Advanced graphic design students at Lynchburg are making real-world experience for themselves by running their own, in-class design agency. Throughout the semester, they have reached out to clients in the greater-Lynchburg community to offer creative services at no charge.
Lynchburg College’s Senior Exhibition and Annual Juried Art Show will open at 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 1, at Dillard Fine Arts Center.
A new art exhibition at University of Lynchburg shines a spotlight on excellent high school artists in Central Virginia. The show includes 53 works of art from students at eight regional high schools. The art includes images of animals, people, cityscapes, landscapes, and more, in media including sculpture, oil on plexiglass, and encaustic. The artists […]
A new exhibition at University of Lynchburg is giving new attention to artwork by students and alumni — and some cash to the artists. “First Impressions” contains prints made in printmaking classes in recent years. Art professor Beverly Rhoads curated the exhibition in the lower Daura Gallery lobby to show off her students’ work but […]
University of Lynchburg graphic design student Amanda George ’17 won an American Advertising Award (ADDY) on March 4 in Roanoke, Virginia at the Western Virginia Advertising Awards gala. This is the second year in a row that Amanda has won an ADDY. This year’s gala was themed “Ads Against Humanity,” a play off of the […]
Siobhan Byrns, a University of Lynchburg art professor, won the top prize in New Waves 2017, the 22nd annual juried exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art. Her work, “What the Water Took From Us #1,” won Best in Show in the exhibition, which opened January 28 and will be on display until April […]
Elena Kritter ’12 stars as Victoria Woodhull in a play about a woman who ran for the nation’s highest office before women had won the right to vote. After opening to full auditoriums, the play continues for the last weekend of November and the first four days of December.
Natalie LeDonne ’18, a student photographer for University of Lynchburg, has won first place in a scholarship competition sponsored by Kappa Pi, an international art honors society. Kappa Pi’s New Initiate Scholarship honors photographers in their first year of membership in the society. Natalie became a member in August 2016. She submitted five photos, including two from […]
A cyanotype by Siobhan Byrns is included in PHOTO ’16, a national exhibition at the Multiple Exposures Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia, from October 18 to November 27. LC alumni are invited to join Byrns for the artist reception at the gallery on October 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. During that reception, Sam Abell, a photographer of National Geographic fame, will give a talk and present awards.
The Daura Gallery is hosting “Mindful: Exploring Mental Health Through Art,” an exhibition by the Society for Contemporary Craft, until December 10. The exhibition features 30 works that depict the experience of mental illness.