Netflix’s documentary series “Abstract: The Art of Design” is a testament to the beauty of niche media produced to perfection.
A Quick And Tragic Thaw will be on public display in Ruffin Gallery until Oct.18th.
It’s as if the architecture of the University is encroaching where it does not belong, not building a connection but emphasizing a distinct difference between the two spheres of Charlottesville.
The venue, the bands and the crowd coalesced into a vibrant and energetic night, filled with hoots and hollers and high-fives.
Broadway Talks Back, a CIO dedicated to bringing theater professionals and students together, hosted a master class and Q&A with award-winning actress Jessie Mueller.
Jody Kielbasa, director of the Virginia Film Festival and vice provost of the Arts, announced the lineup for the 32nd festival in a press conference Tuesday.
Although the producers worked behind-the-scenes to allow for this couple’s connection to shine, their overall handling of the couple was somewhat problematic.
Do modern audiences want a three hour broadcast event in the age of streaming?
Accompanied by a lyrical journey of self-determination and an exploration of the desperate essence of human nature, Alex displays a sound that appears increasingly evolved with each biennial album drop.
"Otherwise,” a new exhibit at the Fralin Museum of Art, gives museum-goers a perfect opportunity to think about the past and future of LGBTQ art.
JPEGMAFIA — or Peggy, as he calls himself — embodies the schizoid, irony-poisoned nature of the internet more than any artist currently working.
“Hollywood’s Bleeding” deserves the widespread praise and shows the music industry that Post Malone is a consistent frontrunner in producing hits.
New Netflix miniseries "The Spy" is competent television from a talented creative team — but still leaves something to be desired for wider audiences.