The study of art at the university level, embedded in the ideals of a liberal arts education, allows students to develop both their creativity and their critical faculties through visual media. Studio Art and Art History have separate curricula, but links between the two, and other disciplines, are encouraged.
Faculty Member Dr. Kristopher Kersey, lecture, " The Modernity of Collage and the Art of the Book: Tactility, Poesis, and Recombination in the Japanese Codex," Feb 18, 2016 6PM Adams Auditorium, Boatwright Memorial Library.
Faculty Member Mariam Yuen's solo show, "Amplifications and Measures," opens Feb 12, 2016 at Virginia Wesleyan College,
Faculty member Tom Condon's solo show, "Haptic Fugitive" opens Jan 8, 2016 at ADA Gallery
Alumni Amy Reader, '15, was inteviewed in The Art Files
Faculty member Fiona Ross' work is included in "Architectured Water," Group Exhibition at Page Bond Gallery
Faculty member Mariam Yuen won the 2015 Leeds International Screendance Competition for "Choreography for the Scanner"
Faculty member Dr. Elena Calvillo's review of Francisco de Hollanda’s On Antique Painting was published in caa.reviews.
Yueyang Cao received Honorable Mention in the 2015 International Photography Awards, in the Fine Art: Abstract category.
Department chair Jeremy Drummond cocurated a Video Drive-In event featuring works by several Canadian artists.
- Black Utopias, Malcolm X, and Collaborative Curating in Special CollectionsFeb174:30 PM - 6:00 PMThe American Studies program welcomes Dr. Lucy Mulroney, the senior director for the Special Collections Research Center... Continue reading
- Global Music Series: Indonesian Shadow PlayMar203:00 PM - 4:30 PMThe Global Music Series presents a traditional Indonesian shadow play featuring artist Gusti Sudarta and area Gamelan... Continue reading
- Artists' TalksApr151:00 PM - 5:00 PMPresented by graduating studio art majors in the exhibition "Senior Thesis Exhibition," as part of the 2016 Arts and... Continue reading
The artist and record-setting swimmer is using her sophomore year to explore and hone her interests.
Class explores role of museums by curating an exhibit of Soviet Jewish immigrants in Richmond
Modlin Center for the Arts
Department of Art and Art History
University of Richmond, VA 23173
Phone: (804) 289-8272
Fax: (804) 287-6006