VCFA President Tom Greene signs joint statements condemning recent acts of discrimination

Gov. SealGreene joined Gov. Peter Shumlin, Lt. Gov. and Governor-elect Phil Scott, and Vermont college and university presidents in signing a statement titled “In Support of Diversity, Equity & Inclusiveness.” He also signed an open letter, along with 110 college and university presidents from around the country, asking President-Elect Donald Trump to condemn recent acts of hate. 

VCFA launches new Artists Development Fund with $1 million gift

The Artists Development fund is geared toward emerging writers, visual artists, graphic designers, teachers, musicians, and filmmakers who are looking to further their education with an advanced degree. The Fund will help financially support artists from diverse backgrounds by providing them access to the highest level of graduate arts education.

Giving Tuesday - November 27, 2018

Giving Tuesday 2018We hope you will consider a gift to VCFA on #GivingTuesday and help support scholarships, alumni initiatives, residency events, and more. Follow along as we track our total raised throughout the day and help VCFA spread the word about our philanthropic efforts by sharing our posts on social media using the hashtags #GivingTuesday and #SupportVCFA.

VCFA Collaborates with For Freedoms for 50 State Initiative

Selected work(s) will be shown in a public, outdoor screening and projected on to a building in Montpelier, VT. The screening will take place in early/mid-October—exact date TBA.

Submission Open Call, Guidelines & Eligibility

To apply, students must submit work correlate to the ideas in Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms affirming the inalienable human rights of:

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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