Two-time Goddard graduate Mike Alvarez (IMA ’10, MFAW ’13) was awarded the prestigious Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. The fellowship honors and supports young New Americans – immigrants and children of immigrants—to use their graduate training in this country to make distinctive contributions to American life. Mike will receive up to $90,000 […]
MFAIA co-Chair Ruth Wallen in conversation with recent graduates, Greer Reed and Adam Cates, MFAIA-VT F2020. During part one of this interview, conducted in November, 2020, Greer discussed their creative practices prior to graduate study, her motivation for enrolling in the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts Program, and her experiences during her first semester. Ruth Wallen: […]
The Puppeteer Pod It’s Monday on a fall afternoon, when I arrive at the Bread & Puppet Theater on the Heights Road, also known as RT 122 in Glover Vermont. I can hear the puppeteers chatting and doing dishes in the kitchen on their day off. Two veteran puppeteers agreed to sit in the backyard […]
Pugs (Daniel Seung) Pugliese, along with a couple of his peers, reflects on his his experience at Goddard’s low residency MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts program. All photographs were taken by Pugs during graduating weekend, which took place in January 2020. Three months out from receiving my MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College, I find […]
Goddard MFAW faculty Aimee Liu: “You never know what you’ll get to be grateful for.” That’s what Carolyn would have said, had she lived to see the waves of protests marching across America since Donald Trump’s inauguration.