Student Showcase 2021

Providing a showcase and a sharing space for student artwork is a key role of the Cabell Big Screen. This Student Showcase, on display through Jan. 31, shows work produced in 2021. Students, please contact us if you have ideas for projects or simply want to share some of your work. Works were self-submitted by students […]

Reprise Honors Art Review GIF’s

During Art Review, a Fall 2021, five week Honor College module course, students visited prominent Richmond art sites, like the VMFA, the ICA, Kehinde Wiley’s Rumors of War statue, and Monument Avenue. Learning Photoshop basics, and the basic principles and elements of art and design, students incorporated photo documentation with Photoshop tools to create a […]

Reprise: Student photography project

In an age where every 60 seconds 140,000 images are uploaded to Facebook, image production and literacy are more important than ever.  Learn how to use the photographic tools we already have with us everyday, to create compelling images, stories and videos that will cut through the digital clutter of our daily image feeds. John […]

Exams Season: Cabell Screen dark

With a few brief exceptions, no exhibits will run on the Cabell Screen Nov 19. 4 through Dec. 13. During the study days leading up to exams, the Cabell Screen will not be showing exhibitions. Regular shows–many featuring end-of-semester student work–will return beginning with winter Commencement and continuing throughout January.

Alcorn explores the art of the Ife and Benin

“Out of Africa” running on the Cabell Screen until Oct.15Watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at Stephen Alcorn is a professor with VCUarts Communication Arts department. “Out of Africa,” his latest exhibit on the Cabell screen, explores the artistic mastery of the Ife and Benin cultures. Alcorn had this to say about his work, “The […]

Candid Campus 2021: excited to be back

“Candid Campus” running on the Cabell Screen until Oct.15Watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at The Compass, at the center of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Monroe Park Campus, has been quieter since early 2020. On Tuesday, it came alive as students returned to class, picked up lunch from Shafer Court Dining Center to eat on […]

“Knock Knock” explores concepts of self using experimental production

“Knock Knock” running on the Cabell Screen until Oct.15Watch on the Cabell Library Ramcam at (Eli)zabeth Owens, a VCU alum, is a musician and video artist. Their ten years of classical training coupled with their experience in production and film sound design creates Owens’ unique sound and visual style.  “Knock Knock,” Owen’s sophomore album, […]

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 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 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 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 […]

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