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  • Student Work Showcase for Commencement Weekend 2018

    During Commencement Weekend (Friday-Sunday, May 11-13) 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: AFO Gif Gala, a gif competition from Arts Foundation students Videos from Professor Bob Kaputof’s Kinetic Imaging Video III class The Other Side, […]

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  • “Momentum”: VCUarts Fashion Hits the Runway

    Showing through summer. The Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts Department of Fashion Design + Merchandising presented “Momentum,” a juried fashion show highlighting the school’s rising designers. The professional runway show and gala event was organized by fashion merchandising students to showcase knitwear, dresses, menswear, and denim collections from fashion design students. After the […]

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  • Video Selections from “Sic Semper Tyrannis”

    Showing through summer. An established highlight in the VCUarts calendar, the annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition showcases the best of undergraduate creative production at VCU. In a departure from past years, for the 2018 exhibition students submitted works in response to a themed call. Issued by juror Alex Klein, this year’s call Sic Semper Tyrannis asks […]

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  • Emanata: Vol.5, Help!

    Showing through summer. Emanata, a comics anthology, was started by illustrator and comics artist Chris Kindred in 2014 with Weird, Vol. 1. Emanata is a student-run publication dedicated to encouraging the comics community at VCU and the greater Richmond area by providing avenues for students and alumni to publish their work in an anthology. The […]

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  • The Other Side: A Print Exchange

    Showing through April 27, 4-8 p.m. A Painting and Printmaking class lead by Brooke Inman in VCU’s School of the Arts has created an printmaking portfolio, The Other Side, to exchange with California College of Art. Each student created a unique print using archival traditional or experimental printmaking techniques, including intaglio, lithography, relief, screen and […]

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  • Feminist Social Theory class presents final artwork

    Showing May 1 12:30-3 p.m. The Feminist Social Theory class (GSWS 301) has dedicated its semester-long social action project to the topic of mass incarceration. This project involved working with Health Brigade and gaining access to the Chesterfield Women’s Diversion Center to have a workshop day with women currently incarcerated.  The class created a workshop, […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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