Look beyond some of its rougher edges, and “Nymph” is a proper introduction to one of Britain’s biggest new artists.
“Love and Information” is a play unlike any other. In a rapid sequence of diverse vignettes, Churchill explores what it means to be truly human in a modern, knowledge-driven world.
While the performance was done entirely in Spanish, students in three sections of Spanish translation classes translated all of the sections of narration, the songs and the poems for English speakers to follow along with on their phones.
The Hurlbuts’ goal was to teach filmmakers what they needed to know to thrive in the industry, both in terms of technical knowledge and physical wellness.
The lecture, titled “Frock On: Indigenous Australian Textiles and Fashion,” discussed the recent rise in popularity of Aboriginal designs in the global fashion industry over the past few years.
“$oul $old $eparately” was released Friday with a stacked list of producers, features and some of Gibbs’ best efforts to date, making the record an undoubtedly important release for rap in 2022.
For Cudi, this is unlike anything he's done before, which makes “Entergalactic” even more impressive.
On the cusp of releasing two new singles, fourth year College student Farrah Hanna sat down with The Cavalier Daily to discuss her experience recording music as an independent artist, her musical influences and her songwriting process.
Too much of “Blonde” is about men chewing Monroe up and spitting her back out — reducing her to a victim with daddy issues portrayed through a very male gaze that is at no point comfortable or justified.
Also known as virtual influencers, these pseudo-human moguls are fascinating technological creations taking over social media marketing.
Purveyors of the store can usually find Collinge in the store rearranging books, giving a book recommendation and, if he’s not wearing a mask, offering a welcoming smile.
Wilde delivers a redundant social statement through an incoherent plot, rarely delving deeper than Victory’s shiny surface.
One central focus of the panel was the fact that “Raymond and Ray” was shot almost entirely on-location in and around Richmond.
Sawayama takes a lot of risks on this project, with some paying off and others failing.
West’s fantastical, period-specific stylization and Goth’s tour-de-force performance have crystallized “Pearl” as a memorable horror villain for the ages, which — in a way — gives Pearl herself the immortality she always dreamed of.
Local organizations came together to support queer art and the Charlottesville community at large, providing a space for a diverse crowd of LGBTQ+ people and allies to celebrate their identities.
No matter the interest or skill level, the Robertson Media Center has the tools to transform creative dreams into reality with its plethora of creative technology at no cost.