Bruce Boucher, director of The Fralin Museum, celebrates Art Museum Day, a global event held every May 18, with a tour of the “Corot to Cezanne” exhibit; visitors can share their experience via social media using hashtag #artmuseumday.
A public forum will get down to business with several Darden faculty members and Chinese and international business leaders.
U.Va. students can recycle unwanted furniture, appliances, nonperishable food and clothing before they leave. On-Grounds collections run through May 12; off-Grounds collections take place May 11, 20 28.
Everyone knows “Whistler’s Mother,” but come to The Fralin Museum of Art Saturday to learn more about James McNeill Whistler in a tour of the exhibit of his portrait work with curator Emile Johnson.
As the players raise their bets, they also will be raising funds to help support research at the U.Va. Cancer Center. The goal: $20,000.
After last year’s record-breaking 25th anniversary celebration, the spotlight is shining even brighter on the 2013 Virginia Film Festival, set for November.
The panelists will discuss how presidents from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush developed and sold their transportation policies to Congress and the American people.
Innovations in teaching – whether face-to-face or in the virtual classroom – will be the focus of a May 3 summit at U.Va.
A panel of experts, hosted by the U.Va. Food Collaborative, will discuss the benefits and risks and other factors of genetically modified foods.
Co-sponsored by U.Va.’s Contemplative Sciences Center, the symposium’s theme is “Investing in Markets, Society and Ourselves: Views from Investment Masters.”