The Arts are an essential component of the University, its mission, and are a leading presence in the Charlottesville community. The Vice Provost for the Arts catalyzes and facilitates research, creative production, and service in the arts departments and schools, with The Fralin Museum of Art, Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, the Virginia Film Festival, Heritage Theatre Festival & WTJU Radio, and by student-driven arts organizations. The Arts are crucial to the residential experience at UVA, enriching us all while inspiring our students to innovate, create, collaborate, explore, and discover. UVA Arts offers an array of performances, exhibitions, and creative opportunities for students, faculty, staff, visitors, and our entire community. Significant outreach efforts include the President’s Speaker Series for the Arts, artist residencies, and public-facing programs designed to cultivate a vibrant community that promotes creative expression and to augment and enrich the artistic offerings across the Commonwealth, nation, and world.
Welcome to UVA Arts
Welcome to UVA Arts with letter from Jody Kielbasa, the Vice Provost for the Arts & Director of the Virginia Film Festival!
Meet the leaders of UVA Arts! Representing Schools, Departments, Programs & Festivals – our leaders have so much to offer…
See new publications by UVA Arts Faculty & Students, whether it’s print, video or web – our faculty an students are busy researching & publishing!!
Explore all the different facets of UVA Arts in one place, including – Membership & Tickets, Student Leadership in the Arts, Departments, Programs & Festivals, Museums & Galleries, Libraries & Collections & Community Arts Partners.
Contact the Office of the Provost and the Vice Provost for the UVA Arts.