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In September 2018, Radford University MFA photography student Alex Moral debuted her first solo exhibition at the Andrew W. Ross Student Art Gallery on the 3rd floor of McConnell Library.
Beginning October 18, 2018, the Department of Dance will host its annual Fall Dance Fest to showcase the artistic abilities of Radford University faculty and students.
In a campus-wide event held on October 3, 2018, Radford University announced the largest gift from an individual in the university’s history.
I discovered the existence of music therapy and how it could so perfectly meld my love for music and desire to help others.
In July, Williamson, O’Brien and Couloumbis traveled to Seoul, South Korea with fellow dance majors Brigitte Manga and Celinna Haber to gain professional international experience collaborating with the Korean dance association, Incheon.
Professor Ken Smith is one of several artists whose works will be featured as part of an exhibit at the Floyd Center for the Arts Gallery at Hotel Floyd.
Professor Shaun C. Whiteside's fine art is currently being featured in a solo exhibit titled “Dark Age” at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick, Maryland.
This week the Department of Theatre and Cinema announced its casting choices for the upcoming October production of “Mauritius.”
Original prints of internationally renowned Vietnamese woodblock artist Dinh Luc will be on display from September through November at the Radford University Art Museum on 214 Tyler Avenue.
In May, 2018, Radford University theatre alumna Lauren Faulkner took a major step toward achieving her dreams when she won Best Supporting Actress in the ONIROS film awards for her role in the short film, “Attendance is Required.”
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“Walk to Freedom – The Mary Draper Ingles Story” depicts a local frontierswoman’s dangerous journey back to the New River Valley after being kidnapped and taken to the Kentucky-Ohio border in 1755.
While at Radford University, Diana Scates MFA ‘18 used virtual reality to reduce stress and pain during cancer treatments for patients in a research project.
Students and faculty from the Department of Dance and the School of Dance and Theatre traveled to Dublin, Ireland and London to soak in and learn from the international arts scene.
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.
In the Preschool Language Lab, music therapy students work alongside communication sciences and disorders graduate students to assist young children develop verbal communication skills.