I'm applying to some colleges that offer Studio Art as a major, so I would double major in Classics/Philosophy and Studio Art. After getting that degree, would I be "qualified" to get an MFA? How does that process work? Is admission based on my portfolio primarily?
What if I don't double major, but I take studio art courses and build a portfolio. I know I couldn't get an MFA from there directly, but I could still applying to an art school to get my Bachelors of Fine Arts even if I have a Bachelors of Arts in a non-art major???
Because I'm thinking about spending my first four years in an LAC/university, then going on to an art school. I've got no idea about how that would work. Could somebody clue me in?