Located in Norfolk, Connecticut, The Yale Norfolk School of Art is an intensive six-week summer program (May 16 – June 27) for juniors and first semester seniors (you must be returning to MCAD in the fall). The program is a chance for young artists and designers to work with the Yale School of Art graduate level faculty and make connections to peers from institutions far and wide. Accepted students attend the school tuition-free, and housing and meals are provided. Students receive course credit.
In order to apply, students must first be nominated by MCAD. Yale will not accept applications from students who have not been nominated by their school.
If you are interested in being considered for this opportunity, you may submit an application to the to the Office of Academic Affairs. A faculty committee will review the applications and select MCAD’s nominees. Once selected, nominees make individual applications to the Yale.
The deadline for nominee applications is 6:00 pm Friday, January 24th. MCAD’s nominees will be announced by Friday, January 31st. For details about submitting a nominee application, see the attached guidelines.
For more information about the Yale Norfolk, visit their website by clicking here.
If you have questions about the program, your eligibility, or the nomination process contact Michael Kareken, Professor of Fine Arts: email@example.com