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Low Residency MFA and Studio MAAE
NHIA offers students a unique opportunity to experience technical, conceptual and professional artistic growth.
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Low Residency MFA

Our intense ten-day residency model gives you the flexibility to earn your degree in your own time.

Expert Faculty

Get supportive, personalized attention from our faculty of renowned professional artists.

Creative Community

Immerse yourself in a diverse community of passionate, creative people.

Studio Focus MAAE

Get back to your craft with our studio-oriented degree program for art educators.

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Take the next step towards doing what you love.

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Master of Arts in Art Education

This unique degree allows art educators to focus on the studio once again.

MFA Creative Writing

Expand your knowledge of the literary tradition as well as your understanding of their own work and its place in the contemporary literary landscape.

MFA Photography

Explore of traditional and contemporary photographic methodologies to express your individual creative concepts and vision.

MFA Visual Art

Combine technical proficiency with conceptual growth in the production of a unique and personal body of work.

MFA Writing for Stage and Screen

Create a body of successful, producible work for stage or screen.

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About Us

At the New Hampshire Institute of Art—a fully accredited arts college offering BFA, Masters and Continuing Education programs—we provide you with the resources you need to achieve your goals. Our faculty are experts in their respective fields, and small classes sizes mean you’ll enjoy unparalleled personal support. Our students are diverse, passionate and driven, coming together in a creative community devoted to collaboration and shared inspiration.

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New Hampshire Institute of Art
148 Concord Street
Manchester, NH 03104
603.836.2120
gradadmissions@nhia.edu