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  • Campus Candids 2017: New faces at VCU

    Showing through October. The first few days of the school year are always buzzing with activity at Virginia Commonwealth University. And there’s no better place to capture the vibe and the excitement than on the Compass. University Marketing set up a basic white backdrop on the Compass – just outside James Branch Cabell Library – […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • Jack Kirby Centennial: The King of Comics

    Known as the King of Comics, Jack Kirby was one of the comic arts’ most innovative and influential creators. The son of Austrian immigrants, Jack Kirby was born Jacob Kurtzberg on August 28, 1917. He taught himself to draw, and got his first newspaper job drawing editorial cartoons at the age of 18. When he […]

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  • Have ideas for the big screen?

    Are you a student who wants to submit your artwork to the Cabell Screen to be shown during regular Student Showcases? Email or submit your information online. The first showcase is scheduled for late fall, 2017. It will run through January. Submissions are due by Dec. 1. Details and the blog about content on […]

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  • Cabell Screen Summer Showcase

    During the summer  (May – August), the Cabell Screen will showcase selections of student and faculty art and some selections from library collections. The shows will run continuously throughout the days.. Viewers will see title screens between groups of images and works that will include: “Wildflowers” photographs from  VCU Libraries Digital Collections (pictured at right) “Emanata” […]

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  • Graphic Design Student Work

    Showing through August. Work by students featured in the Graphic Design end-of-year show is on display. These projects, produced during the 2016-17 academic year, reflect sudents’ training in art and design, and their individual perspectives as creators. From books to pamphlets, magazines and posters—come see a selection of our design students’ most outstanding work. Graphic Design […]

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  • WORK: VCUarts Undergraduate Juried Show

    Showing through August. This spring’s undergraduate visual artists are coming to the Cabell Screen. The undergraduate portion of this spring’s end-of-year exhibitions, titled WORK, was held from March 24–April 9 at The Anderson and featured the curated art of the best and brightest talent in the Bachelor of Fine Arts programs. Produced during the 2016–17 academic […]

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  • Commencement Weekend: An array of student work on view

    During Commencement Weekend (Friday-Sunday, May 12-14) –the Cabell Screen will showcase varied student work. The shows will run continuously. Viewers will see title screens between groups of images and works that will include: “WORK,” works from the VCUarts Undergraduate Juried Show at The Anderson “Highlights and Chateaus,” photography majors’ senior thesis show “Blast Off,” an exhibit by Kinetic Imaging […]

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