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MFA Computer Arts 2022 info sessions & related events at School of Visual Arts (SVA)

In-person info session: November 12, 1–3pm

Virtual info session: December 3, 10am–12pm, ET

Our yearly information meetings, where prospective students can speak with faculty, staff, and alumni to learn more about the program and what our department has to offer, will be held virtually by the School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Arts Department.

MFA Computer Arts in-person info session: November 12 from 1–3pm at 133 West 21st Street, tenth floor New York, NY. Register here. / MFA Computer Arts virtual info session: December 3 from 10am–12pm ET. Register here.

Don’t worry if you can’t make it to our info sessions. MFA Computer Arts will evaluate portfolios and offer feedback at portfolio day events. The graduate admissions office at SVA will also conduct a variety of occasions, such as preview nights, forums, Q&As, and alumni panels. Anyone who attends one of Graduate Admissions’ events will have their application fee for the fall of 2023 waived by 80 USD. You can find a list of these events here.

A interdisciplinary approach and creative experimentation are prioritized in the School of Visual Arts’ MFA Computer Arts program when creating art using computers and cutting-edge technologies. The department, which is committed to producing digital artists of the greatest level, aids each student in developing a unique artistic voice through a programme of study that is specifically designed to match their needs. This two-year MFA program, which has distinguished itself with nine Student Academy Awards, attracts students from all around the world. Please visit

For more than 60 years, School of Visual Arts has been a pioneer in the education of artists, designers, and other creative workers. SVA is a catalyst for creativity and social responsibility because to its eminent teachers who are also working professionals, its innovative curriculum, and its focus on critical thinking. SVA is one of the most significant artistic communities in the world, with more than 6,000 students enrolled at its Manhattan campus and 35,000 alumni spread across 100 nations. For information about the College’s 31 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, visit

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