Master of Fine Arts
in Image Text
The Master of Fine Arts in Image Text is a low-residency program that brings together critically, culturally, and politically engaged practices in creative writing, visual media, and design for print and digital publication.
The Image Text M.F.A. is a unique 25-month program that prepares artists to make substantial contributions to the contemporary literary and visual arts. Three five-week summer sessions offer intensive in-person classes with faculty and visiting artists as well as access to Cornell AAP's exceptional resources and facilities. During fall and spring semesters, students participate in immersive international field courses and work closely with faculty advisors while pursuing independent study.
There are two rounds of application for this program. The first-round application deadline is February 15, and the second-round deadline is March 15. For more information about the new Image Text M.F.A. and how to apply please visit the graduate admissions page and join us for a virtual Image Text M.F.A. virtual information session from January 16–28.
Substantial partial tuition scholarships are available on a competitive basis.