Sunday, July 22, 2007

Vincent Blas, MFA Blog Contributor

Vincent Blas likes to visually turn the world around in all sorts of directions. He graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a B.A. in English Literature. His favorite authors include David Guterson, Flannery O’Connor, and J.R.R. Tolkien. Vincent skateboarded through his undergraduate years with much appreciation for Medieval Literature and Eighteenth-Century Literature. His personal blog can be found at:


Conor Robin Madigan said...

I am SO biased. I can't help myself sometimes. But I'm really trying my best to expose the rift between the two MFA worlds. It's massive and there's big bitterness in the art world for the university MFA programs. I know a little why. But it's just great to hear more and more. You know anything about html? We're trying to design the blog so that only about a hundred words are exposed. any ideas please let me know.

Unknown said...

We KNOW. That's fine. Bitterness is not a good thing. ART vs. English CWFAs is a great topic for a Phd Thesis.

Margaret said...

I found some useful information on creating "expandable" blog posts here and here. This is an "lj-cut" type hack for Blogger.