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The 40th annual Rebecca Orr Memorial Piano Technique Festival and Scholarship Competition took place on Saturday.
This year’s High School Show opened on Saturday, February 25th, and exhibited the work of 109 artists from as far away as Cave Spring and Craig County.
Two piano concerts take place in March.
Senior Sawyer Kadel creates "Life of the Party" for Dance/Honors capstone.
Theater Students take on Red Light Winter.
Photos and winners from the 2023 Super Duper Juried Art Show.
Experimental print collection comes to Radford.
Annual juried student art show opens Wednesday, Feb. 1.
A remarkable piano talent, Nick van Bloss, comes to Radford University Jan. 18.
The Graduate Art Student Association launches mini-museum.
CVPA News From University Relations
A tradition that is in its 23rd year, Advocacy Day allows students to share the importance of their state-supported education with General Assembly members, and to ask elected representatives to consider voting for legislation that would benefit the university.
The Radford University Board of Visitors heard from university deans about their plans to better utilize faculty throughout their colleges to optimize student engagement, recruitment and retention at a special meeting on Jan. 25, 2023.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Southeast Roanoke sets the stage for work by artist Jon Murrill, M.F.A. ’12; Stephanie Bolin ’14, now a teacher and coach at the high school she once attended, wins praise from her colleagues; and McConnell Library gets a shout-out from a new and distant patron.
Caitlin Potosnak, ’12 dazzles thousands of holiday-spirited people every day with high-stepping precision choreography and sequined costumes.
Winter Commencement 2022: Art education graduate hopes to share the joy of creativity through teaching »
“I hope that I will be able to guide students… in seeing the beauty of everything," Miriam Jones ‘22 said. “I’m hoping, as an educator, that I’ll help students be excited to continue learning as they grow and to continue to find unique ways to share their passions.”
This week in Highlanders in the News: Norfolk nurse Maxine Morales ‘06 talks up her history with a familiar co-worker (her mom); former Highlander soccer coach Don Staley ’89 gets an Alabama nod for his subsequent successes; and photographer Theodore Samuels ’01 puts his work on display with a solo exhibition in Brooklyn, New York.