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Selected Works from Poetic Mystery: Works from James Bumgardner

Showing through April, in the mornings. In partnership with the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA), the Cabell Screen presents images from the exhibition, Poetic Mystery: Works from James Bumgardner on display at the LCVA from  April 14 to May 16, 2018. The retrospective spans more than 50 years of work by the late […]

3D Scanned Skulls from the Virtual Curation Laboratory

Showing through April, in the evening. The Cabell Screen features models of skulls 3-D scanned by Bernard Means, Ph.D., an anthropology professor in the School of World Studies in the College of Humanities and Sciences. Dr. Means is the director of the Virtual Curation Laboratory, which specializes in the 3D scanning and 3D printing of […]

Alumni Week: 1969–The Start of VCU

Showing through April, in the afternoons. The hippies, the hair, the fashions, the intense looks and serious poses, the stop-the-war protests and the arts festival. This Cabell Screen exhibit, “1969: The Start of VCU” captures images from the 1969 yearbooks, The Cobblestone and the X-Ray, from the newly minted VCU. During the 2017-2018 academic year, […]

Kinetic Imaging class creates videos for the Cabell Screen

Showing through April 13, in the mornings. 18 students in Professor Bob Kaputof’s Video III class in the Kinetic Imaging department created videos and animations for the Cabell Screen as part of a class project in March. Kinetic Imaging is a department in VCU’s School of the Arts that focuses on work made within the […]