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    VCU Unity on display

    VCU students, faculty and staff will celebrate  VCU Unity on March 11, from 9 – 11 a.m. in Park Plaza. (Park Plaza is the courtyard/small amphitheater located behind Hibbs Hall and to the east of the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts.) This event will provide an opportunity to celebrate VCU’s diverse community and to show […]

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    VCU alumna Emily Herr shows “Girls! Girls! Girls!”

    Showing during the mornings on the Cabell Screen,  VCUarts Communication Arts alumna Emily Herr’s female-focused mural work of “Girls! Girls! Girls!” Alumna Emily Herr (Arts, 2013) is widely known in Richmond for her large murals.  Inspired by the Women’s March, Herr started the series with a mural on a Richmond garage door. She had been […]

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    Unmasked: Nickolai Walko’s Anatomical Art

    Showing in the afternoons on the Cabell Screen Nickolai Walko, a graduate of the VCU School of the Arts, has developed a unique and eye-catching form of image-making that hybridizes classical drawing and pop art. After placing a layer of black masking tape on a brightly colored panel or wall, covering the surface from edge […]

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    A Face of Change: Martin Luther King Jr.

    Showing on Jan. 21, 2019 and on other dates related to MLK events at VCU.  In honor of MLK Day 2019, a portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King displays on the Big Screen today. The piece is by Dallas-based illustrator Richie Pope, a former VCU School of the Arts student. The artwork displaying on the […]

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    Kyle Williams wins ’50: A Measure, a Marker, A Milestone’ contest

    Kyle Williams, a Communication Arts major (class of 2020) is the recipient of a $500 prize for the best-in-show entry in a VCU Libraries’ Cabell Screen contest honoring VCU’s 50th anniversary as a university. His video/gif “You Belong Here” depicts bold illustrations of VCU students from different decades. Williams sought photos of actual VCU students […]

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    Student exhibit “50: a measure, a marker, a milestone” Call for Art

    As Virginia Commonwealth University marks its 50th anniversary in 2018-19, the VCU Libraries invites students to submit their own vision or artistic articulation of “50” for a special anniversary exhibition on the Cabell Screen. Work can take the form of still images (photography or illustration), gifs or short videos. The Cabell Screen has no sound. […]

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    1968-69 ‘The First Year’ marks VCU’s History

    “The First Year” exhibit honors 1968-69 and the newly formed VCU and will show on the Cabell Screen all day on Nov. 30 and throughout December and into January 2019. When the Wayne Commission formed Virginia Commonwealth University in 1968, it merged two institutions – the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) and Richmond Professional Institute […]

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    ‘Photography is Magic’: Instagram short videos from PHTO-290 class.

    Showing during November in the mornings starting Nov. 7, Instagram-edited videos from the students of Professor John Freyer’s class, Photography is Magic. Students of the School of the Arts PHOTO 290 class taught by photography and film professor John D. Freyer’s show highlights from their “Photography is Magic” project. During the fall semester, the students […]

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