Alumni

Staying in touch with our alumni/ae is a priority for us here at Vermont College of Fine Arts. Do you have news you'd like to share? Please share your news here, and we'll do our best to promote your accomplishments on our VCFA media resources. Please visit our Facebook page where alumni/ae take part in dynamic conversation.

Have you settled? Does your work need a jump start? Stir it up with a postgraduate semester!

Come back to Montpelier for a 6-month semester study to reinvigorate your writing or art practice. You can once again be a part of the dynamic Vermont College of Fine Arts community as well as an active participant in the exciting dialogues with faculty, visiting lecturers, guests and MFA candidates that characterize every residency.

For more information visit the links below to your specific program:

We look forward to seeing you back on campus. Help us keep you up to date with all that's happening on campus and with your fellow VCFA alumni/ae. Do you have new contact information? Please click here and let us know so we can update our records.

Here is a full list of contact information for our offices here at VCFA.

News

2014 Pushcart Prize Anthology Includes Work by Faculty & Alumni

Vermont College of Fine Arts' MFA in Writing faculty and alumni are well-represented in ...

Two WCYA Writers on the New York Public Library's List: Children’s Books - 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing

Two Writing for Children & Young Adults writers are listed in the recently released New York...

Susan Levi Wallach, ’11 W, wins First Place in Fiction in 2013 Porter Fleming Literary Competition

Susan Levi Wallach,  ’11 W, won first place in fiction in the 2013 Porter Fleming Literary...

Best-Selling Author Wally Lamb, '84 W, Publishes New Novel

Best-selling novelist Wally Lamb, a 1984 graduate of the MFA in Writing, has published the novel...

Made of Shade: Sundee Frazier, '04 WCYA, on JET's Book List for Young Readers

JET, the number one African-American newsweekly with more than 7 million readers, has included...

Events

Film Screening: "Computer Chess" / MFA in Film

Director Andrew Bujalski screens and discusses his film, "Computer Chess." The MFA in Film spring residency presents award-winning directors offering screenings and a post-screening discussion. The events are free and open to the public. http://www.vcfa.edu/film-events

Preview: Director Debra Granik / MFA in Film

Director Debra Granik previews and discusses her new work. The MFA in Film spring residency presents award-winning directors offering screenings and a post-screening discussion. The events are free and open to the public. http://www.vcfa.edu/film-events

Film Screening: "Winter's Bone" / MFA in Film

Director Debra Granik screens and discusses her four-time Academy Award nominee, "Winter's Bone". The MFA in Film spring residency presents award-winning directors offering screenings and a post-screening discussion. The events are free and open to the public. http://www.vcfa.edu/film-events

Special Program: Perspectives on Films / MFA in Film

Former owner of the Savoy Theater Rick Winston and local English teachers present and discuss Stanley Kubric's "Paths of Glory". The MFA in Film spring residency presents award-winning directors offering screenings and a post-screening discussion. The events are free and open to the public. http://www.vcfa.edu/film-events

Spotlights

Political Divisions in America Inspire Former Corporal to Write Trilogy for Young Adults

Trent Reedy, a 2008 graduate of the MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults, recently...

Faculty Member Elizabeth Partridge Discusses Latest Book about Dorothea Lange

In an interview by alumna Linda Washington, '12 WCYA, author Elizabeth Partridge described the...

Jackie Lalley, '98 W, Views Communication Through a Poet's Eyes

Jackie Lalley, '98 W, co-founder of Yodelpop, a creative marketing and design firm based in...

Visual Art Alumna Reflects on Current Economy

As the U.S. economy sits on a seesaw, members of the art community are reflecting on the flux...

Wedding bells for 81-year-old mystery writer Cynthia Riggs, '00W, sixty years later

More than 60 years ago, mystery writer Cynthia Riggs, '00 W, was working at a marine laboratory...

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Contact:

Kelley Bordeleau Lamb

Director of Development & Alumni Affairs
Phone: 802-828-8544
Email: Kelley.Lamb@vcfa.edu


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