From psychedelic sketch shows to far-out satire, black artists are expressing the absurdity of life in a racist society by embracing the disturbing and bizarre
Fourth-year studio art students at the University of Virginia have spent all year carefully planning and creating their thesis projects, which were displayed in a four-week Ruffin Hall exhibition concluding last week.
Six University of Virginia sculpture students have earned a professional commission to have their work displayed in Charlottesville. The students, all enrolled in associate studio art professor William Bennett's advanced sculpture class, created... [read more]
Third-year students Brenna Monk and Kaia Dunne discovered printmaking during their first year at UVA. Two years later, their time in the studio has indelibly marked their UVA experience and shaped their futures.
After she graduates next month from the University of Virginia in just three years, art history major Emily Cox will continue her studies at the University of Oxford in England as UVA's first participant in the Mica and Ahmet Ertegun Graduate... [read more]
Creativity, in all its forms, ran rampant at the University of Virginia in 2016. Works from world-renowned artists graced the Grounds, ranging from Andy Warhol's pop art portraits to a rare showing of one of the world's most famous books -... [read more]
Three celebrated artists have accepted invitations from the University of Virginia to serve as artists in residence next semester in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences' McIntire Department of Art.
Sydney Collins' (Art History 2016) four years studying art history at the University of Virginia culminated in an Australian Aboriginal ceremony that few in the art world have been privileged to witness.
On April 22, 2016 Fotini Kondyli (University of Virginia) met a panel of CIAMS students (Sam Barber, Kathleen Garland, Jessica Plant, and Jess Ro. Pfundstein) and faculty (Ben Anderson) to discuss community in the rural landscapes of Byzantine... [read more]
Wylie's latest body of work focuses on trees and the human-like personalities they portray in the way they age, weather and stand. All of the trees depicted in "The Anatomy of Trees," an exhibition on view in Richmond's Page Bond Gallery from... [read more]