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Vermont College of Fine Arts

The MFA in Writing Program Announces its Summer Visiting Writers

Our Visiting Writers are world-class authors in the fields of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. During each residency, our Visiting Writers deliver lectures and give readings from their latest works, as well as meet with students to discuss craft and approach. As you can see, our Visiting Writers comes to us from around the nation. The visiting writers for summer 2016 include creative nonfiction writer Alison Bechdel, poet Tarfia Faizullah, fiction writer James Hannaham, and poet Jamaal May.

Rigoberto Gonzalez and Matthew Dickman Reading at VCFA

Rigoberto Gonzalez and Matthew Dickman Reading at VCFA

Join us April 29th for an extraordinary evening of poetry and conversation as the MFA in Writing & Publishing program at VCFA welcomes Visiting Writer Rigoberto Gonzalez and Founding Faculty Matthew Dickman.

Kenneth FitzGerald, Portrait credit: Mark Andresen

Spring 2016 MFA in Graphic Design Residency Announces Guest Designer in Residence: Kenneth FitzGerald

VCFA MFA in Graphic Design program proudly welcomes Guest Designer in Residence, Kenneth FitzGerald, to our April 2016 residency.

Students at the Vermont Book Award Gala

Apply now for the Hunger Mountain Fellowship and the Vermont Book Award Fellowship

It's the moment you've been waiting for! Current and incoming writing students at VCFA are now invited to apply for these two awesome paid fellowships. Applications accepted until June 1, 2016.

Andres Hernandez Wins PXSTL Commission

Art & Design Workshop Faculty Member Andres Hernandez Wins PXSTL Commission

Hernandez, along with design partner and co-winner Amanda Williams, will begin designing with turning a blighted pocket of Grand Center, St. Louis, into a bright spot.