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Inaugural Indie Comic Expo promotes VCU comic artists

Running on the Cabell Screen Nov. 11-30 The inaugural Richmond Indie Comic Expo (RICE), planned by VCU School of the Arts students and hosted at James Branch Cabell Library, takes place Nov. 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free and open to all, the expo offers artists tabling to discuss and sell their work […]

Botanical art exhibit inspired by ‘Wildflowers’ digital collection

Showing on the Cabell Screen Nov. 1 – 30 VCU Libraries hosts “Ancarrow’s List: Native Plants at the River’s Edge” in James Branch Cabell Library. See the exhibit on the first floor during regular library hours. Inspired by Newton Ancarrow’s compendium of wildflowers native to the James River, the exhibit features selected botanical illustrations from […]

AFO Time Studio explores sight and vision in animation

Showing on the Cabell Screen Nov. 1 – 15. Sasha Waters Freyer’s AFO Time Studio students explored the idea of Double vision in a 45-60 second animations. Double vision could refer to seeing double or interpreted as “second sight” or it could be a medical, spiritual or aesthetic state. This Cabell Screen presentations contains fast-flashing animations […]

Halloween Images from the Comic Arts Collections

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. 

Folk Festival Art and VCU Ties

Showing during October The biggest show in RVA this fall is the annual Richmond Folk Festival, Oct. 11-13 2019.  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, a […]

Candid Campus 2019: Another year of big smiles and high hopes

Running through September. “The Compass is at the heart of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Monroe Park Campus. It’s an outdoor area between the library, the dining hall and Hibbs Hall where people congregate, organizations set up tables and students show off their dance moves. It’s the heart of campus, but it’s also a window into the VCU community, […]

2019 Exhibit Reprise

Showing on the Cabell Screen starting August 14 are exhibits for Kinetic Imaging, Emanata, and Home Sweet Home.  Kinetic Imaging students experimented with concept, medium, technique and narrative for their projects. Emanata is a student-run publication dedicated to providing avenues for comic creators to publish their work. The staff of Emanata works with contributors to amplify their […]

3D models of Agecroft artifacts create exhibit accessibility

The Agecroft exhibit will show on the Cabell Screen afternoons until July 2.  Agecroft Hall & Gardens is a majestic Tudor manor house brought to Virginia from Manchester, England. Built in Lancashire, England in the 16th century, Agecroft  was the home of the landed gentry Langley and Dauntesey families for four centuries. By the mid-1920’s, the […]

Kinetic Imaging students experiment with concepts and narrative

Beginning Thursday, May 23, selected work from the Class of 2019 and 2020, Kinetic Imaging students, is showing on the Cabell Screen. Students experimented with concept, medium, technique and narrative. The exhibit features: Monique Brown’s “Pendulum” an experimental animation for testing movement of swinging and a smooth flow of animated frames and “Speed” an animation reflecting visible […]

Edge: 2019 Qatar Fashion Show pushes boundaries

Exhibit will be running on Cabell Screen beginning May 23. “Edge,” the 20th annual Qatar Fashion show took place April 27. Created to support and interact with the developing Qatar fashion industry the fashion show is puts talent in touch with the industry. “The “Edge” theme is about undefining boundaries to discover new and unique […]

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