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See what our alumni, faculty and students are doing the week of June 25, 2017.
See what CVPA alumni, faculty and students have accomplished in June 2017.
The Radford City Fine Arts Show opens with a reception at 5 p.m., June 29, at the Radford University Art Museum Downtown. This juried exhibition of art from Southwest Virginia is a partnership between the university and the City of Radford.
Sue Steele Thomas, juror of the Radford City Fine Arts Show, discusses what she looks for in artwork by other artists.
A juried exhibition that showcases the best art in Southwest Virginia, sponsored by Radford University and the City of Radford, is accepting entries through June 4, 2017.
New students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) participated in a community learning experience to kick off the new academic year.
MFA student Langley Anderson held the first solo student exhibition in the newly-named Andrew W. Ross Student Gallery in McConnell Library.
Radford University alumna Shawna Hession appeared in The Roanoke Times and Professor of Criminal Justice Tod Burke spoke with multiple media outlets over the past week.
The work of Radford University graduate students Leslie King and Lam Dinh is currently featured in Blacksburg’s Artful Lawyer Gallery.
Ken Smith, associate professor of Graphic Design at Radford University, recently won his fourth George Gray Award of Artistic Excellence at the 36th anniversary of the Coast Guard Art Program (COGAP).
Radford University students in a museum studies course practiced the intricacies of designing and installing their own exhibition as part of a class project this spring.
The combination of medical science and art is realized in the graphical work created by Radford University Department of Art Assistant Professor John O'Connor.
Amid the hustle and bustle of downtown Radford lies an art museum designed to showcase student work to the public. On display at the Radford University Art Museum Downtown are photographs submitted to the Southwest Virginia Juried Student Photography Competition.
Photography students reunited on Feb. 1 to celebrate the opening of The Photo Narrative Book gallery, the culmination of a semester-long project.
Tonya Gardner ’16 is traveling to Bangladesh to teach the basics of art for three months.