Sep 25, 2018
Events

Enjoy some great Final Friday Receptions & Gallery Talks on Arts Grounds & Beyond!!

Final Fridays is a monthly showcase of the Arts at UVA highlighting exhibits, performances, and lectures on Arts Grounds and across the University. We invite students, faculty, and community members to come experience this monthly showcase of the Arts at UVA!


October Schedule

Music |  Studio Art | The Fralin Museum | Drama


McIntire Department of Music

Choral Showcase

  • Heather Frasch CCT Colloquium
    • 107 Old Cabell Hall | 3:30pm | FREE
  • Choral Showcase with the University Singers, UVA Chamber Singers, Virginia Glee Club, and Virginia Women’s Chorus
    • Old Cabell Hall | 8pm | Tickets at the UVA Arts Box Office

Studio Art Reception • Ruffin Hall

Tales of a Future Past by Cecelia Condit - Horse Mask on a Person

Courtesy of Cecelia Condit

  • Tales of a Future Past by Cecelia Condit
    • Ruffin Gallery • Reception 5:00-7:00pm
“Queen Anne of River Anna, Rivanna” by Andrea Galina,

Queen Anne of River Anna, Rivanna by Andrea Galina, Photo taken at Flow Rivanna River Renaissance Festival, Sept. 29, 2018, Charlottesville, Virginia


The Fralin Museum of Art: Reception 5:30-7:30pm

Enjoy food, drink and amazing art, and live performances by local musician Jordan Perry (inside the Museum) and student A Capella group, Ektaal (outside on the plaza at 6:00)!  Spotlight Talks by Abigail Staub on O’Keeffe at 6:15pm & Shreya Maini on the Fralin Collection at 6:45pm


Drama

The Wolves Publicity Photos by Martyn Kyle of Pernmoot Photography

From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, a girls indoor soccer team prepares for a succession of games while navigating their personal lives with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, The Wolves is smart, snappy, crude and honest. “I wanted to see a portrait of teenage girls as human beings,” says playwright Sarah DeLappe, “As complicated, nuanced, very idiosyncratic people who weren’t just girlfriends or sex objects or manic pixie dream girls but who were athletes and daughters and students and scholars and people who were trying actively to figure out who they were in this changing world around them.”


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September Schedule:

Music | The Fralin Museum


Music

Michael VealMichael Veal Colloquium: Between Barracoon and The Black Panther: Reflections on Thirty Years as a Musical Pan-Africanist

Friday, 9.28 | 3:30pm | 107 Old Cabell | Free

Professor Veal is in the Departments of Music and African American Studies at Yale University.
More information >

 


The Fralin Museum of Art: Reception 5:30-7:30pm

In My Room at The Fralin

Enjoy a reception at The Fralin Museum of Art, with food and refreshments; live music performed by Matty Metcalf.  Spotlight Talks by Fralin Student Docents at 6:15 & 6:45.

ON VIEW:


August Schedule:
Drama |  Studio Art | The Fralin Museum


Drama

Theatre FairUVA Theatre Fair hosted by the Virginia Players •  Culbreth Theatre Lobby • 4:00-7:00pm
Meet students from theatre groups all across grounds and learn about upcoming auditions and events.
Open to actors, technicians, musicians, and theatre lovers of all kinds. Free food and games!


Studio Art Reception • Ruffin Hall • 5:00-7:00pmHappy Birthday! Thank you! Get Well Soon! Congratulations!; Brooke Inman; 2014 Screenprint 22"x18" 4 of 4

More Fun  •  Ruffin Gallery
On view from August 31 – October 9, 2018

An exhibition of works influenced by the formal and narrative aspects of comic books.  The title of the show, More Fun refers to the first newsstand comic to publish all original material. Curated by: Chris Norris

  • Artists: Anthony Iacono • Brooke Inman • Jason Keith • Anthony Meloro • Vernon Payne • Charlotte Rodenberg • Nathan Tersteeg
  • IMAGE: Happy Birthday! Thank you! Get Well Soon! Congratulations!; Brooke Inman; 2014 Screenprint 22″x18″ 4 of 4

“Earth to Moon” (model) wood bronze steel, aluminum 36” x 22” x 22” 2018 William BennettRuff Summer 2018 •  Ruffstuff Gallery, First Floor
August 29 – September 14, 2018

  • Sculpture and more from Ruffin Hall, Summer 2018
  • Gallery Talk at 6:00pm
  • IMAGE: Earth to Moon (model), wood bronze steel, aluminum, 36” x 22” x 22”, 2018, William Bennett

The Fralin Museum of Art: Reception 5:30-7:30pm

In My Room at The Fralin

Enjoy a reception at The Fralin Museum of Art, with food and refreshments; live music performed by Matt Curreri; Spotlight Talks by Fralin Student Docents—6:15 Spotlight Talk on Reflections: Native Art Across Generations & 6:45 Spotlight Talk on In My Room: Artists Paint the Interior.

ON VIEW:


Final Friday August 2018