Fiorani, UVA’s resident expert on Leonardo da Vinci, shares details and fun facts from her new book – and explains why the “Renaissance man” tag might be misapplied.
Alumna Fri Forjindam and her creative team recently added exciting new elements to Paisley Park, the Minnesota home of the late music megastar Prince.
The Criterion Collection, which promotes important classic and contemporary films, is showing several of UVA’s “Black Fire” films about Black student life on Grounds from the 1960s through the present.
Among her recent accolades, Dove was named a “trailblazer” by the U.S. State Department, one of five African American women it recognized during Black History Month.
Since 2004, alumnus Daniel Jones has edited the popular New York Times column “Modern Love,” which has spawned three books, a television show and a weekly podcast with more than 100 million downloads.
Ali Fard sees tech firms’ shift toward monumental representations of power; Phoebe Crisman worries about a “Disney version” of nature. They and other faculty members analyze Amazon’s spiraling “Helix.”
Hillman will talk about the qualities used in reading and writing poetry that “can help us live.”
Aja Gabel wrote a short story about a pandemic almost a decade ago, and when the film rights were sold more than two years ago, the coronavirus was still unknown.