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Beaux-Arts Bash Sponsor Spotlight-The Woodland

The Woodland is happy to be a Beaux-Arts Bash Sponsor!

“The Woodland is pleased to support the LCVA and the arts community. The LCVA is an integral part of the fabric of America’s first two college community and The Woodland is proud to be a sponsor.”

Nominations for Community Achievement in the Arts Awards Due March 1

PURPOSE:  The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts is resuming its annual Community Achievement in the Arts Award in the spring of 2017. The awards honor an individual, a non-profit organization, and a business that have made a significant and selfless contribution to the development of the arts in Southside Virginia, including Amelia, Appomattox, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Lunenburg, Nottoway and Prince Edward Counties.

Elly MacKay "Chasing Shadows" Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

"Chasing Shadows" Front Window Installation

If you've driven down Farmville's Main Street lately you've undoubtedly noticed the incredible front window installation in LCVA. Drivers and pedestrians alike have enjoyed the magical aquatic scene featuring beautiful coral, playful mermaids, and a variety of marine life suspended in the scene.

Stephanie Bailey, 2016 "Point of Departure" exhibition at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

2016 Senior Spotlight: Stephanie Bailey

Stephanie is a graphic design major at Longwood. Her work in Point of Departure focuses on self-harm and how to assist those who suffer from it.

Amanda Mixner, 2016 "Point of Departure" exhibition at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

2016 Senior Spotlight: Amanda Mixner

Amanda is a graphic design major at Longwood. Her work in Point of Departure seeks to provide educational support to young girls in Malawi.

Holli Adams, 2016 "Point of Departure" exhibition at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

2016 Senior Spotlight: Holli Adams

Holli is a graphic design major at Longwood. Her work in Point of Departure helps military families deal with the difficulties associated with deployment.

Bianca Cherry, 2016 "Point of Departure" exhibition at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

2016 Senior Spotlight: Bianca Cherry

Bianca is a graphic design major at Longwood. Her work in Point of Departure encourages high school students in the state of Virginia to consider a career in art therapy.

Carley Lucas, 2016 "Point of Departure" exhibition at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

2016 Senior Spotlight: Carley Lucas

Carley is a graphic design major at Longwood. Her work in Point of Departure encourages residents of her community to support local businesses.

Mary Kyle, 2016 "Point of Departure" exhibition at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

2016 Senior Spotlight: Mary Kyle

Mary is a graphic design major at Longwood. Her work in Point of Departure seeks to better our education system by focusing on students' unique interests.

"Growing Minds is a campaign to transform education as we know it today. The system in place today is standard, mass produced, and uninteresting. The Growing Minds campaign goal is to reshape the system into one that is organic, nurturing, and inspiring to each student.

Brittany Delbridge, 2016 "Point of Departure" exhibition at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, LCVA

2016 Senior Spotlight: Brittany Delbridge

Brittany is a painting major at Longwood. Her work in Point of Departure focuses on her place of residence during her time at Longwood and memories associated with homes.