2020 Senior Spotlight: Taylor Buchanan

Taylor Buchanan '20 is a Longwood University graduate with a concentration in graphic design. Her senior project aims to inform pet owners about the benefits of CBD.

2020 Senior Spotlight: KC McAllister

KC McAllister '20 is a fine arts graduate of Longwood University with a concentration in photography. Her digital prints create a cinematic feel with stills depicting stories of human emotion. Four stories reveal different levels of perception within the same situation.

2020 Senior Spotlight: Alex Mach

Headspace (2020) by Alex Mach; Animated Short Film using Toon Boom Harmony, Toon Boom Storyboard Pro, and the Adobe Creative Cloud.

Alex Mach '20 is a recent animation design graduate of Longwood University. In his animated short film, a designer struggles with the inception of an idea.  

2020 Senior Spotlight: Alexis Powers

Alexis Powers is a studio art major at Longwood University. Her work invites the viewer to get closer to find the hidden meaning and is intended to leave us wanting more.

2020 Senior Spotlight: James Conner

James Conner is an art major with a concentration in photography at Longwood University. His senior project "Collecting Love" discusses grief, loss, and the process of collecting memories of loved ones. 

ICI (Independent Curators International) relaunches "do it (home)"

do it (home)

Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist

2020 Senior Spotlight: Darby Lutz

Darby Lutz is a graphic design major at Longwood University. She created "Taste Not Waste', a food waste reduction program. 

2020 Senior Spotlight: Melanie Vasquez

Melanie Vasquez is an art major at Longwood with a concentration in photography. Her work asks the question, "What does it mean to be an American?"

2020 Senior Spotlight: Amber Sykes

Amber Sykes in art major with a concentration in photography at Longwood. Through self-portraiture and still life photography, her work questions why people are discriminatory against natural black hair. 

Jack Blanton Collection Virtual Gallery

This contemporary art collection, comprising more than 450 works, came to LCVA through the generosity of Jackson L. Blanton, a native of Tamworth in Cumberland County. Blanton retired in 2003 from the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond as vice president and community affairs officer, a role in which he promoted economic development in underserved communities. In addition, he developed the bank’s fine arts program and served as curator of its art collection, which includes more than 1,000 artworks.