Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics Turns 40!
WRITING THINKING BEING
The MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics is a two-year, 48-credit in-residence degree program. Graduate Students are encouraged to take classes across genres, enabling them to investigate a personal, intensely original writing process and style.
Visual Arts MFA
Interdisciplinary studio art practice and critical inquiry. Extensive Visiting Artist program. Traditional and digital facilities for drawing, painting, photography, print, sculpture, video. Large professional galleries. Individual studios. Scholarship and teaching assistantship opportunities. Proximity to NYC.
The Writer's Foundry at St. Joseph's College stands in Clinton Hill on the border of Fort Greene, two of the most vibrant and deep-grounded neighborhoods in all of New York City, and seeks to attract writers who dedicate themselves to excellence in all areas of literary life.
Utilizing a structure rare in the United States, CCAD’s program draws its inspiration from the way artists actually work. The project-based, multidisciplinary program is designed to develop not just candidates’ artistic skills, but also their skills in planning, communications, and leadership.
Priority Deadline: February 15th 2011
Goddard's pioneering BFA Creative Writing low-residency program provides students with an intense on-campus residency, opportunities to form writing communities, and the chance to work with experienced faculty writers who mentor them, helping them place writing at the center of their lives.
Cornell’s MFA program supports creative and intellectual practice by a critically expansive pedagogy, providing rich resources, encouraging independent thinking and fostering a range of interdisciplinary studio practice. Students receive a private studio, access to college facilities, generous scholarships and assistantships, encouraging both focus without distraction and discovery without limitation.
The MA in Innovative Writing at the University at Buffalo invites you to view writing as an investigative, exploratory process: a mode of inquiry that can articulate diverse experiences of 21st century culture, and unearth, perhaps even overturn, our most foundational thoughts—freeing them for profound imaginative work.