Beattie, whose latest novel is “A Wonderful Stroke of Luck,” will give a reading Oct. 17 and two subsequent lectures as part of the Kapnick residency.
Workers on Wednesday placed the first stone in the circle of the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers.
Students in UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development spent a Saturday at James Madison’s home, talking about how to teach the legacies of freedom and slavery.
Craftsman Bob Donahue and his assistant Kelly Potts spent last week doing repair and preservation work on the statue of Homer on the Lawn, and things got a little heated.
The 32nd annual Virginia Film Festival, led by UVA and the Office of the Provost and Vice Provost for the Arts, has more than 150 films planned for Oct. 23-27.
Michael Bérubé, who earned his Ph.D. in English from UVA, looks at what literature and popular culture reveal about our society’s ideas and treatment of disability.
A new exhibition celebrates political cartoonist Patrick Oliphant’s work and shows how and why he became the most widely syndicated, most influential political cartoonist in America.
Nyong’o’s “Sulwe,” tells the story of a girl who wishes her skin were not the color of “midnight.” The star chose UVA alumna and bestselling writer and illustrator Vashti Harrison to do the artwork from among several other artists.