Our three low-residency Master of Fine Art programs are designed specifically to meet the needs of practicing artists seeking the terminal degree in their discipline while maintaining active, full-time professional careers. Each program requires 27 months to complete.
Students reside at the Hartford Art School during a two-week summer intensive, and at off-campus residencies in selected cities during both semesters. Off-campus host cities are chosen carefully for their proximity to both major art markets and practicing professionals.
Meaningful Work Meets Real Life
During the non-resident portions of the program, students maintain ongoing contact with the program director, thesis advisor and faculty through an online platform. The low-residency structure of the programs provide nontraditional working students the opportunity to complete a professional degree while simultaneously accommodating employment and family obligations.
Engage with MFA
Hydrofeminist METitations Podcast
In collaboration with the New Museum of Contemporary Art, as part of their digital residency, ENSAYOS has had Nomad MFA students help conceptualize and create Episode 4 of this new listening series, as part of their Techno Lab class.
River Lab: Hyperlocal, Place-Based Pedagogy Webinar
Join Nomad MFA faculty Mary Mattingly to learn more about the new hyperlocal online curriculum which fosters in-depth, site-specific learning and a resilient learning community of students and faculty. RSVP to email@example.com to receive Zoom link.
Wednesday, January 6, 2020 at 2 p.m. EST
Are you ready to Apply? Webinar
Join Director Carol Padberg and ask any last-minute application or portfolio questions before the Scholarship Consideration Deadline on January 15, 2021. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive Zoom link.