In 2011, VCFA created the first low-residency master’s in graphic design. Today, this student-centered, inquiry-based program is a leader in design education.
VCFA Visual Art sustains lasting alumnx engagement through exciting public events, workshops, and the Artists Against Fascism collective.
VCFA will confer an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to the award-winning designer and businesswoman in a live-streamed public ceremony on February 16 at 6:30pm EST.
A remote residency at VCFA’s MFA in Graphic Design brought together students, faculty, and visiting designers from all over the world for a week of workshops, critique, and collaboration.
The first-ever virtual exhibitions from VCFA feature the work of graduating, new, and returning students, on view until September 20.
Join VCFA’s MA in Art & Design Education for their one-year, low-residency program designed to fit with your current work as a preK–12 art educator.
Strike a balance through the low-residency MFA in Graphic Design at the Vermont College of Fine Arts.
The award reflects the College’s continued support of diverse students from a variety of cultural, racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Howard-Sheridan, a VCFA MFA in Graphic Design Faculty Member, had five of her publications featured at the annual design festival in Mexico.
Students take part in five installations, learning best practices in professional exhibition.
Andres L. Hernandez, workshop faculty in VCFA’s Graduate Studies in Art & Design Education program, practices what he teaches.
How do works of art become acts of political discourse? How might artists be at the center of viable, enduring, meaningful resistance and dialogue within their communities?