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Many students took a break from their studies Tuesday night to see Noah Cyrus, the 23-year-old singer-songwriter and younger sister of pop star Miley Cyrus. The Jefferson Theater filled with townies and students alike, all there to see Cyrus on tour for her debut studio album, “The Hardest Part”, which she released in 2022.
Artwork made of artwork, a collage of pieces saved by Asst. Prof. Elizabeth Schoyer lines a wall of Ruffin Gallery floor to ceiling in “Murmuration,” a culmination of the connections formed between Schoyer and her students over the past 20 years.
Ahh, May —the last week of dreading finals and a walk to your last few classes of the semester in the 90 degree heat. Sweat drips down your forehead as you try to remember what exactly elastic demand means, wishing you were somewhere tropical instead of Wilson 402. The smell of summer is right around the corner, and you’re so close to the end. Here are a few songs to listen to for some motivation through the last minute cram sessions and all-around good vibes.
The art department is currently working on two memorials to honor D’Sean Perry — who was an involved Studio Art major in the College — including a bench next to the Culbreth Garage and banners of Perry’s artwork which will hang around Arts Grounds. As students, faculty, friends and family continue to grieve the tragic events of last semester’s shooting, the University community has come together to ensure the legacies of D'Sean Perry, Lavel Davis Jr. and Devin Chandler are not forgotten.
The McGuffey Art Center is typically home to works from a number of professional Charlottesville artists, but the second floor of the gallery is home to a hidden gem — a hallway recently lined with student masterpieces. University studio artists, whether enrolled in the major or just a studio art class, contributed a selection of thought-provoking and personal pieces to the exhibit.
An emblem of the Downtown Mall and Main Street, the Paramount Theater has given generations of Charlottesville natives a weekend escape from the banality of real life. This year, the Paramount is celebrating 90 years since its opening, one year late due to the pandemic.
Each year, fall a cappella auditions bring clusters of singers to the Lawn. Some are current members of one of the University’s 14 a cappella groups, eager for talented new recruits. Others are hopeful yet nervous auditionees, making their way around to audition for as many groups as possible.
Audiences gathered at Old Cabell Hall for the fifth concert in the University’s Chamber Music Series, the penultimate in the series Sunday. Students, families with children and elderly members of the Charlottesville community spent the afternoon immersed in the world of classical music. The series, directed by Jiyeon Choi, a clarinetist and lecturer in clarinet at the University, features performances by the University’s finest classical performers and outstanding guests.