Events

September 21, 2012
SAS Opening TONIGHT!!!

  The Student Art Spaces are pleased to announce their kick-off show for the 2012-13 exhibition year, Homecoming. Curated by Kate Fowler, Ha Tran, and Mary Wood, this year’s SAS managerial team, Homecoming is a group show of work from across the VCUarts community. Featured undergraduates are Alexis Mattilla,  Allyn Smith and Ariel Tatterson, Byerly

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September 10, 2012
We Want to Hear Your Thoughts! TWEET!

Dear Undergraduates, We hope you’ll join us for two exciting events in celebration of the new VCU Institute for Contemporary Art; and we want to hear your thoughts… Thursday, Sept. 13 from 5-8 p.m. – Opening of “Forking Time” an exhibition detailing Steven Holl Architects design process for our VCU ICA, showing at the Virginia

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August 23, 2012
VCUarts Updates

Welcome Back Undergraduates! I hope you all had a great summer!  For those of you that are new, welcome!  We’re so happy you’re here with us.  If you’re returning, this will serve as a refresher: Did you know there is a resource section for you at arts.vcu.edu/students, with everything from a link for scholarship info

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April 19, 2012
Tiny Shiny: VCUarts Craft/Material Studies student event at Quirk

Hello Undergraduates, Your fellow students in the Craft/Material Studies department are having a show at Quirk this month to raise money to attend a conference. Please see below for details. Have a great weekend! Jody Symula |  Director of Student Services School of the Arts |  Virginia Commonwealth University phone: 804.828.9313  |  facsimile: 804.828.6469 http://jodysemails.blogspot.com/

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January 26, 2012
A Game Changer is coming to VCUarts!!!

Dean Seipel has invited all VCUarts students to attend a lecture on the new ICA (Institute for Contemporary Arts) that is slated for completion in 2015. Its very exciting for the School as well as Richmond. At the talk, Dean Seipel will be sharing images of Steven Holl’s drawings for the building which will be

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