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Department of Painting and Printmaking fall 2019 lectures
Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts
Above: Tomashi Jackson, High Tide (Red Handed), Art In Odd Places MODEL 2012. Photo: Christine Licata.
Above: Tomashi Jackson, High Tide (Red Handed), Art In Odd Places MODEL 2012. Photo: Christine Licata.
Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts
Box 842519
325 North Harrison Street
Richmond, Virginia 23284-2519
United States

arts.vcu.edu
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Kenny Rivero
September 5, 12:30pm
VCU Student Commons Theater
907 Floyd Ave
Richmond, VA 23284

Joshua Simon*
September 24, 12:30pm
ICA
601 W Broad St
Richmond, VA 23220

Tomashi Jackson**
October 7, 7pm
ICA
601 W Broad St
Richmond, VA 23220

Enrique Figuerdo
October 16, 12:30pm
Fine Arts Building Room 301
1000 West Broad St
Richmond, VA 23220

Minerva Cuevas
November 7, 12:30pm
ICA
601 W Broad St
Richmond, VA 23220

*In collaboration with the VCU Department of Sculpture + Extended Media
**In collaboration with the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU

The VCUarts Department of Painting + Printmaking is a vibrant community of artists, critics, and curators that are informed by a practice of studio work and research with a strong emphasis in critical thinking. Each year, the department brings in a broad and diverse range of practitioners for students to interact with. Often, as is the case this year, these programs are designed in collaboration with other areas within VCU.

Recognized by its peer institutions, the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCUarts) is among the top schools of art and design in the country, a ranking that is based on graduate programming. VCUarts is housed within a public, urban research university that offers a range of areas of study. Boasting a stellar roster of faculty members, who are successful and active in their respective disciplines, the school attracts students of the highest caliber from across the country and around the world. Graduates of our professional degree programs are artists, scholars, educators, performers, entrepreneurs and more. Counted among our alumni are Guggenheim, Grammy, Fulbright, Emmy, and MacArthur “Genius Award” recipients.

September 10, 2019

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Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts, Richmond