Wednesday, April 16, 2008

My Wife, the Academic

My wife, Mashinka Firunts, has been accepted to the Studio Arts MFA Program at Parsons: The New School for Design, the dual MFA/MS Program(s) at the Pratt Institute, and the MA program for Modern Art: Curatorial Studies at Columbia University. 

She's decided to enroll at Columbia University, a Graduate student at the age of 20.  

I'm happy and impressed. Someday, she'll be interviewing to teach at one particular university or another, and her curriculum vitae will be so impressive, that she'll be able to negotiate a job for me as well. 


2 comments:

Jacobe said...

Tell Miriam she should do curatorial studies. Goldsmith is correct, the artist will increasingly be defined as an archivist, a curator, a framer. Maybe this is good, maybe it's not, but either way, it is).

Best

Jacobe said...

Oops. I failed to read the whole post, to find out that she is making the better choice, before replying.

Congrats!

 

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