Opening Reception for Bridget Baylin: "Here & There"
Wednesday, September 28 | 4:30pm- 7pm Batten Institute Suite (Camp Library) at the Darden School | FREE Join us at the Darden school for the opening reception of Bridget Baylin's exhibit, "Here & There." Baylin's exhibition will be on display through April 21, 2017 at the Darden School and is available to view Monday-Friday 9am- 5pm. Parking instuctions and other information can be found here.
Wednesday, September 28 | 5pm | UVA Bookstore | FREE Join the UVA Creative Writing Department as they celebrate the publication of Director Jane Alison's new book, Nine Island. Set in Miami Beach, the book is anintimate autobiographical tale told from the perspective of J who grapples with the decision to give up on romantic love forever.
Culbreth Theatre | September 29 & 30, October 6 - 8 at 8:00 pm & October 1, 8, & 9 at 2:00 pm Tickets: $8-$14 | FREE for UVA Students! The UVA Department of Drama presents The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare, directed by John Paul Scheidler and Betsy Rudelich Tucker. Who's Who? What's what? The why's and wherefore's abound in Shakespeare's tale of mismatched pairs of long-lost twins.
Thursday, September 29 | 9pm | Milli Joe Coffee | FREE Join the UVA MFA Program for a reading from two members of the community, Sasha Prevost and Ethan Feuer. Prevost began her fully funded MFA in poetry this Fall after receiving awards for Persian & foreign language studies. Feuer began his MFA in fiction after earning an architecture degree. He wrote the graphic novel Semeurge among other fun projects.
Friday, September 30 | 5pm | Arts Grounds Final Fridays is a monthly exhibition of the Arts at UVA highlighting exhibits, performances, and lectures, at Arts Grounds and beyond! This month, look out for the new Dorthea Rockburne exhibit at the Fralin, the Drama Department's production of The Comedy of Errors, lectures from the Architecture School and studio art exhibition openings.
Saturday, October 1 | 5pm | Chroma Projects | Free Richard Crozier, emeritus professor of art and longtime teacher of painting at the University, is the subject of a new book on his Charlottesville scenes: “Repository of Missing Places: Richard Crozier’s Paintings of Lost & Kept Charlottesville.” It contains many of Dick’s local views and also short essays by several writers.
WTJU Presents: Sally Rose Band and Erin & the Wildfire
Saturday, October 1 | 5pm | IX Art Park | Free Celebrate homegrown, rock ‘n’ roll girl power with the Sally Rose Band and Erin & the Wildfire. Presented by WTJU- FM, a non-profit radio station and IX Art Park as part of the Levitt AMP Music Series.