The spacecraft Lucy will carry a plaque, including Dove’s poetry and other words of wisdom, created as a time capsule – not for unknown aliens, but for our own descendants.
The 2021-22 shows, performed by graduate and undergraduate students, are commentaries on social and environmental challenges in the modern world.
The 34th annual Virginia Film Festival, led by UVA and its offices of the Provost and Vice Provost for the Arts, will screen more than 85 films Oct. 27-31.
The lead gift from Tessa Ader will transform the arts at UVA by providing a home for concerts, dance, theater and interdisciplinary art forms.
The travel guides, known as “the Green Books,” reveal part of 20th-century U.S. history and how African Americans tried to avoid racism on the road.
This fall, he’s teaching “Form & Theory of Fiction,” a seminar for creative writing graduate students, and an advanced fiction course for undergraduates.
Third-year student Davon Okoro is both a nursing student and fashion designer. His company, Guérison Globale – founded during quarantine – offers a range of spirited designs informed by Okoro’s passion for health care, hip-hop and art.
This year’s lineup will include an episode of the highly anticipated Hulu limited series “Dopesick,” starring and executive produced by Michael Keaton, and filmed in Virginia.