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About the Fellowship

Thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), VCCA previously offered three- to five-week fully-funded residencies for U.S. military veteran artists. Each veteran artist received a $1,000 honorarium for travel and/or supplies. A VCCA residency at Mt. San Angelo includes a private bedroom with private bath, a separate individual studio, and meals in a community of cross-disciplinary artists.

NEA Veteran Fellows

Writer Rachel Landsee Receives 2021 NEA Fellowship for Military Veterans

T.J. Anderson, III:

“The residency presented me with the opportunity to continue work on a project involving my ancestors who came from Lynchburg and Amherst County. I took advantage of the VCCA’s close proximity to several places that were helpful in terms of my work. I spent time during archival research at the Amherst Historical Society, and The Jones Memorial Library in Lynchburg, in addition to visiting the Monacan Tribal Museum, and Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. Thinking about the work also occurred away from museums and libraries. I used the time to walk the land, read, and connect with these lost voices through my practice as a musician, as well as a poet. The opportunity to converse with other artists was invaluable.”

Veteran Artist Jackie Munn Joins VCCA

Visual Artist and Veteran Davey Mann Comes to VCCA in January

An Update on Recent Collateral Reparations Fellows

NEA-Supported Writer Anna Stull Speaks about her Experiences in Iraq

NEA-Supported Military Veteran Writer Maurice Decaul at VCCA

Thanks to

National Endowment for the Arts

“The National Endowment for the Arts supports exemplary arts projects in communities nationwide through grantmaking, initiatives, partnerships, and events.”