VCU artists conclude interrupted Senior exhibits at Branch House

“Quality Time” running on the Cabell Screen until Aug. 20 Watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at go.vcu.edu/cabellramcam Quality Time, showing through Aug. 20 at The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design, brings together the diverse work of 10 young Virginia Commonwealth University alumni. As many people across the globe experienced in 2020, this group of […]

Founding Monsters exhibit features student comic art

Watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at go.vcu.edu/cabellramcam Through the summer, a selection of panels from the comic book Founding Monsters is showing on the Cabell Screen. The comic book tells the story of the Founding Fathers and their obsession with prehistoric megafauna, especially mastodons and giant ground sloths. The comic is a collaboration between artist […]

VCUarts Theatre Expo 2021: Seniors showcase their work

Watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at go.vcu.edu/cabellramcam Running through the summer on the Cabell Screen selected images from the Class of 2021, Department of Theatre students. The exhibit features:  Mitchell Ashe (BFA ‘21) played Melchior in our mainstage production of Spring Awakening. This is the first scene where the two main characters, Wendla and […]

Communication Arts 2021 Expo: Seniors showcase their portfolios

Watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at go.vcu.edu/cabellramcam Running through the summer, selected work from the Class of 2021, Communication Arts students, is showing on the Cabell Screen. The exhibit features:  Madeline Dang: Motion graphics artist and illustrator with a detailed eye making illustrations with delicate renderings. “Skulls Collide” and “Rendered Fun” Brigid Donahue: Illustrator […]

EMANATA 2020: Student comic artists publish “Hindsight”

Showing through May, watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at go.vcu.edu/cabellramcam. Started in 2014 with its first anthology, Weird, Vol. 1, Emanata is a student-run publication dedicated to providing avenues for comic creators to publish their work. The staff of Emanata works with contributors to amplify their skills through a personal one-on-one editorial process. Through […]

Reprise of ‘Wildflowers’

Showing through spring semester 2021 Between 1968 and 1971, Richmond environmentalist and James River advocate Newton Ancarrow snapped thousands of photographs of wildflowers, documenting more than 400 species, as he walked along the banks of the James River, searching for evidence of illegal sewage dumping into the river. Ancarrow, who is perhaps best remembered today […]

Cabell Screen celebrates Open Education Week

March 1-5 is Open Education Week, an international observation that aims to raise awareness about the positive impact of open education on teaching and learning worldwide. Open education is comprised of resources, tools and practices created through the use of free and openly licensed materials. These materials, known as Open Educational Resources (OER), allow users […]

BLM RVA 2021

The fourth version of the Richmond Virginia Black Lives Matter Art Show is all-virtual in 2021 and the Cabell Screen is showing select works from this significant community exhibit. University Public Affairs article about the project The full 2021 exhibition is available for viewing online. BLM RVA ART 2021 includes more than 130 works from […]

Hillary Fayle explores natural connections in Rooted: Botanical Collaborations

Hillary Waters Fayle received a MFA from VCUarts in 2013 , and a BFA from Buffalo State College. She is an Assistant Professor and directs the fiber program in the department of Craft/Material Studies. In Rooted: Botanical Connections she explores concepts of humanity’s interaction with the natural world. Fayle uses leaves as her medium and […]

A Face of Change: MLK Day 2021

Showing Jan. 17-18, 2021 related to MLK events at VCU.  In honor of MLK Day 2021, a portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King displays on the Cabell Library Screen. The piece is by Dallas-based illustrator Richie Pope, a former VCU School of the Arts student. The artwork displaying on the big screen is a cropped […]

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