Kristen Clevenson


Inside the mind of Thomas Struth

Last week, photographer Thomas Struth participated in a discussion with Assoc. Architecture Prof. Nana Last, who is is currently writing a book about Struth, and Art Prof. William Wylie.

VA Players make a splash in “Baby with the Bathwater”

The Virginia Players presented "Baby with the Bath Water" at Helms Theater Tuesday evening in the second show in their Reading Series. The production — part of an effort by the Drama Department's student liaison group to bring lesser-known plays to life through rehearsed readings — brought actors to the stage, dressed in street clothes and lined in a row.

Tom Tom Fall Festival fosters intimate, enriching experience for patrons

As University students and community members headed downtown to the Tom Tom Founders Festival event Friday night, the streets buzzed with chatter as the fall block party amassed a couple hundred participants to celebrate art and innovation in the Charlottesville community.From families to young adults, students to dogs, a large cross-section of interested parties came out to the McGuffey Art Center, blocking off 2nd Street for the celebration.

Groove Cat Comedy opens doors for small audience

Groove Cat Comedy’s 12-person improv cast took to the outdoor patio of the Three Penny Café last Wednesday, performing in casual dress as they stepped into a variety of scenes, music and personalities.