The Anderson

The Anderson is an exhibition and program space for VCUarts students. It supports experimentation, professionalism and work across disciplines.


Tuesday-Friday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 12-5 p.m.

Upcoming Exhibition – The Future is Calling | The Present is Fleeting | The Past is Calling

February 3 – March 3, 2017

Evolution, regression, progress, change — these are all part of the human experience. It is in our nature to draw attention to forward progress and positive evolution, with hopes and desires for what the future may bring. Reflection on the past informs the present moment, yet the present is never fixed and is always escaping our grasp. The ephemerality of life, anxieties surrounding change and stagnation, and frank observations of the world are all on display in this exhibition. Bringing together work by thirty-six artists, “the future is calling | the present is fleeting | the past is calling” takes visitors through personal histories, shares anxieties, and communicates hopefulness for the future which is always just a moment away.

Works by:
Leah Agler
Michael Cabezas
Michelle Chen
Jana Choi
Weston Clark
Derek Coté
Remy Cunningham
John DiJulio
TyRuben Ellingson
Mathew Gasparek
Julia Gilbert
Megan Goldfarb
Riley Goodman
Emma Gould
Sophie Haulman
Samantha Heffner
Tina Jalali
Shanelle Johnson
Kimin Kim
Katherine Lang
Hannah Larney
Marin Leong
Kathryn Lien
John Lundquist
Greer A. Meagher
Caroline Meyers
Jason Pascoe
Lindsay Parnell
Anna Pleskow
Christina Sadovnikov
Nicholas Seitz
Matthew Shelton
Gabrielle Stadulis
Jacqueline Stewart
Julia Straley
Logan-Halle Wyatt

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Later this semester: 2017 Student Exhibitions

Information for students and the general public to be released soon!

Location + Parking

907 1/2 W. Franklin Street
Richmond, Virginia

Metered on-street parking is available. Parking is also available in VCU’s W. Broad Street Deck, located at 1001 W. Broad Street.


Andrea Alvarez, Director of Exhibitions