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VCU Opera – Live-Streamed Event

Sunday, April 25 4-6 pm VCU OPERA has chosen to present some of their favorite excerpts with orchestra and piano from the last 10 years for your enjoyment via this live-stream link: go.vcu.edu/concerthall. You will enjoy tasty tidbits from: Hansel and Gretel, The Gondoliers, The Magic Flute, Trouble in Tahiti, The Marriage of Figaro, A Little Nite […]

Writing Center Workshop: Artist Statement

 April 29, 12 p.m. In this interactive Zoom workshop, we will help break down what an artist statement is, how to write an artist statement, and why art students should focus on their writing skills. This workshop will discuss the essential ingredients of a functional artist statement and prepare you to discuss your artwork in […]

Virtual Jeopardy Games for a Cause

Friday, April 30th: 2-6PM; Saturday, May 1st: 2-6PM; Sunday, May 2nd: 1-5PM  On April 30th through May 2nd, the Chi Pi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity at VCU will be holding virtual jeopardy games. The winners of these games will receive a gift card. Each person that participates will pay an entry fee, and the […]

Internship Support Grants Now Open!

The Internship Grant Program supports current VCUarts students who are in need of financial assistance to participate in an internship that will expand a student’s professional experience and network. The deadline is rolling. Reviews begin April 19 and the application will stay open until all funding is awarded! For more information and to apply, click […]

VCUarts Faculty Lecture Series: Banking While Black

Banking While Black: Economic Violence Beyond the Black Wall Street MassacrePaul Rucker, Curator for Creative Collaboration April 20, 5:30—6:30 pmVirtual event Responding to the history of the Tulsa Race Massacre, which occurred 100 years ago, this lecture will address the destruction of the three Black Wall Street communities—Richmond, Durham and Tulsa—and look at the processes […]

Wavelength Lecture Series: Mohamed Bourouissa

April 27, 12—1:30 pm Mohamed Bourouissa implicitly describes contemporary society by its contours. With a critical take on the mass media image, the subjects of his photographs and videos are people left behind at the crossroads of integration and exclusion. Register here.

V Cubed: Virtual Volunteer at VCU

Become part of our community to rebuild volunteer connections between communities and students! Read more here and sign up here.

Wavelength Lecture Series: Virginia Lung

April 13, 12-1:30pm Founder of One Plus Partnership, Virginia has won over 700 international awards for their designs of cinemas, F & B outlets, retail stores, club houses and sales offices. Register here.

Support Survivors: Sign the Pledge

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. VCU’s Police Department is committed to the Start by Believing campaign, which encourages believing survivors when they disclose assaults. To sign the pledge, visit here and use campaign hashtag #VCUBelieves.

Exhibition: All That Is Lovely: FAB Gallery, March 25-April 10

Alex Mihalski + Peter Skudlarek FAB Gallery March 25-April 10  Closing Reception April 9, 4-6 pm An exhibition of works made with support from VCUarts Undergraduate Research Grant