Here’s a quiz to help you find your stay at home anthem and some much-needed musical release
Quarantine and social distancing have sparked a greater conversation regarding interaction with art and how the power of technology can be harnessed to create impactful viewing experiences.
Family, friends and colleagues gathered to wish graduating students in the English department’s Area Program in Literary Prose godspeed on their post-collegiate journeys.
The show’s authentic exploration of adolescent trauma is made possible by newcomer Maitreyi Ramakrishnan’s down-to-earth performance as Devi.
If social distancing also has you missing your friends in Charlottesville, dreaming of Shenandoah Park or even just longing to be somewhere else, here are five books that are awesome little escapes to work into your days at home.
In our current moment of global crisis, here are five fictional characters you'd want to practice social distancing with.
If you can’t get enough of car rides with the top down and aimless walks through fields full of flowers, take a trip with indie star Clairo through the quintessential day outdoors with your friends.
Quarantine is a pretty terrible time for most things, but it can be an opportune time to bust out some music you haven’t discovered yet while you socially isolate and do a complementary activity.
While Charlottesville residents, like many people across the world, are facing difficult and uncertain situations, organizations like IX Art Park are working to provide even just a sliver of comfort and a spark of creativity and imagination until they can invite the community to their space again.