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Stephen Addiss, a recently retired professor who taught art history for 20 years at University of Richmond, recently opened an exhibition called "No Eye Flowers: Paintings, Calligraphy, and Ceramics" in the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art in the Modlin Center for the Arts.
The staff of University Museums and Modlin Center for the Arts hosted the fifth annual Family Arts Day on Sunday, featuring face painting, stick puppets and an instrument petting zoo, in the Modlin Center lobby.
The University of Richmond's Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art is showcasing the Annual Student Exhibition in the Pickles Gallery located in the Modlin Center. The show closes Sunday, Sept. 25.
Students enrolled in Richmond's seminar in museum studies course will host a grand opening celebration of their own exhibition Wednesday, April 6, at the Carole Weinstein International Center.
Pablo Picasso is six artists rolled into one. He was the inventor of cubism, a master of classical painting, a leader of the French avant-garde, a surrealist, a sculptor and a printmaker. He is, according to University of Richmond art history professor Margaret Denton, the dominant 20th-century artist. And now, he's in Richmond, Va.
In the quiet of the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art in the Modlin Center for the Arts lies a variety of artwork: from acrylics on paper and oils on canvas, to pen and ink drawings and charcoals, to photography and ceramics and even a video display.
Not too many University of Richmond students visit the Lora Robins Gallery, an on-campus museum hidden behind the large wooden double doors in front of Lakeview Hall.
Confederate flags EVERYWHERE. "The South will rise again" stickers and banners all over the place. Numerous museums, exhibits and historical sites dedicated to Confederate history. These are a handful of present-day Virginia's odes to the Confederacy, but apparently, that's not enough. Virginia's governor wants the entire month of April dedicated to Confederate history. Are times really changing or are we simply moving in reverse?
Seven senior studio art majors will exhibit works across a variety of media at "Feed Me Art," the 2010 senior thesis exhibition, from April 16 to May 9.
The University of Richmond museums are scheduled to open several new exhibits during the spring 2010 semester and will host programs in conjunction with many of the current and new displays.
The work of composer and artist John Cage is the common thread between a series of art and meditation events taking place throughout the semester, including an exhibition of his watercolors, titled "John Cage: Zen Ox-Herding Pictures," on view at the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art and the Harnett Print Study Center at the University of Richmond.
The University of Richmond promotes its undergraduate study abroad programs, but the lesser-known Faculty Seminar program provides the same opportunity to faculty members.
Senior Kelly Hughes has always been interested in how religion and historical events impact art, and vice versa. When she discovered that the University of Richmond museums had more than 5,000 Byzantine coins in their collection, she began to do research.
A young boy paints a rock during the University of Richmond museums' celebration of their 40th anniversary. (Ivori Zvorsky/The Collegian)
Images of war will be on the news as well as on the University of Richmond campus this year, and war will appear in a variety of university programs as the 2008-09 theme. Musicologist Suzanne G. Cusick's lecture on Oct. 5 will mark the opening of the exhibit "This is War! The Pain, Power, and Paradox of Images," which will run from Oct. 5 to April 4 in the Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center.