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Students in Assistant Professor John O’Connor’s Emerging Technologies in Graphics Visualization course spent the fall 2019 semester learning about innovative new methods for communicating information to audiences.
The Radford University Art Museum recently rebranded its annual juried student show with increased award amounts and a new name.
Radford’s art education majors are taking their work from the classroom to the art gallery. Students who major or minor in art education recently exhibited in the Art Education Show, which runs from October 8 through 17, 2019 in Porterfield Gallery 205.
On Saturday, September 21 at 11 a.m., the Radford University Art Museum will hold its opening reception for the Dorothy Gillespie Centennial Exhibition. The retrospective celebrates the 100th anniversary of the late artist by featuring works from the Radford University Art Museum’s permanent collection.
When Honors College graphic design student Sophie Smith launched her online clothing storefront on Depop, she wanted to meet a niche of the market: alternative 90s clothes. Little did she know that by fulfilling that need, she would land up in New York City for the world-renowned New York Fashion Week.
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.