The ICA’s inaugural exhibition, Declaration, will explore contemporary art’s power to catalyze change, and will feature painting, sculpture, multimedia works, site-specific installations, and time-based performances by emerging and established artists.
The new Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University continues to take shape on the southwest corner of Belvidere and Broad streets.
An MFA Candidate at VCUarts, An Liu came to America to complete the two-year VCUarts Interior Arts program and experience interior design from the American perspective.
This fall, VCU will throw a party to unveil its new crown jewel. VCU’s Institute for Contemporary Art at the Markel Center, or ICA, will open Oct. 28, with a day-long festival planned for the surrounding blocks.
The ICA’s Markel Center will open Oct. 28 at Belvidere and Broad streets with an exhibition called “Declarations,” featuring new works by artists from around the world.
Construction continues at the Markel Center, and the ICA is scheduled to open in October 2017.
Student demand, educational trends and a steady supply of cash spur expansions on campus.
The role of art museums and contemporary art on today’s college campuses—including Virginia Commonwealth University.
Carol Anne Lajoie, ICA’s Director of Development is honored as one of Richmond’s Top 40 Under 40 by Style Weekly.
Stephanie Smith joins the ICA at VCU.
The Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) has appointed Stephanie Smith as its chief curator.
Stephanie Smith will join the ICA in November 2016 as its Chief Curator.
ICA Director Lisa Freiman is #1 on the Power List.
VCU’s new art center develops its mission as construction of the building at Broad and Belvidere continues.
The Institute for Contemporary Art at at the Markel Center takes shape on the corner of Belvidere and Broad.
New business and the construction of the ICA at VCU bring transformation to Broad Street.
ICA Director Lisa Freiman discusses the work-life balance.
Art Papers features the ICA’s exhibition Nir Evron: Projected Claims.
ICA’s curator, Lauren Ross, is featured in Artnet news as one of the 16 female curators to watch in 2016.