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Event May 14, 2024

PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

Join us to learn more about our low residency MFA programs and the application process. In this session we will discuss: MFA Program Overview What...
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Event May 9, 2024

Writing Alumnx Virtual Reading Series

The virtual Writing Alumnx Reading Series continues this winter and spring with events on Thursday evenings once a month via Zoom. In collaboration with a...
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Event May 8, 2024

PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

Join us to learn more about our low residency MFA programs and the application process. In this session we will discuss: MFA Program Overview What...
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Event May 7, 2024

PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

Join us to learn more about our low residency MFA programs and the application process. In this session we will discuss: MFA Program Overview What...
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Event April 22, 2024

Financial Aid Information Sessions

We welcome you to join one of the upcoming info sessions below. We will provide an overview of the financial aid process, from filing the...
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Event April 19, 2024

Collage Club with Ian Lynam

VCFA’s MFA in Graphic Design will be hosting “Collage Club”, a synchronous remote talk and workshop by Faculty Ian Lynam on April 19 from 7:00...
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Event April 18, 2024

PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

Join us to learn more about our low residency MFA programs and the application process. In this session we will discuss: MFA Program Overview What...
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Event April 17, 2024

WCYA Book Birthday Parties

With all book tours going remote in 2020, VCFA’s MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults program began our Book Birthday Parties, a virtual...
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Event April 17, 2024

VCFA Book Bag with MFA in Writing Faculty

Informal faculty discussion about which books they have read recently. Faculty for this event includes Clifford Thompson, David Wojahn, Barbara Hurd, Caleb Curtiss, Hasanthika Sirisena,...
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Event April 17, 2024

Presentation on Microtonality with Frank J. Oteri

The history of microtonality has largely been a history of evolution towards a greater variety of intervals and towards incorporating intervals that either match or...
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