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Art After Dark ©Longwood Center for the Visual Arts

Art after Dark replaces the formal “lecture” format normally associated with museums with interdisciplinary activities, such as a creative talk coupled with a volunteer-led hands-on activity, film screening, spoken word poetry slam, or musical performance. The evening gatherings have a relaxed atmosphere that encourages engaging conversation. All activities are completely free of charge.

Through the Art after Dark Creative Gatherings series, LCVA provides a welcoming forum to interact creatively with others in the community within a social setting. “With Art after... More

The General Education Film Series, managed by Wade Edwards (French) and David Shoenthal (Mathematics), shows foreign and/or independent films that explore themes not commonly found in box-office offerings. Created by Shoenthal and Anna Cox, the series finds films that support the conceptual foundation of the General Education program.  Support for the series comes from General Education, the LCVA, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Two main goals of the Film Series are to provide opportunities to increase students’ cultural, artistic, and information literacy by presenting... More

Carson Reeher, class of 2016, former Wells-Bishop Intern

The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) is a teaching museum dedicated to educating students about how their skills can be applied to the betterment of their community. Internships at the LCVA are an ideal opportunity for students to hone their skills while obtaining “real life,” on-the-job experiences. The LCVA encourages college students from any discipline to apply for an internship.

Internships are available both with and without stipends in a variety of areas, including administration, marketing, public relations, development, collections... More

Questions?
Contact lcvatours@longwood.edu   

Scheduling
Reservations are required. Please complete the tour reservations form. Please indicate any special needs your students may have. Reservations must be sent no less than 2 weeks in advance.
Tours are available Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Special exceptions may be made. Please inquire.

Tours are not available on State, Federal, and Longwood University holidays.

These dates... More

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