the time of application precisely what their field of specialization will be, but it is helpful to know something about a candidate’s aspirations, and how Film and Visual Studies at Harvard might help in attaining these goals.

  3. The Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies (AFVS) cultivates skills in both the practice and the critical study of the visual arts. Its components include photography, filmmaking, animation, video art, painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture, as well as film and visual studies, critical theory, and the study of the built environment.

  4. Harvard has sustained a distinguished tradition of engaging cinema, media, and visual studies. This exciting, vital interdisciplinary program places you at the crossroads of creative and innovative fields of research.

  5. The concentration in Art, Film, and Visual Studies (AFVS) cultivates skills in both the practice and the critical study of the visual arts. The modes of teaching combine the intensity of conservatory programs with the broad intellectual aims of a liberal arts college.

  6. The practice of the graphical, sculptural, digital, video, and mixed media arts thrive in the studios of Harvard's Department of Visual and Environmental Studies. A powerful tradition of art history, theory and criticism continues in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture .

  7. Her experimental work uses photography and video to create poetic connections between ourselves and the living environment. Harpers work is in permanent collections at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York,...