Category results for: Faculty Work

Call to artists: Submit by May 17 to ‘UNcommon/UNconventional’ exhibit

To celebrate the unique character of VCU and RVA, VCU Libraries seeks visual works of art for a curated exhibit for The Cabell Screen.  The art selected for “UNcommon/UNconventional” should capture, suggest, or evoke feelings of wonder, appreciation, and joy in the singular places and people who make up Virginia Commonwealth University and the urban […]

“Reflections” exhibit celebrates new space and local artists’ work

To celebrate the opening of its new Reflection Room, VCU Libraries offers “Reflections,” an exhibit of student, faculty, alumni and community art on the Cabell Screen. The exhibit debuts Jan. 16 when classes resume on the Monroe Park Campus.  The Reflection Room in James Branch Cabell Library is a new space designed to help students […]

Screen is dark until Jan. 15

Programming on the Cabell Screen is suspended until the spring semester. The first exhibit of 2024 will be “Reflections,” a collection of faculty, student and community artists’ work.

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 […]

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, […]

The Mystery of Missing Megafauna combines comic arts and archaeology

Showing through May Artist Maggie Colangelo, VCU alum of communications arts and environmental studies , and Bernard K. Means, Ph.D., assistant professor in the VCU School of School of World Studies and director of the Virtual Curation Laboratory, collaborated once more to create a new more scientific exploration on megafauna. The Mystery of the Missing Megafauna explores […]

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

Reprised for January 2023 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 design and conduct research […]

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 […]

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 […]

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