Declaration highlights the transformative power of art and artists, exploring themes such as racial justice, gender, communication across barriers, human impact on the built and natural environment, and responses to social dysphoria.
Summer Studio is a supportive, rigorous artist residency that combines theory, practice and professional development.
VCUarts graduate program in Painting + Printmaking includes 15 graduate students every year. Each student has a private studio and access to world-class digital and analogue printmaking facilities.
Performing Statistics — a project connecting incarcerated teens with artists, designers, educators, and Virginia’s leading policy advocate — is one of many that the VCUarts Department of Art Education partners with the community on that addresses local issues with national significance.
Students are equipped with large studio spaces, state-of-the-art facilities and the time to pursue independently determined goals.
VCUarts’ Kinetic Imaging MFA program offers a hybrid, in depth inquiry into emerging media and video, sound, and animated art.
Deadline to apply for Fall 2017 admission to VCUarts highly ranked, graduate fine arts programs is January 15, 2017.
VCUarts’ Kinetic Imaging MFA is a two-year, studio-based, fine art program designed to support six to eight graduate students each year.
The VCUarts Painting + Printmaking Masters in Fine Arts program provides excellent opportunities for artists to work, reflect, experiment and study.
Morazan and Lemu join VCUarts Sculpture + Extended Media faculty members Corin Hewitt, Michael Jones McKean, Kendall Buster, Carlton Newton and Matt King.