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VCAD Open House Offers Last Chance to Enroll in Winter Classes

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

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Potential students are invited to learn more about launching creative careers

The Visual College of Art and Design (VCAD) is hosting an Open House on December 7, 2013 from 12:00-3:00pm in Vancouver. Prospective students are invited to learn more about VCAD’s industry-leading programs, meet faculty and students, and explore the college’s downtown campus, labs and design facilities.

The Open House is the perfect venue to explore the art and design programs available at VCAD, and get the information needed to head back to school this winter.

VCAD's diploma programs are designed to ensure that graduates are successful in meeting the employment requirements of the fashion, graphic design, interior design, animation and video gaming industries. VCAD maintains close industry ties to continually assess its curriculum and gain insight about the needs of employers. As a result, students receive focused and specialized training that can be applied to their new art and design careers.

Open House attendees will have an opportunity to meet VCAD instructors and receive guidance on which VCAD program is best suited for their goals.

Those interested in learning more about the programs at VCAD can RSVP to the Open House or apply online today.