Yeah, I applied there this year. Seemed like a OK school, but it was a little behind the times. They don't embrace computers as a valid artistic medium the way many other colleges across the country do. They don't outlaw them, but I didn't see any computer labs in the arts department, which is sadly dilapidated. The sculpture people and graduate students get pretty nice facilities, but things like illustration, kinetic imaging and whatever are confined to several small stories of a run down building. They've recently added a very nice Foundations studio on top of a parking garage (it really is nice. I'm not being sarcastic or anything, the view is amazing) but unless you're headed into sculpture you'll quickly find yourself crammed into tiny, dank, dimly lit rooms, using equiptment that was archaic when my dad went there.
Action always generates inspiration. Inspiration seldom generates action.
- Frank Tibolt