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Spring Street: Greg Ballou's "The Wild Side"
Published on Feb 19th, 2011
0 comments Spring Street presents Greg Ballou's "The Wild Side," an exhibit of works in oil, acrylic, and clay on wood and glass. Twenty-five percent of proceeds benefit the Spring Street Foundation for Cats...
UVA Art Museum holds Family ArtJAM: "Playing with Paint: Exploring Abstract Painting"
Published on Feb 19th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum presents a Family ArtJAM, "Playing with Paint: Exploring Abstract Painting." Children will learn first tour the current exhibition, "Excavating New Ground:...
Second Street Gallery: Robin Rose's "Crescendo" and Light House Studio's "Video as Art"
Published on Feb 19th, 2011
0 comments Second Street Gallery presents two exhibitions: in the Main Gallery, Robin Rose shows "Crescendo," featuring four new paintings, as well as assemblages that "use, and subvert, the technology of rock...
Bodily fluids: Pierce abstracts anatomy
Published on Feb 14th, 2011
0 comments Bethany Pierce is one of those people who make the rest of us— okay, I’ll just speak for me— look like talentless slackers. Not only is she the author of two critically acclaimed novels, but she’s...
Over the Moon hosts reception for artist Sarah Hasty Williams
Published on Feb 10th, 2011
0 comments Crozet's Over the Moon Bookstore & Artisan Gallery hosts a reception for artist Sarah Hasty Williams, whose paintings examine the natural world. 5798 Three Notch'd Road. 823-1144.
Painter Robert Stuart discusses "The Spiritual in Art"
Published on Feb 10th, 2011
0 comments Noted Virginia painter Robert Stuart offers a talk on the "The Spiritual in Art." All Saints' Anglican Church. 3899 Ivy Road. 979-2842.
UVA screens IN THE OCEAN
Published on Feb 10th, 2011
0 comments In association with the three-day residency of the musical group, Bang on A Can All-Stars, the University of Virginia and the Virginia Film Festival screen Frank Scheffert's documentary, In the Ocean...
Random Row Books screens THE LANDLORD
Published on Feb 10th, 2011
0 comments   Random Row Books screens the 1970 film, The Landlord, as part of its Black History Month Film Series, which shows rarely seen pictures that offer perspectives on blackness and the...
Random Row Books screens THE SPOOK WHO SAT BY THE DOOR
Published on Feb 10th, 2011
0 comments Random Row Books screens the 1973 film, The Spook who Sat by the Door," as part of its Black History Month Film Series, which shows rarely seen pictures that offer perspectives on blackness and...
Sunspots Studio hosts Virginia Hot Glass Festival
Published on Feb 10th, 2011
0 comments Staunton's Sunspots Studio hosts the Virginia Hot Glass Festival, featuring demonstrations of glass blowing, flameworking, and other glasswork techniques by regional glass artists. New this year is...
Grotesque arabesque: Eichorst fancies the fantastic
Published on Feb 7th, 2011
0 comments After watching Aaron Eichorst’s art evolve over several years, a few things have become clear. He finds the natural world compelling, from animals to flowers to bugs. He loves color. He doesn’t shy...
Photographer Angela West lectures at UVA
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments Photographer Angela West, whose images are currently on view in the Ruffin Gallery exhibit, "Yes, Sunlight," will give a slide lecture about her work. Campbell Hall, 160. 924-6123.
UVA's Ruffin Gallery opens "Yes, Sunlight"
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments   The University of Virginia's Ruffin Gallery hosts a Final Friday opening for "Yes, Sunlight," featuring the work of contemporary photographers Terri Weifenbach and Angela...
UVA's Ruffin Gallery: Terri Weifenbach and Angela West
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia's Ruffin Gallery features "Yes, Sunlight," featuring the work of contemporary photographers, Terri Weifenbach and Angela West. 179 Culbreth Road. 924-6123.
Mario Gooden lectures at the UVA School of Architecture
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments Mario Gooden, architect and partner in New York's Huff + Gooden Architects, will give a Dean's Form lecture on the links between the teaching of art and architecture.
Jessica Partain offers workshop on making polymer jewelry
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
1 comments Jessica Partain, who makes miniature charms from polymer clay, will teach her technique in a two-hour workshop. Participants will learn how to wire-wrap jewelry and will make three miniature burger...
The Niche in the Fine Arts Library: Maria Pithara
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia's The Niche in the Fine Arts Library features the work of video artist, Maria Pithara, who "uses video to choreograph everyday objects and gestures into...
UVA Art Museum hosts Lunchtime Talk by Margo Smith
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum presents a Lunchtime Talk by Margo Smith, director and curator of the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, who will discuss the art of northern Australia. Smith...
UVA Slavic Film Series screens KIN-DZA-DZA
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments     The University of Virginia Spring Slavic Film Series screens the 1986 Russian sci-fi film Kin-dza-dza, directed by Georgi Daneliya. Clemons Library, Room 322A. For more...
UVA Slavic Film Series screens SHADOWS OF FORGOTTEN ANCESTORS
Published on Feb 5th, 2011
0 comments     The University of Virginia Spring Slavic Film Series screens the 1964 Ukrainian film Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors, directed by Sergei Parajanov. Clemons Library, Room 322A...