News & Events

News From Around The College

  1. Macbeth’s tragic tale to take stage this April »

    4/10/2019

    Students, faculty and staff in the School of Dance and Theatre are busy preparing for the opening of “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” which will hit the stage of Pridemore Playhouse beginning April 16, 2019.

  2. Ibla returns to Radford with world-class music performances »

    4/5/2019

    Each year the Italian city of Ragusa-Ibla hosts the Ibla Grand Prize World Music Competition. The 28-year-old competition showcases some of the world’s best musicians competing for a spot to tour with other Ibla winners throughout the United States.

  3. ‘Dancing on the Edge’ to feature celebrity guest artist »

    4/5/2019

    Each spring semester the Department of Dance puts on “Dancing on the Edge,” a performance that showcases student talent through choreographed pieces developed by faculty and guest artists

  4. Graduate students exhibit different perspectives »

    4/1/2019

    Students in this graduate class in studio management at Radford University are exhibiting their work at two local galleries. Their first exhibition is at the Floyd Center for the Arts, in Floyd, Virginia. A show at Miller Off Main Street Galleries will follow in Blacksburg, Virginia.

  5. Design students win regional, national interior design awards »

    3/29/2019

    Department of Design students, Erin Childs, Maisie Leach, and Sarah Randall are celebrating this spring semester.

  6. Radford City Fine Arts Show 2019 announces call for entries »

    3/28/2019

    The 2019 Radford City Fine Arts Show recently announced its call for entries to all Southwest Virginia artists.

  7. Fashion Fete to showcase senior design talent »

    3/20/2019

    The students and faculty of Radford University's Department of Design are diligently working to put on the Fashion Fete Fashion Show, which will take place at 8:00 p.m. in Bondurant Auditorium, Preston Hall on March 30, 2019.

  8. Faculty, students represent RU at music therapy conference »

    3/20/2019

    The Department of Music was well represented at the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Music Therapy Association Conference in Reston, Virginia.

  9. Popular author, blogger to give creative business talk »

    3/18/2019

    Creative business consultant April Bowles will give a talk titled “Life After College: The Power of the Internet to Support Your Artistic Career” on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. in room 203, McGuffey Hall.

  10. 2019 International Guitar Festival to take stage this March  »

    3/12/2019

    A selection of the world’s most extraordinary guitarists will be gathering in Covington Hall on March 22 and 23, 2019, to perform in the Department of Music’s International Guitar Festival.

CVPA News From University Relations

  1. CVPA range and talent on display for Homecoming and Family Weekend »

    10/16/2018

    An exciting complement of unique performances and exhibitions from Radford University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) will highlight Family Weekend and Homecoming/Reunion Weekend Oct. 18-21. 

  2. Fashion design, criminal justice showcase Radford in the media »

    10/11/2018

    Radford University students and faculty appeared on various media outlets over the past week.

  3. Professor, student featured in media outlets »

    10/3/2018

    Radford University senior Mashail Alghamdi was featured on two media outlets about her historic appearance at New York Fashion Week and Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Luke William Hunt was featured on a radio show.

  4. Radford University celebrates largest gift in its history »

    10/3/2018

    Radford University announced a landmark $8 million gift from Sandra C. Davis and William C. Davis as part of a campus-wide event held on Oct. 3, 2018.

  5. University honors former art faculty member, announces scholarship in his honor »

    10/3/2018

    Radford University and the College of Visual and Performing Arts honored former assistant professor of photography Andrew Ross with a reception on Sept. 20. There, the college announced the formation of three scholarships with funding provided by Ross’s parents, Coleman and Carol Ross.