Immersing herself in art
Christine Stoddard (B.A.’12/A; B.A.’12/H&S; Cert.’12/B), can’t be defined by one form of expression. The multitalented artist and writer’s new feature film, “Sirena’s Gallery,” tells the story of a Salvadoran American art gallery owner, played by Stoddard, who has to adapt to self-isolation, visions and navigating the world of e-commerce in the wake of her husband’s […]
Finding art in the every day: A conversation with artist and entrepreneur Earl Morris
In a recent interview, Morris talked about his passion for art and the meaning of, and story behind, his brand.
When one door closes: Alumna creates her own pathway to success after setback
Altimese Nichole Curry (B.S.'07/MC), leader of the VCU Alumni Lowcountry Chapter, takes over our Instagram account tomorrow, Nov. 8, to share her time at Homecoming.
Entertainment powered by alumni producer
Jennifer Osaki (B.F.A.’17/A) is a New York-based video producer for Thrillist, an online media website covering food, drink, travel and entertainment. She recently took over the VCU Alumni Instagram account to show us the latest trends and stories from around the world.
Alumni author combines passion for music with writing
Michael Hearst (B.M.’95/A) takes over the VCU Alumni Instagram account ahead of his March 13 event in New York City as part of the VCU Alumni ELEVATE Tour.
Alumnus credits VCU as the catalyst for his success
Recent graduate Arzan Dotivala (B.S.’18/En), wire design engineer at The Boeing Co., takes over the VCU Alumni Instagram this Monday.
Chartered in 1989, the VCU Alumni African-American Alumni Council has supported the success of African-American students from their first days on campus to graduation and beyond for nearly 30 years.
Designer. Podcast host. Sketch artist. One alumnus finds three artistic outlets for his creativity.
Minki Kim (B.F.A.'99/A), a New York based design director at Marriott International takes over the VCU Alumni Instagram account Monday!
In the days leading up to Karar Dance Co.’s October production, “Across Disciplines,” 24-year-old Kara Robertson (B.F.A.’16/A), the company’s artistic director, doesn’t seem anxious at all. She’s focused.