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Rolling hills, abundant farms, and sunlit moments on the Blue Ridge Parkways will give inspiration to two Radford University College of Visual and Performing Arts painters during the Floyd Plein Air Festival.
What do you get when you cross New York City, 14 Radford University School of Dance and Theatre students, two faculty members, the Today Show and Disney Workshops? As dance and theatre majors discovered in May 2017, you get an incredible learning experience.
See what our alumni, faculty and students are doing the week of June 25, 2017.
Radford University dance majors performed in a new work, “Remember the Future,” on May 18 as part of the NASA Langley Research Center Centennial Tribute show at the Ferguson Center for the Arts in Newport News, Virginia.
See what CVPA alumni, faculty and students have accomplished in June 2017.
The Radford City Fine Arts Show opens with a reception at 5 p.m., June 29, at the Radford University Art Museum Downtown. This juried exhibition of art from Southwest Virginia is a partnership between the university and the City of Radford.
Sue Steele Thomas, juror of the Radford City Fine Arts Show, discusses what she looks for in artwork by other artists.
A juried exhibition that showcases the best art in Southwest Virginia, sponsored by Radford University and the City of Radford, is accepting entries through June 4, 2017.
Interview with Addie Pawlick, Outstanding Senior in Theatre
Interview with Megan Short, Outstanding Senior in Design
CVPA News From University Relations
After graduating from Radford University in May, Addie Pawlick, of Chester, completed her first production as lighting designer in graduate school at the University of Houston.
Lust, anger, hatred, revenge - these themes echo across time and space. “Othello,” a Shakespearean classic expands upon these universal themes, was performed by the National Players who added a contemporary twist in Bondurant Auditorium on Nov. 13.
Classical choral tunes echoed through the Performance Hall at the Covington Center when the Department of Music at Radford University hosted a high school choral invitational in October.
The audience of “Speech & Debate” received a heavy dose of reality, which covered intense material in the lives of a small group of high school students.
Master of Fine Arts candidate Joel Gibbs had two pieces of his art accepted into the annual FL3TCH3R Exhibition: Social and Politically Engaged Art, on display at East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum Oct. 9 to Dec. 15.