Second Annual Vermont Book Award is This Saturday, 9/24!

VBA GalaVCFA President Tom Greene will reveal the winner, who will be chosen by a panel of judges from among nine finalists.

The Gala, which begins at 5 p.m. in VCFA’s Alumni Hall, will be a lively celebration of literature and creative culture, with distinguished guests from around the state. Music, dinner, and a keynote speech by New York Times bestselling author Ann Hood are among the events planned for this exciting evening. 

How Will Low-Residency Work for Me?

There are lots of colleges in Vermont, but none quite like Vermont College of Fine Arts and its pioneering and rigorous graduate degree programs in writing, writing for young readers, visual art, music composition, graphic design, and film. 

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Low-residency programs may well represent the future of graduate education America. In this article, find out the details about VCFA's mode of contemporary graduate education:

  • The real story behind the low-residency model.
  • The single most important advantage of low-residency programs--one-on-one mentoring.
  • How the low-residency model forms life-long artistic practices.
  • Find out why those who have experienced the enormous power of a Vermont College of Fine Arts graduate education call it "a transformative experience."

Work and go to school at the same time. Study on your own terms, in your own time, with seven- to ten-day, on-campus intensives conveniently scheduled every six months in beautiful Montpelier, Vermont.

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