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Students explore commemorative landscapes in Richmond and beyond

Public monuments and memorials have a profound impact on our collective understanding of the past and help to determine which histories we will preserve and honor in the future. Professor Newman’s HIST 300: Historical Methods class investigated the histories and contemporary legacies of a variety of commemorative symbols located in the greater Richmond area and […]

Students learn design basics while exploring local sites

Cabell Screen is featuring the art of students from Elissa Armstrong’s Art Review Honors Course. During Art Review, a Fall 2020, five week Honor College module course, HONR 399-701, Fall 2020 , students visited prominent Richmond art sites, like the VMFA, the ICA, Kehinde Wiley’s Rumors of War statue, and Robert E. Lee’s monument, recently […]