This exhibition focuses on the women artists from Egypt working in video, film and other media arts. The aim is to highlight the diversity and complexity of the roles that these media and these artists play in contemporary Egyptian society.
Marwa Adel, Sara Bayoumy , Marwa Benhalim, Hend and Asmaa Elkolaly, Yousria Ghorab, Mai Al Shazly, Nouran Sherif
10.23.2015 TO 11.20.2015
Richmond-based, South African artist Siemon Allen studies the sustainability of the archive as a way to consider what the move towards digital music formats means for the accessibility of earlier analog forms, such as vinyl.
9.4.2015 TO 10.17.2015
6.5.2015 TO 5.30.2015
If it’s true that culture is a set of social and political boundaries that are marked and contested in performance, then we might ask what happens to culture when the performances people give are determined, in part, by the interpretive framework of others.
—Michael Bowman, Performing Southern History
5.1.2015 TO 5.30.2015
A conversation in figurative painting, this exhibition features works that highlight each artist’s way of breathing life, volume, and movement into art.
Regina Miele/Edward Thomas
4.3.2015 TO 4.25.2015
3.3.2015 TO 3.28.2015
The Conqueror, Yeni Mao’s latest body of work, centers on three films about Genghis Khan made between 1956 and 2007.
2.6.2015 TO 2.28.2015
Portraits of Yemaya features paintings, photographs, sculptures, and site-specific work by Atlanta-based artist and scholar Arturo Lindsay.
12.5.2014 TO 1.31.2015
Lighthouse Studio Filmmakers, UVa Cinematography Students, and Kevin Jerome Everson
11.7.2014 TO 11.27.2014
Warren Craghead, Cynthia Henebry, Heide Trepanier and Sarah Boyts Yoder
10.3.2014 TO 11.1.2014