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The Department of Art is proud of our students. They produce professional, original works of art and research. Please enjoy a sample of their creative output below. For a complete and active list of student exhibitions and other events, please visit the Radford University Art Museum and our social media.
The Spring 2023 Senior BFA Graphic Design Show was held in the Radford University Art Museum in the Covington Gallery from April 21 through April 29. Eleven designers displayed a variety of design projects for prototype products ranging from seed packets to coloring books to cat toys and much more.
The BFA Graphic Design Senior Show features works from student candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design.
The Graphic Design Show is an annual in-person event where alumni are invited to judge works by upperclassmen. Winning entries are automatically entered into the regional ADDY awards where they have a chance to win additional recognition from the Advertising Federation.
The Spring 2021 Super Duper Juried Student Show is an annual art competition open to all Radford University Students. This juried exhibit features a variety of cash awards. The exhibt draws a large number of entries each year. Winners from the spring 2021 competition are highlighted in this online display.
Originally scheduled to run from May 1 - 6, 2020 at the Art Museum on Tyler Avenue, the BFA Graphic Design Show features works from student candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design.
Originally scheduled to run from April 17 - 25, 2020 at the Art Museum on Tyler Avenue, the BFA show features works from student candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
Originally scheduled to run from April 3 - 11, 2020 at the Art Museum on Tyler Avenue, the MFA show features works from student candidates for the Master of Fine Arts degree.