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  1. Dog Sees God by Bert V. Royal »

    Wednesday Feb 17 - Saturday Feb 20

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Hawes Studio Theatre, Porterfield Hall

    Being a cartoon character isn’t easy as it seems, especially when they have to grow up like real people. Bert V. Royal’s Dog Sees God is a clever, irreverent “what if” some of America’s favorite cartoon kids were human teenagers. This play is intended for mature audiences. Free admission. Hawes Studio Theatre Series is free; however tickets for the productions are available online at rutheatretickets.universitytickets.com or at the Porterfield Box Office during the week of the show. For more information call (540) 831-5141 or visit www.radford.edu/theatre.
  2. Juried Photography Show »

    Friday Feb 19 - Thursday Mar 3

    All day @ RUAM Gallery Downtown

    A juried photography show for students in the New River Valley area. Free admission. For gallery hours and more information call (540) 831-5754, email ruartmuseum@radford.edu or visit www.radford.edu/rumuseum.
  3. Juried Photography Show Reception »

    Friday Feb 19

    5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. @ RUAM Gallery Downtown

    Meet the photographers. A juried photography show for students in the New River Valley area. Free admission. For more information call (540) 831-5754, email ruartmuseum@radford.edu or visit www.radford.edu/rumuseum.
  4. Dog Sees God by Bert V. Royal »

    Sunday Feb 21

    2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. @ Hawes Studio Theatre, Porterfield Hall

    Being a cartoon character isn’t easy as it seems, especially when they have to grow up like real people. Bert V. Royal’s Dog Sees God is a clever, irreverent “what if” some of America’s favorite cartoon kids were human teenagers. This play is intended for mature audiences. Free admission. Hawes Studio Theatre Series is free; however tickets for the productions are available online at rutheatretickets.universitytickets.com or at the Porterfield Box Office during the week of the show. For more information call (540) 831-5141 or visit www.radford.edu/theatre.

News

  1. Radford University exhibits the first Southwest Virginia Juried Student Photography Competition »

    2/10/2016

    The Radford University photography program is collaborating with other colleges in the region for the new the Southwest Virginia Juried Student Photography Competition. The resulting exhibition is at the Radford University Art Museum Downtown Feb. 19-March 3.

  2. Emmy-winning “American Horror Story” hair designer to share his craft at Radford University  »

    2/5/2016

    Frightful, glamorous, normal and sometimes even paranormal – these are some descriptions for the work of award-winning theatrical hair designer Monte Haught, who is leading a master class and talkback with students at Radford University in February.

  3. Juried Student Art Exhibit Results »

    2/4/2016

    The Radford University Art Museum’s annual Juried Student Exhibition features art celebrates the artistic merits of the student community. The show is up until Feb. 13 at the museum’s downtown Radford location.

  4. Student director takes spring project personally »

    2/4/2016

    What if our childhood comic strip icons grew up and became teenagers? Find out in Bert V. Royal’s “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” starting Feb. 17 at Radford University.

  5. The Wind Ensemble heads to Ireland in its first overseas tour »

    2/4/2016

    The Radford University Wind Ensemble is going to Ireland for an unprecedented tour in March. Though smaller ensembles from the Department of Music have traveled overseas, the Wind Ensemble is sending 42 students and four faculty members to present three performances.

  6. “The Art of Feng No. 3” opens at the Radford University Art Museum »

    1/21/2016

    In his third art exhibition at the Radford University Art Museum, Z. L. Feng brings the local landscape inside the gallery.

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