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On March 1, 2018 at 7:30 p.m., “Paradigm Shift: An Evening of Women’s Work” will play at Albig Studio Theatre in Peters Hall, room B112. The one-night only performance features the creative works of emerging female choreographers from Radford University’s Department of Dance.
On Saturday evening a group of students and faculty in the Department of Art’s graphic design program attended the Roanoke Chapter of the American Advertising Federation’s annual awards gala (the ADDYs) at the Historic City Market Building in downtown Roanoke, Virginia. Students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts won a total of six awards for their work.
On Saturday Radford University held the first of four scheduled Highlander Days for the spring semester
On Sunday April 8, 2018 Radford University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts will host a live performance of Mountain Stage with Larry Groce at the Bondurant Auditorium in Preston Hall. Central to the development of this event is Radford University alumnus Adam Harris, who completed his Music Business degree in 2005.
Casting announced for Oklahoma!
A group of nine music business students had a particularly interesting start to the term when they traveled to Anaheim, California for the National Association of Music Merchants’ Showcase
On Tuesday evening, February 6, 2018, Radford University students, faculty, staff, and alumni were treated to a performance of the Berlin Philharmonic Piano Quartet.
Jim Chandler may be enthusiastic about drama, but he is passionate about uplifting others through his work. Once a theatre student at Radford University in the late 1990s, his educational path helped him realize his dream of becoming an actor and led him to discover something greater.
Through energetic and rhythmically intricate movements, the Festival of South African Dance communicates a perseverance of the human spirit and spreads awareness about the socioeconomic and political challenges facing South Africa. Two distinct groups share these stories through their historical dance traditions in an uplifting and entertaining evening at Radford University at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 10, 2018, at the Bondurant Auditorium
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Students in Design 205 at Radford University embraced the local history of the Christiansburg Institute in their mobile museum concept designs for Montgomery County K-12 educators on Feb. 7.
One of the few remaining piano and string ensembles, the Berlin Philharmonic Piano Quartet, bring the combined sound of strings and keys to Radford University on Tuesday, Feb. 6 as the third installment of the 2017-18 University Performance Series.
Radford University will introduce in the fall 2018 semester the Highlander Research Rookies Program, an initiative designed to provide select freshmen and sophomores an opportunity to collaborate on research projects with the university’s faculty.
Radford University students will get a hands-on experience in a studio of the late Dorothy Gillespie – famous for her artistic career – which included the making of nearly 200 sculptures to fill New York’s Rockefeller Center plaza.
How do dancer majors get through exhausting days of rehearsals and training? Nutrition majors have some answers.