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ART LED explore multiple mediums while learning how to teach

Showing November Showcasing the art of the Fall 2022 students in the VCU Art Education Department. Students in the VCUarts Education program are encouraged to explore a myriad of media, everything from painting to film and design, rather than focusing on one studio area. Artists featured:Wejdan AboalkhoyourJordan BlakeJack BolvariLindsay BowmanSamantha BremAshley CorvinKate Feddersen (she/they/her)Lilly HowardMadison […]

Richmond Folk Festival Poster Art and VCU

Showing during October The biggest show in RVA in the fall is the annual Richmond Folk Festival, Oct. 7-9, 2022. 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, […]

VCU Faculty, Art 180 and Advocates for Richmond Youth use art to promote healing

On the screen Sept. 26 – Oct. 28 Advocates for Richmond Youth (ARY) is a participatory action research team that was formed in 2014 by Dr. Alex Wagaman in the VCU School of Social Work. The team is made up of youth and young adults with lived experiences of housing instability and homelessness. Together they […]

Student Showcase 2022

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 June 30, shows work produced in 2022. 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 […]

Communication Arts Expo: Seniors showcase their work

Showing through May 2022 A collection of digital and traditional work from the Class of 2022, Communication Arts graduating students. All of the work shown and more will be on display during the CommArts Senior Expo, April 8 through April 9, located in the Richmond Salons in the Student Commons. Come by for a chance […]

Honoring Murry N. DePillars

Showing through May 2022 Murry N. DePillars, Ph.D., served as Dean of VCU’s School of the Arts from 1976 until 1995. DePillars nurtured a fertile period of progress at VCUarts. Under his leadership, enrollment nearly doubled and the faculty grew in size and stature. DePillars’ vision and action are largely credited with establishing the school […]

VCU students explore Jurgen with wit and skillful visual storytelling

Showing through May 2022 Student artists explored the complex relationship between art and society in VCU Libraries’ inaugural Jurgen Banned Art Comics Contest.  Supported by generous funding from the Cabell Library Associates, this year’s contest focused on the events and issues surrounding the 1920 censorship of James Branch Cabell’s Jurgen: A Comedy of Justice by […]

Mimi Ọnụọha, data visualization artist opens new Creative Inquiries series

Showing through April 2022 Cutting-edge Nigerian-American artist Mimi Ọnụọha, who explores issues of race, fairness and data in her work, is the first speaker in the new series Creative Inquiries that VCU Libraries is launching March 24.  This exhibit showcases Ọnụọha’s work which asks provocative questions about the relationship between people and data. “Ọnụọha looks beyond […]

Beauty of Digital Histology, an open educational resource

Showing through April 2022 March 7-11 is Open Education Week, an international celebration 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 […]

Barry O’Keefe collaborates with JXN to highlight Jackson Ward luminaries

Local artist Barry O’Keefe works in printmaking, painting and public art. He teaches in Communications Arts with VCUArts. O’Keefe also works with several nonprofits in Richmond including Milk River Arts, Art 180 and the Visual Arts Center of Richmond.  Thematically, his work engages with cultural amnesia, neglected public spaces, and the design of the contemporary […]

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