To enter the portfolio review, artists are asked to submit 10 images and an artist statement through the MFA in Visual Art’s application website.
Artist-Teachers, such as feminist art pioneer Harmony Hammond, draw innovative students to the MFA in Visual Art program each year.
All MAT students enrolling for summer 2017 will receive a $4,000 scholarship to support their commitment to serving K-12 students across the country, and their commitment to leveraging the arts to transform the world.
VCFA’s Graduate Studies in Art & Design Education welcomes renowned visiting artists and educators, including Dr. Lois Hetland, for workshops during summer residencies.
The MFA in Visual Art at Vermont College of Fine Arts is commemorating its 25th anniversary this year and the program will be hosting a series of alumni exhibitions around the country.
Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA) has committed $100,000 in scholarship funding to the MFA in Visual Art incoming class of January 2016. These new funds allow the college to provide each incoming student with a significant scholarship package applied to all four semesters.