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News From Around The College
Regional art teachers have unique workshop experience.
The opera Venus and Adonis will be performed twice during the Baroque music festival week.
Get to know Assistant Professor of Fashion Design, Jessica Pattison.
One of the world’s most celebrated and storied stage troupes will entertain southwest Virginia as part of Radford University’s Performance Series.
A visiting artist and Radford professor collaborate for world premiere.
The University Performance Series presents Trio Con Brio - Copenhagen on Tuesday, October 11.
Raja Salhesh’s Garden Art Exhibit Breaks Boundaries
Dance alum Reagan Mihailoff ('21) returns as RUBY Artistic Director.
Radford University's Tyler Gallery premieres original illustrations by Martine le Coz, a member of France’s Legion of Honour.
Keela Dooley Marshall ('15) becomes the Executive Director of the Floyd Center for the Arts.
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On Wednesday, November 16, the GASA officially launched its Miniature Museum, a permanent display located in the lobby of the McConnell Library featuring tiny works of art created by Radford students.
Radford University will celebrate winter commencement with two ceremonies at the Dedmon Center, 101 University Dr., on Dec. 9 and 10. The ceremonies include students from Radford main campus and Radford University Carilion.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Longtime nurse anesthetist and administrator Lois Stewart ’87 is named a fellow of a national association; the Atlantic Coast Conference taps the late Charlene Curtis for its UNITE award; an expert weighs in on Radford’s ongoing series of Indian art exhibits; and brewmaster Josh Skinner ’10 hops into a top spot at a Charlottesville, Virginia, institution.
New Brunswick, New Jersey’s ICS Theatre, an Indian performance troupe, will present two short plays – a comedy adapted from a 7th-century Sanskrit face and a sci-fi tinged drama – at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Davis Performance Hall in the Covington Center.
Radford University officially inaugurated Bret Danilowicz, Ph.D., as the eighth president in the 112-year history of the institution during a warm ceremony on a chilly Friday morning, Sept. 30, 2022 on the McConnell Library lawn.
This week in Highlanders in the News: A new group of exhibits and events, on and around the RU campus, shines a rare light on art emerging from North India’s Mithila region; head baseball coach Alex Guerra ’11 and assistant basketball coach James Haring talk to the pods; and Radford’s Mayor David Horton ’90 prepares for his second term in office.