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News From Around The College

  1. Graphic design students win district competition, advance to national ADDYs »

    4/24/2018

    At the beginning of March, students from the Graphic Design program won several awards at the Roanoke Chapter of the American Advertising Federation’s (ADDYs) annual banquet. Those winners were advanced to district-level awards, and now two of those students, Xiaomeng Li and Dylan Ondell, won Silver ADDY Awards at the District III level.

  2. Senior theatre student to light up campus for capstone project »

    4/17/2018

    On Friday April 20, 2018 at 9:00 p.m. senior Brittney Nicole Price will stage a one-time outdoor light show for campus near the outdoor stage on the fountain side of Heth Hall.

  3. Bonnieroo festival brings music, activities to campus »

    4/17/2018

    On Friday April 20, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. the Bonnieroo music festival will bring a free evening of fun and entertainment to the Radford University campus.

  4. Interior design students finalists in Sherwin-Williams competition »

    4/12/2018

    Radford interior design students Anna Bedwell and Christine Galley were each chosen among twenty finalists in the Sherwin-Williams Student Design Challenge on Facebook.

  5. Music student performs in “La Bohème” with Opera Roanoke »

    4/11/2018

    On April 6, 2018, Radford University music student Alex Lyons stepped out onto the Jefferson Center stage in Roanoke, Virginia and performed in his first opera.

  6. Award-winning international concert performers kick off US tour with free Radford appearance »

    4/11/2018

    On Thursday April 26, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. five internationally-acclaimed, award-winning concert performers will launch their U.S. tour at the Performance Hall in the Covington Center for Visual and Performing Arts at Radford University.

  7. Professor, students attend NC Trombone Festival »

    4/11/2018

    On April 7, 2018 Dr. Dayl Burnett and two of his students, Courtney Cooper and Jacob Harrup, attended the North Carolina Trombone Festival at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

  8. CVPA student writes songs for NC stage musical »

    4/10/2018

    In late March the stage musical “In the Shadow of the Mountain” was performed at the Andy Griffith Playhouse in Mt. Airy, North Carolina. Eight of the play’s songs were composed by Radford University music student Helen White.

  9. "Mountain Stage" draws hundreds to Radford campus »

    4/10/2018

    Even with the lingering threat of another late snowfall, the excitement was palpable in Preston Hall on Sunday night as concert goers filled the auditorium in anticipation of “Mountain Stage with Larry Groce.”

  10. Jewelry, metalsmithing professor discusses craft »

    4/5/2018

    The Student Jewelry and Metal Show is currently running through April 12, 2018, at Porterfield Gallery 205. The various works on display were crafted under the tutelage of Alison Pack, associate professor of metalsmithing and jewelry design at Radford University.

CVPA News From University Relations

  1. Local frontierswoman’s story showcased in summer play »

    7/12/2018

    “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.

  2. Graduate alumna used virtual reality to ease cancer treatments »

    7/10/2018

    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.

  3. Dance, theatre travel to Dublin and London for an international experience »

    6/27/2018

    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.

     

     

  4. Two CVPA students to intern at Dorothy Gillespie’s studio in the Catskills »

    6/25/2018

    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.

  5. Music therapy students work hands-on with children in the Preschool Language Lab »

    6/25/2018

    In the Preschool Language Lab, music therapy students work alongside communication sciences and disorders graduate students to assist young children develop verbal communication skills.