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MFA-V Alumna Molly Heron at Sculpture Space NYC

Synthetic Synthesis is a group exhibition featuring works by Matthew Deleget, Jeff Feld, Molly Heron and John Tallman. Curated by Patricia Zarate in collaboration with Sculpture Space NYC-Projects and Key Projects.

MFA in Film at RIDM and CIFF

VCFA MFA in Film partners with Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montreal Festival and sponsors Camden International Film Festival.

Mapspace: Miranda Arts Project Announces Artist in Residence

Recent alumna Patricia Miranda of Mapspace: Miranda Arts Project announces MFA-V alumni Margery Theroux and Andrea Taylor as Artist in Residence.

MFA-V Faculty Cauleen Smith Interview in BOMB Magazine

Visual Art faculty member, Cauleen Smith, discusses her video projects with Leslie Hewitt of BOMB Magazine.

No. Six Depot Gallery, MA Features Work By MFA-V Alumni and Artist Teachers

The show, curated by Sue and Phil Knoll, is titled "panorama" and features twenty artists.


Redefining Indie: The Interviews

Coming soon.

Damali Abrams, Visual Art Alumna ‘08, Accepted to the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program

The Independent Study Program is a one-year program that includes many influential artists, art historians, and critics and involves the reading of theory.

Press On!

VCFA student Erin Beckloff has successfully funded her documentary on Letterpress through Kickstarter for her documentary film Pressing On — a documentary about the survival of letterpress and the remarkable printers who preserve the history and knowledge of the craft.

The MFA Visual Art Program Presents, "HERE," a Zine Featuring Art and Writing By Student, Faculty, Alumni, and Artist-Teachers

HERE brings together conversations within and across the multiple heres in which we transform our lives as artists, educators, social-citizens, lovers, loners, and cultural workers.

“The New Yorker Presents” an Interview with MFA in Writing Poetry Faculty Matthew Dickman

Dickman is the author of All-American Poem, 50 American Plays (co-written with his twin brother Michael Dickman), and Mayakovsky’s Revolver.