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UVA hosts symposium examining Greco-Roman perspectives on gender
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia hosts a one-day seminar, "Ancient Cultures, New Perspectives: Gendered Approaches to the Greek and Roman Worlds." Specialists in ancient epigraphy, archaeology, art, and...
The Bridge: Photography by Ben Ward
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments The Bridge features photographer Ben Ward's exhibit, "What's Cooking in the Kurdish Kitchen." A First Friday opening and performance is scheduled for November 4, 6-8pm. 209 Monticello Road. 984-5669.
The Bridge: Andrew Stern's "Appalachian Portfolio"
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments The Bridge features photographer Andrew Stern's "Appalachian Portfolio." Shot between 1959-1963 and inspired by Stern's wife's roots in Appalachian coal country, Stern's respectful images of Kentucky...
The Bridge: "Circo Mi Circo"
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments The Bridge features "Circo Mi Circo," a show of video, collage, and sculpture, as well as a circus tent presenting a Circus en Espanol created and performed by children from Charlottesville’s diverse...
The Bridge: John-Michael Triana's "Vantage Point"
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
1 comments The Bridge features photography, projection, and experimental film in John-Michael Triana's exhibition, "Vantage Point," which"explores an innovative visual language attempting to articulate the...
BozART: Cindy Ferreria's "Escapes"
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments BozART Gallery presents "Escapes," an exhibition of urban and rural landscapes by Cindy Ferreria. A First Friday opening is scheduled for April 1, 5-8pm. 211 W. Main St. on the Downtown Mall. 296-...
Central Library: Photography by Billy Hunt
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
1 comments The Central branch (i.e. downtown) of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library shows photographer Billy Hunt's series, "Black and White and Blood Over," to celebrate the kickoff of this year's Big Read...
Kluge-Ruhe opens Ricky Maynard exhibition
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments The Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection hosts an opening reception for Tasmanian-born photographer Ricky Maynard's exhibition, "Portrait of a Distant Land." 400 Worrell Dr. 244-0234.
Kluge-Ruhe: Ricky Maynard's "Potrait of a Distant Land"
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments The Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection shows Tasmanian-born photographer Ricky Maynard's exhibition, "Portrait of a Distant Land." 400 Worrell Dr. 244-0234.
Writer House: George Kamide and Roberto Kamide
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments Writer House  presents "Listen to the Stream," a collaborative exhibit of haiku and photographs by George Kamide and Roberto Kamide. A First Friday opening is scheduled for April 1, 5:30-7:30pm...
The Garage: Daniel Perry
Published on Mar 26th, 2011
0 comments The Garage showcases Daniel Perry's hand-cut prints, which explore "the interrelated dynamism of nature and the human form." A First Friday opening is scheduled for April 1, 5-8pm. 250 First St. NE (...
Fellini's #9: Melanie Haislip
Published on Mar 26th, 2011
0 comments Fellini's #9 features Melanie Haislip's "Contemporary Wine Art on Canvas," an exhibition of Giclee prints. A First Friday opening is scheduled for April 1, 5-6:30pm. 200 W. Market St. 979-4279.
Art Life Studio presents "Re-Imagining Life through Art"
Published on Mar 26th, 2011
0 comments The Art Life Studio presents "Re-Imagining Life through Art," an evening of art, poetry, and music. Artists displayed include Jena Leake, Karen Robertson, Kristin Rexter, Amy Kilroy, Ginny Tunis,...
SSG: Pre-Auction preview
Published on Mar 26th, 2011
0 comments Second Street Gallery previews the works that will go under the gavel at its annual benefit auction, which is scheduled for April 8. Those contributing work to the cause include Michael Fitts, Sharon...
SSG: Pre-Auction preview
Published on Mar 26th, 2011
0 comments Second Street Gallery previews the works that will go under the gavel at its annual benefit auction, which is scheduled for April 8. Those contributing work to the cause include Michael Fitts, Sharon...
Reading into things: Chroma artists have a way with words
Published on Mar 21st, 2011
0 comments “Show, don’t tell.” Every author knows this dictate by heart (whether choosing to comply or not). The visual artists showing work in Chroma Projects’ current exhibition, “Anthology: One Thousand...
UVA Art Department opens Yi Sheng's "The Miraculous Mandarin"
Published on Mar 19th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia's McIntire Department of Art opens a special exhibit of work, "The Miraculous Mandarin," created by visiting artist Yi Sheng, whose work "embraces a mix of video,...
UVA Art Department presents visiting artist Yi Sheng's "The Miraculous Mandarin"
Published on Mar 19th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia's McIntire Department of Art presents a special exhibit of work, "The Miraculous Mandarin," created by visiting artist Yi Sheng, whose work "embraces a mix of video,...
UVA Art Museum offers Saturday Special Tour with Mary Jo Ayers
Published on Mar 19th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum presents a Saturday Special Tour led by Mary Jo Ayers, adjunct curator of Native American art, who will discuss the Native American art in the Museum's new...
Chroma Projects: "Small Breaches in the Firmament"
Published on Mar 19th, 2011
0 comments Chroma Projects Art Laboratory presents a four-artist show, "Small Breaches in the Firmament." In the Front Gallery, Bill Bennet and Barbara MacCallum present sculpture and mixed-media works. In the...
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