Students and faculty lead creative projects and discoveries that connect the arts to health care, community justice, computer science, and more.
Graduate students are charting a new landscape of global integration through arts and design.
Design professor Wes Taylor and dance professor MK Abadoo launch interdisciplinary course that helps students facilitate dialogues on power dynamics through community-building.
Multidisciplinary artist and assistant professor of sculpture, Guadalupé Maravilla, was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to continue his exploration of border politics and his personal displacement.
Marie Fornaro is a Craft and Material Studies MFA candidate at VCUarts. The program offers concentrations in Clay, Fiber, Metal, Glass, and Wood.
KI offers a hybrid, in-depth inquiry into emerging media, video, sound, and animated arts.
VCUarts is one of the nation’s leading arts schools, dedicated to advancing creative expression, new scholarship and innovation.
An MFA program that combines studio time, theory, travel and career opportunities at one of the nation’s leading art schools.
Students receive full tuition support, paid assistantships, research travel grants and exhibition opportunities.
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.