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Two hundred guests attended the 2024 Juried Student Art Show, a number believed to be a record for this event.
Recently, three professors in the College of Visual and Performing Arts received small cash grants to aid in their classroom efforts.
Sometimes the stars really do align. At least that’s the way Radford University junior Annie Bolte feels right now. “The Aliens,” by Annie Baker, which will open on Valentine’s night.
Each spring, the Radford University Art Museum offers regional high school students an opportunity to share their work and compete for accolades and cash prizes. With more students receiving part or all of their education online these days, the event has recently seen expanded participation from virtual students.
Dr. Sekyung Jang and students use video as a tool for improving practices in Music Therapy.
Artist Ben Duke's exhibition, A Situation of Meanings, brings two decades of work in abstract realism to Radford University's Art Museum.
Aisha Noma used focus, flexibility and theater experience to step into the life she wanted after graduation.
On October 25, Radford University’s Tyler Gallery will host an all student-juried exhibition of art created by the university faculty and staff called Look What We Made!
Radford's Department of Dance knows that strong bonds create strong students. Programs like Harmony in Motion and their mentorship system help students stay grounded and supported.
Senior Studio Art major Dylan DeLuca arrived at Radford with skills. As he prepares to enter his final semester, he's leaving with a vision, a practice and a community.
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After helming standalone scenes and a one-act play, theatre major Annie Bolte is now directing a highly ambitious student production of “The Aliens” by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Annie Baker. “This is the big league,” Bolte said of the project.
Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty.
This week in Highlanders in the News: A new podcast about acting and well-being, created and hosted by Associate Professor Robyn Berg, welcomes recent graduate Queen Miller ’23; also, next week will bring a streaming crash course on the Blue Ridge Mountains, led by geology department Chair and Associate Professor Jonathan Tso.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Self-starter Stacey Price ’99, M.S. ’01, adds another link to her growing entrepreneurial chain; and Roanoke social worker Danielle Austin-Johnson, ’13, M.S. ’18, lends her profile to a local work of art.
“Resilience … is a journey,” healthcare executive and keynote speaker Susan Carroll ‘96 told crowds during Radford University's winter graduation ceremonies Dec 7-9. “It is about facing life’s storms and emerging stronger. It’s not merely surviving challenges, but learning, growing and thriving through them.”
In fusing her love for artistic expression with her technological abilities, graphic design student Valerie Ray is already winning regional advertising awards and taking part in professional projects.