Story: Visualized | MFA Visual Narrative Info Session
136 West 21st Street | 4th Floor | Room 418F
January 25th, 2014 from 3-5pm
The MFA in Visual Narrative program at SVA is a groundbreaking approach to visual storytelling. Comprised of three eight-week summer sessions in NYC and two academic years online, this low-residency program places equal emphasis on creative writing and figurative visual expression. The program is designed for both working professionals and recent graduates from all creative disciplines who are dedicated to the art and craft of visual storytelling as both artist and author.
The MFA Visual Narrative program is chaired by editorial illustrator and comic book artist Nathan Fox. His work has appeared in The New York Times, EW, Rolling Stone, Image, Vertigo, and Marvel Comics, and within projects for MTV, Burton, Nike, 1800, AOL and many more.
Faculty include such diverse professional storytellers as art director and illustrator Jennifer Daniel, writer and information designer Alicia DeSantis, writer and illustrator Edward Hemingway, co-founder, Man of Action Studios Joe Kelly, artist and printmaker Ross MacDonald, historian and critic Leonard Marcus, writer and publisher Benjamin Marra designer and artist Jeff Rogers, artist Jonathon Rosen, illustrator Matt Rota, designer and comic book author Jim Rugg, author Mark Sable and writer/game producer Ben Zackheim.
Admission for the entering class of June 2014 is rolling, so early application is encouraged. We will continue to review applicants until 20 students have been accepted. For more information and to apply, please see the links below:
- School of Visual Arts Graduate Program: MFAVN.SVA.EDU
- MFAVN Department Site: MFA Visual Narrative
- Apply Now!
Applications are open now and we have updated the FAQ and the Application Guides on our site.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details- we would love to hear from you.