Teaching during a pandemic wasn’t easy for anyone, especially those teaching aspiring actors, musicians and artists. But in some ways, art education may just be better for it.
Twenty years later, six UVA experts reflect on how 9/11 prompted cultural shifts in policy, religion, literature and more.
Media studies associate professor William Little, who teaches a course centered on the use of artificial intelligence in film, weighs in on the controversial use of AI in a new documentary.
From Hawaii’s tourist tax to Venice’s cruise ship ban, major destinations are reevaluating mass tourism. Urban planning professor Jessica Sewell discusses striking a new balance between residents and tourists.
Revisit the “Brighter Together” projection mapping shows, which lit up UVA’s iconic buildings with color, movement and music.
With a positive response to his new film, “Lean In” – selected for last month’s Roxbury International Film Festival – former UVA football player Canaan Severin’s investment in himself is paying off.
University photographer Sanjay Suchak was on hand as workers removed the statue near the Corner.
On Thursday, the Virginia Film Festival will screen “When My Time Comes,” in which Rehm explores the fight around medical aid in dying and her own experience with her late husband, John.