Student Media Showcase

Showing through January 2024 Student media at VCU is big and broad–from legacy publications like the student newspaper that’s been around since the school was formed to cutting-edge digital publications. The Student Media Center on Broad Street houses nine student-run media organizations available on various media platforms — newspaper, radio, literary and arts journals, digital […]

Emeritus faculty Chuck Scalin:  50+ years of collage and assemblage works 1971-2023 

Showing on the Cabell Screen through fall semester.  “A Career of Collage” celebrates the multi-layered artistic life of longtime educator Chuck Scalin. In addition to the Cabell Screen show, some of these works are on exhibit at the  Boyd Realty Art Gallery,  6784 Forest Hill Ave., through Sept. 16.    Scalin makes his mixed-media collages with […]

Study Abroad Snapshots

In partnership with the VCU Global Education Office, VCU Libraries presents “Study Abroad Snapshots,” an exhibit on the Cabell Screen. These photos are snapshots taken by VCU students during their experience abroad during spring and summer 2023. The Fall 2024 Global Learning Fair will be held on the Commons Plaza from 10 a.m to 2 […]

Creepy images from the Comic Arts Collection

Showing through Oct. 31. Images of creepy comics from Cabell Library’s  vast Comic Arts Collection are on view in honor of Halloween and the haunting season. See all of them on VCU Libraries Flickr channel. 

Images showcase free and open resources

Showing on the Cabell Screen fall semester October 23-29, VCU Libraries is celebrating Open Access Week. Open Access Week is an opportunity for the academic and research community to learn about the benefits of open access, coordinate in taking action to make openness the default for research and education, and ensure that equity is at […]

Richmond Folk Festival Posters and Ties to VCU

Showing during October The biggest show in RVA in the fall is the annual Richmond Folk Festival, Oct. 13-15, 2023. The multi-day event brings some 200,000 people to the riverfront “to celebrate the roots, richness and variety of American culture through music, dance, traditional crafts, storytelling and food.” The festival offers more than 30 performers, […]

Students explore the concept of censorship in Jurgen Comics Contest

Showing on the Cabell Screen this fall semester, images from the annual Jurgen contest. This exhibit showcases comic arts from a VCU Libraries-sponsored contest in the last academic year. These student artists brought wit, imagination and passion to the challenge of creating comics on the topic of censorship and self-censorship. This exhibit celebrates artists’ talents […]

Labor Day: More than a holiday

Showing through Sept. 5 Labor Day is much more than the unofficial end of summer or the start of the election season or a day for the beach and picnics and a Monday holiday making a three-day weekend. This display honors U.S. workers and recognizing the contributions of the American labor movement to improved working […]

Maggie Colangelo

Showing through August Maggie Colangelo is a VCU alum of communication arts and environmental studies. While volunteering in the Virtual Curation Laboratory, she developed the idea of Founding Monsters and was awarded a VCU Fellowship for Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry to pursue the project.

Reprise DEEPER: An Illustrative Experience of the Mind and Body

Showing through August This solo exhibition is an inviting portrayal of alumnus Nickolai Walko’s medically inspired works. The title, “DEEPER” references not only the idea of physically going further into the body but also explores the ever- expansive realm of the mind. Each individual piece is activated by the action of being hand-cut with an […]

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