When I was applying for undergraduate programs I feel like I was a bit immature and chose to stay close to home at a state university- one where ID wasn’t offered even though it was what I felt like I wanted to do. I ended up in computer science and then after my first year I transferred into the school of art.
Right now I have one more year left, including my BFA show. I kicked ass to get to where i am by taking tons of summer classes. My concentration is in Glass, though I have taken a wide range of courses outside this specific concentration.
I am literally kicking myself for not going into ID to begin with. My grades at school are fair- I have a 3.1 cumulative GPA but within my concentration my GPA is much higher, like a 3.7. I expect to have a strong show and my portfolio is representative of what I have been doing conceptually as well as practically.
I don’t think I could ever do another undergrad degree- it would be counterproductive in my mind.
I guess my question is: where do I begin to look at grad programs? I know they are all very very different but what school are good for someone who has an art background but not so much a design background? I don’t mind taking a year of fundamentals or introduction studios…
These questions are quite broad and general. Unfortunately, no one at my school has been able to point me in the right direction.