Join VCAD for its Spring Graduation Ceremony on May 5, 2011

Join VCAD for its Spring Graduation Ceremony on May 5, 2011

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) April 29, 2011

VCAD is proud to reward and celebrate a new group of talented and passionate students. Students from all VCAD programs will join friends, family and the general public in celebrating their hard work and achievements as they get ready to tackle new careers in the art and design field.

VCAD’s professionally-oriented programs combine theoretical learning with hands-on training. Through VCAD’s art and design programs, students learn to turn their creative passion into technical and professional skills.

The college has six unique programs – Graphic Design, Interior Design, Fashion Design, Marketing and Merchandising for Fashion, 3D Modeling Animation and Web Design – and graduates from all programs will come together on May 5th to celebrate their achievements.

The spring graduation ceremony will be held at the Michael J. Fox Theatre, 7373 MacPherson Avenue in Burnaby. Students, along with their family, friends and the general public are invited to join the festivities as learners are awarded their diplomas and certifications. The ceremony starts promptly at 7:30 p.m.

If you’re interested in launching an exciting career in art and design, head to for more information about the programs available. You can also find VCAD on Facebook and Twitter.

About VCAD

VCAD (http://www. is an art and design school focused on inspiring creativity where the instructors share the same commitment, desire and passion for art and design as the students. Diploma programs in Interior Design, 3D Modeling Animation, Web Design, Fashion Design, Graphic Design and Marketing and Merchandising for Fashion, have quarterly start dates to maximize flexibility for students.

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