Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture
7:40 am
Wed July 3, 2013

Hollins University is going all Steinway

After a ten-year effort, Hollins University now joins George Mason, James Madison, and Radford Universities to share in the distinction of being an “All-Steinway School.”  Hollins now has 25 of the coveted Steinway pianos, after today’s delivery of five grand and two upright pianos.

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Multi-Media Art Installation
5:00 pm
Mon July 1, 2013

Bright Shiny Me

For most people, art is something you hang on the wall - but for the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts it’s much, much more.  The Center recently staged a happening at Morven Farm in Charlottesville.

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Choral Performance in Charlottesville
7:56 am
Thu June 27, 2013

Mozart's Requiem: A Summer Project for Students

While many of their peers are  swimming, biking, hiking or just goofing around this summer, more than three dozen high school students  from around the state have gathered in Charlottesville this week for a vocal labor of love - rehearsing and performing one of the most complex works of choral art ever.  A Mozart marathon now underway.

Judith Gary  is music director for the Virginia Consort, a singing ensemble in Charlottesville and one of five music professionals behind a remarkable summer experiment.
 

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Charlottesville's Festival of the Photograph
12:33 pm
Tue June 25, 2013

Martha Rosler's Theatre of Drones

Credit Martha Rosler. Cellular.

Charlottesville is the first city in the nation to pass a law restricting the use of drones in its airspace, and now a New York City artist has created a special show on that subject.

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Floyd Film Premier
12:16 pm
Tue June 25, 2013

House of Good and Evil

The first feature film shot in Floyd, Virginia will premier there, this Saturday evening.  “House of Good and Evil,” a low budget, independent movie, was shot almost entirely in the town last summer. 

Dozens of local people pitched in to help. Now the producers want to say ‘thank you’ with a free, outdoor showing, open to the public. 

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