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Radford University’s Music Department will host three days of international music at the end of the semester between April 27 and 29.
Will Sawyer's hands-on, personal approach makes him popular with students of all levels.
Senior Toni Latham creates a dance performance inspired by Tender Is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica.
On April 22, the Radford University Art Museum will offer the first of multiple outdoor workshops open to all painters of all skill levels free of charge.
This summer, Radford University Art Museum will host the Radford Fine Arts Show, a juried exhibition of artwork from around Southwest Virginia.
Radford's Theater Department stages Much Ado About Nothing, a new play for a long standing tradition.
The College of Visual and Performing Arts celebrates the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s landmark concept album, Dark Side of the Moon, with a free live performance.
Assistant Professor Camilla Morrison discusses women and motherhood on With Good Reason.
Radford Students Shine at Addy Awards
For a second year, DSN 100 students see thier work displayed at a national park.
CVPA News From University Relations
Maddison Kunkel knew she wanted to be a Highlander from the moment she stepped foot on campus during a high school field trip. After participating in a class exercise, she immediately said, "This is where I'm going. This is exactly where I want to be."
This week in Highlanders in the News: The director of the School of Computing and Information Sciences, Art Carter, takes to TV to talk TikTok; Thomas “Ty” Dobbs ’05, M.S. ’10, sees his career expand as his school system follows suit; and Assistant Professor of Music Matthew Cataldi gives Chopin a pop update.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Junior Brittiany Rorrer and seniors Valerie Ray and Emily Woods win acclaim for their graphic design work; Brenell Thomas will soon have to balance her graduate work with heading up her local chamber of commerce; and Assistant Professor of Accounting Robert Warren drills down on the dollars and cents in his recent report on a very specific type of financial crime.
Three Radford University Graphic Design majors took home "Addys" at the Western Virginia Advertising Awards in Roanoke. Seniors Valerie Ray and Emily Woods, and junior Britiany Rorrer, earned two Judges Choice Awards plus three Gold and three Silver awards between them in the student competition.
Nearly 90 works by more than 50 student artists – paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture and more – are on display at the Art Museum on Tyler through Feb. 18.
While recovering from a bout with spinal stenosis, voice Professor Denise Bernardini found extra notes to sing, plus ample material for her new self-help book.