The VCUarts Faculty Lecture Series launched in fall 2020 as an opportunity for faculty to share their research and creative works with the wider community. Through lectures on interdisciplinary collaboration, research and culture, and innovative practices, the series is intended to inspire conversation and passionate debate.
Lectures are held monthly on the first Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. The VCUarts Faculty Lecture Series is generously supported in part by the VCU Foundation.
Susanna Klein: The story of Practizma
Yossera Bouchtia: Honoring the Feminine
Rex Richardson: Lessons from Jazz
Jonathan Molina-Garcia: Rocks are Magic
Patrick Smith: Innovation and Application
Massa Lemu: The Malawian dugout canoe is ‘texxt’
Sara Desvernine Reed and Emily Smith: Patterns of Place
Stephen Vitiello: Sound as an Interdisciplinary Medium
Tawnya Pettiford-Wates, Ph.D.: From Shakespeare to Shange
Elizabeth Byland: The Power of Improv
Kate Sicchio: Algorithmic Choreography
Matt Wallin: Virtual Production, Visual Effects, & the Future of Filmmaking