A peculiar phenomenon suggests that confronting fears head-on through horror movies — even if you are watching through splayed fingers — may actually be therapeutic and improve fear-response.
On Nov. 12, another Inside U.Va. Arts webinar detailed how programs at the University and the student art experience has changed since the start of the semester.
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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.
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.
University students and faculty gathered in the Ruffin Gallery to view the captivating performance videos on display — titled “Blot,” “Gestalt” and “Bunny Boy,” each of which offered a unique experience.