In original Slavic folklore, the vampire functioned as a symbol of disease; it provided an answer when science was lacking.
Sculpture professor William Bennett shows how he adapted his in-person courses under COVID restrictions.
Local carver Ed Morton has become known over the years for the exquisite pumpkin carvings that he does for the Small Special Collections Library and other groups.
Professor Elizabeth Hutton Turner had just finished teaching her art history class when she got word. A painting she had been seeking for years had finally been found.
The singing telegrams are a product of President Jim Ryan’s office and meant to sow comfort and joy during this difficult time.
Pull up a car seat at the Virginia Film Festival’s drive-in screenings, running through Sunday at Morven Farm and the Dairy Market.
Hamilton recently reprised her famed role as Sarah Connor in “Terminator: Dark Fate,” where she worked with producer – and Ryan’s UVA Law classmate – Julie Lynn.
This week’s festival – offering virtual screenings, discussions and drive-in movies – is unlike any other, and the effort behind it might be worthy of its own screenplay.