Category results for: Faculty 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 […]

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 […]

Professor John Freyer participates in VCUarts Tate Exchange

Showing through March 9 (mornings). Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts (VCUarts) has a new partnership with Tate Exchange, at Tate Modern London. Artist John Freyer, an assistant professor at VCUarts, will be the school’s first Tate Exchange Associate. He will be in residency in London from June 26 to July 1, 2018. Freyer […]

Anne Wright collects scenes from the James River Park System

Showing March evenings (4-10 p.m.) As Outreach Director for Life Sciences and Center for Environmental Studies, Anne Wright spends her days helping to disseminate scientific knowledge to the community at large. “A problem in this country is science not being accepted and digested by the general public,” she said. “The scientific community has got to […]

Black History Month: Images from RVA and alumni artists

This month, a group of artists, many with ties to VCU, is showing works that explore themes of justice, fairness and the challenges of African-Americans in our society. They are sharing some of those works with the Cabell Screen for a special Black History Month exhibit. The Cabell Screen exhibit runs mornings throughout February and on […]

Faculty Works from the Arts Research Institute

Showing through October (mornings). The Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts has launched its Arts Research Institute, which will serve faculty in their creative research and interdisciplinary practices across the university. A catalyst for transformational hybrid research, the Arts Research Institute will be nestled in the university’s innovative Depot building on Broad Street, and […]

Pattern Language for a Social Fabric

Showing through October.  “Pattern Language for a Social Fabric” is an experiment in open-printing and artistic collaboration. The process was intended to develop a creative practice that eliminated any possibility of isolating singular contributions within a collaborative whole, while simultaneously allowing artists to engage the work as primary creators. In the summer of 2016, images were […]

Saturday on the Big Screen: For Monument 10K

Showing Saturday, April 1. VCU is at the center of activity for Saturday’s Monument Avenue 10K. This race is not really about the exercise. It’s a community event with 30,000 participants, many in costume and many just cheering on the sidelines. Named one of the best races in the country by USA Today, Richmond’s biggest block […]

Visual Music

Showing through April 7. The abstract animation in Visual Music speaks to the essence of an experience or may evoke a feeling and has an underlying structure much in the way that music does. Pure forms – points, lines, planes – can, like notes, chords and scales, be arranged in time and space, free from the […]

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