The work, donated by TV and film writer and producer Norman Lear, will be sold to benefit the college’s “Art for Access” program.
An ordinance passed last year in Burlington, Vermont, directs city funds for public art only to work that is permanent and purchased from individual artists.
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.
“The words are growing in the field, and they hover above the page. They’re like flowers, and I pick the ones I like,” says Mary Ruefle.
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.
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As she became a commercial success, Grandma Moses was tagged an “outsider” artist — but she emerged “inside” the art world, among modernists.
As promised, today we inaugurate the first edition of our newly minted Mail Art Bulletin, catchy, ain’t it? And we start with this work from a rather
hunky talented Vermont-based trio, Wreck & Salvage.
Today’s cutest news of the day ever: superstar comic artist James Kochalka, of American Elf fame, has just been named the Cartoonist Laureate of Vermont. He is the second Cartoonist Laureate in the United States; the only other state to have one is Alaska. Random? Yes. Awesome? Definitely.