Accessibility can mean anything that helps you navigate a world that wasn’t designed with you in mind. It can mean flexible schedules. It can mean low-cost or free tuition. It can simply mean feeling safe enough to focus on what you came here to do. Most of all, it means the support and freedom to pursue your art. Join me as we explore how to learn what MFA students learn on the cheap, at our own pace, in our own way. No diploma, no credits, and no costs. Just a whole lot of artistic growth!
Why an accessible MFA? Here’s one answer.
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Hi, I’m M.C. Easton. A curriculum designer with an M.Ed. in Adult Learning, I was diagnosed with a chronic illness in 2016 and had to revise my plan to earn an accredited MFA. When I’m not writing or teaching English online, I’m reading, watching movies with my husband, and waiting for the next Olga Tokarczuk translation to drop.