When he’s not making game-winning saves or serving as team captain, Holden Brown, University soccer goalkeeper and fourth-year College student, is pursuing a pastime different from many of his teammates — art.
Hailing from Richmond, Elena Heraldo — drummer and first-year College student — has earned the status of internet microcelebrity after amassing over 867,000 followers posting drum covers of popular songs on social media.
“Performing Country” exhibits First Nations Australian culture through continuously unfolding artistic traditions
The Kluge-Ruhe stands apart from all other art collections at the University — it is the only museum outside of Australia dedicated to showcasing Indigenous Australian art.
Spread some Christmas cheer by singing loud for all to hear at the 56th annual Messiah Sing-In. Conductor Michael Slon leads community singers, members of the Charlottesville Symphony, and other local professionals through Handel’s nativity oratorio.
The student-run cast of Rocky Horror at U.Va. screened “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” in Newcomb Hall Theater Friday evening, a semesterly tradition drawing an enthusiastic audience of die-hard “Rocky” fans and new viewers alike. Bubbles blew, toilet paper flew and cast members shed a layer or two as the 1975 cult-classic played behind a live shadow cast reenactment.
Students filled tables, couches, the staircase and even the floor of 1515 Saturday to cheer on student musicians at WXTJ’s first-ever Jazz and R&B night. Lured by free pizza but retained by a mesmerizing show, spectators were thoroughly engaged throughout the student-radio station’s three-and-a-half hour program.
Infusing the Fralin with captivating illustrations of familiar childhood tales, “Figure and Fable: Aesop Through the Ages” dives into a world of Aesop’s fables — the exhibit is a compelling collection of various authors and artists’ reimaginations of the classic fables throughout time.
Dating back to the mid-1900s, step dancing — or stepping — and strolling have become an integral part of Black fraternities and sororities across the United States. This is no exception in the Iota Beta chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., the members of which see the unique art form as a way to bond and assert their identity within their community.
For many students pursuing degrees in the arts, graduation demands an answer to the age-old question begged by parents, grandparents and uncles — “What can you even do with that degree?” For Class of 2022 alumna Karen Zipor, the answer is easy.
A senior curator at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art has been selected as the new director of the University of Virginia’s Fralin Museum of Art.
The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia announces Karen Elizabeth Milbourne as new J. Sanford Miller Family Director
The University announced the selection of Karen Elizabeth Milbourne as the new J. Sanford Miller Family Director of The Fralin Museum of Art. Milbourne comes to UVA from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art, where she currently serves as senior curator and acting head of knowledge production. She will assume her new role on January 29, 2024.
A book is not inert, at least not to Kalela Williams — writer, arts administrator and director of Virginia Center for the Book. She believes humanity is found in both our ability and our drive to produce these artistic objects. “We need books, maybe more than we ever have,” Williams said.