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News & Events
Original prints of internationally renowned Vietnamese woodblock artist Dinh Luc will be on display from September through November at the Radford University Art Museum on 214 Tyler Avenue.
On Thursday June 21 at 5:00 p.m. a crowd of over 100 people filled the Radford University Art Museum on Tyler Avenue for the opening reception of the “Radford City Fine Arts Show.”
Through energetic and rhythmically intricate movements, the Festival of South African Dance communicates a perseverance of the human spirit and spreads awareness about the socioeconomic and political challenges facing South Africa. Two distinct groups share these stories through their historical dance traditions in an uplifting and entertaining evening at Radford University at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 10, 2018, at the Bondurant Auditorium
A storm lurks within the Radford University Art Museum at the Covington Center. Erin Turner’s “Strange Weather” takes over the gallery Sept. 29, inviting viewers to come in and explore her large sculptural newspaper forms suspended from the ceiling and the walls.
Rolling hills, abundant farms, and sunlit moments on the Blue Ridge Parkways will give inspiration to two Radford University College of Visual and Performing Arts painters during the Floyd Plein Air Festival.
To open the exhibition of the works by Master of Fine Arts (MFA) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) candidates in the studio art curriculum, the Radford University Art Museum on Tyler hosted a reception Nov. 9.
Professor of Art Carlee Bradbury is the co-editor of “Gender, Otherness and Culture in Medieval and Early Modern Art” recently published by Palgrave Macmillan in its prestigious New Middle Ages Series.
Two College of Visual and Performing Arts students are interning at Roanoke-native Dorothy Gillespie’s studio in the Catskills, located in Narrowsburg, New York.
Alison Pack, metalsmithing and jewelry design professor, draws inspiration from the world around her, whether it is from the grocery store or nature.
More than 250 Radford University graduate students were hooded in a special ceremony inside of the Dedmon Center on May 4 surrounded by their family, friends, professors and mentors.
Graduating students receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibited their best work at the Radford University Art Museum.
With photographs lining the Andrew W. Ross Student Gallery in McConnell Library, guests were treated to a viewing of Radford University “Then and Now.”
Radford University students will get a hands-on experience in a studio of the late Dorothy Gillespie – famous for her artistic career – which included the making of nearly 200 sculptures to fill New York’s Rockefeller Center plaza.
Radford University students in a graphic design course are earning real-world experience with a client of the animal variety.
Master of Fine Arts candidate Joel Gibbs had two pieces of his art accepted into the annual FL3TCH3R Exhibition: Social and Politically Engaged Art, on display at East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum Oct. 9 to Dec. 15.