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Join Nathan Fox, faculty and students 11/15 for a little get-together

What’s YOUR story?

Do you love creating your own original stories? How about bringing characters to life, world building, data visualization and developing original content using different media?

Yeah, we do too.

Is collaboration in a diverse and media rich working environment right up your alley?

We live in that alley.

Are you searching for an engaging grad program that will challenge you as both a writer and visual storyteller?


If you’re looking for a unique approach to visual storytelling within an MFA program that combines both writing and visual art, come join illustrator and comic book artist, Nathan Fox, Chair of MFA Visual Narrative, along with faculty and students on 11/15 in NYC for an informative and interactive info session to learn more.

The MFA Visual Narrative program is an interdisciplinary, low-residency MFA program that places equal emphasis on creative writing and visual expression across all media.

We’re a low-residency program during three eight-week summer sessions at SVA and two academic years online and are designed for working professionals, teachers and recent graduates from all creative disciplines.

Want to learn more about us?

RSVP here for the MFA Visual Narrative info session.
Saturday, November 15th, 4:30 -6:30PM
136 W. 21St, (6th-7th Avenues)
Room 418F


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