Will Low-Residency Work for Me? The Real Story.

Study on your own terms, in your own time, with seven-day, on-campus intensives conveniently scheduled every six months in beautiful Montpelier, Vermont. 

Download the free article by award-winning writer and VCFA faculty David Jauss, on why the VCFA model is at the forefront of graduate arts education today. 

For more than thirty years, Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA) has been a pioneer in innovative fine arts graduate education. Students come because of our rigorous course of study, our emphasis on the creative process, and to work closely with our award-winning faculty members. They come to create an extraordinary portfolio of fiction, nonfiction, poetry or writing for younger readers; of visual art, graphic design, film or music composition. But above all, they come to begin impassioned conversations that will carry them through four semesters of artistic immersion.

Find out why faculty member David Jauss writes:

"Today, I still value those experiences enormously, but if I could do it all over again, I would enroll in a low-residency Master of Fine Arts program."

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Free article: Why the low-residency MFA at Vermont College of Fine Arts is the future of graduate education


 

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