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News From Around The College
The Department of Theatre and Cinema brings the classic comedy, “The Liar” by David Ives, to online audiences this April.
“Dancing on the Edge” is an annual spring event hosted by the Department of Dance where students in the program perform choreographed works by dance faculty and guest artists. It is often one of the last times that graduating seniors in the program have the opportunity to perform together.
Professor Wesley Young of Radford University’s Department of Theatre and Cinema taught a virtual course about the history of musical theatre to senior living communities across Virginia.
With help from a High Impact Practices (HIPs) grant, Associate Professor of Dance Amy VanKirk was able to add a series of virtual master classes to her course featuring experts in the history of jazz dance.
Students in the Department of Theatre and Cinema are busy at work preparing for the upcoming virtual production of “When She Had Wings.” This fun and inspiring tale follows the imagination of an insecure nine-year-old girl named B who dreams of flying. Audiences will soar through clouds of whimsy and wonder as B lifts off on her adventures.
Five students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts will have their artwork featured in an upcoming exhibit at the Floyd Center for the Arts titled “New Voice.”
Radford artist and Department of Art instructor Shaun C. Whiteside was awarded second place in the Riverviews Artspace 12th Annual Juried Art Show.
This summer Dr. Stuart Robinson joined the Department of Art as an associate professor and chair of the program. Robinson’s artistic work and research examines Appalachian and southern experiences that have emerged from a variety of economic, cultural, political and environmental factors.
French guitar phenomenon Dr. Thomas Viloteau will offer a masterclass and concert performance on the campus of Radford University on November 13, 2020. The accomplished guitarist will perform to a limited audience due to coronavirus restrictions.
The Radford University Department of Theatre and Cinema will bring the lighthearted comedy, “Almost, Maine” to homes around the world over a five-day run beginning in early November. The story follows a series of tender-hearted, funny, and mildly surreal encounters in the fictional town of Almost, Maine.
CVPA News From University Relations
Radford University interior design student Karizma Woods has been named to the “Future 100” list in Metropolis Magazine, a highly respected trade publication focusing on architecture and design.
Radford University graphic design students and members of the University Relations staff were recognized for outstanding work during the 2021 Western Virginia Advertising Awards Gala in February.
In case you haven’t noticed, there is a lot of love for you on this campus. To show you how much we care, we’ve asked members of the campus community to express why they admire you. Here is just a short list of those many reasons why we, the Radford University family, love our Highlanders.
The Radford University Art Museum is hosting “ARTGAWK: Choice Pickings from the Radford University Permanent Collection” through April 17, 2021. ARTGAWK features works from Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol and many other renowned artists.
Radford University has announced the recipients of the prestigious 2020 Dalton Eminent Scholar Award. The annual awards provide faculty members opportunities to go above and beyond in their chosen academic fields.