Every day, Gustavo Ramos, an art major from Southern Brazil, spends at least four hours drawing or painting in his studio space in a corner of the Tucson House—the art studio at Southern Virginia University.
In the last forum of the semester, Southern Virginia University Provost Madison U. Sowell announced that Barbara Crawford, professor of art, is the recipient of the 2016 Michael and Kay Elton Lectureship for Outstanding Teaching and Scholarship.
The Southern Virginia University Theatre program will present the play “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” Sept. 11-12 and 18-19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chandler Hall auditorium.
Some aspects of Jonathan Whitlock’s life have changed since a fateful car accident 16 years ago today, but through it all, one thing has remained constant: his passion for creating art.
This year’s annual senior art show featured the work of 12 Southern Virginia University art majors and included an array of media including oil painting, printmaking, mixed-media, water-based media, charcoal and handcrafted apparel.
After displaying work in both a national juried art show and a solo exhibit at Lexington's Keirnan Gallery titled “Poetics” this summer, Southern Virginia University Professor Barbara Crawford currently has a series of drawings, “New Visions of the Land and Sky,” on display at the Nelson Gallery in Lexington, Va.
Southern Virginia University Senior Corey Egbert’s newest book, “I Want to Be Baptized,” hit the shelves yesterday.
Brydon Brett (’10) has been performing professionally with his family, the Bretts, in Branson, Mo., for more than a decade — now, he is spearheading efforts to teach others how to become “artist-disciples.”
Southern Virginia University faculty, staff, and students gathered with prospective students and friends of the university to celebrate the accomplishments of Southern Virginia and a decade-long tradition of showcasing beautiful artwork at the 10th Annual Shenandoah Invitational Art Gala.