Richmond-based artist and VCU alum Joan Gaustad (‘75 BFA, Arts) launches her new book, Someone’s Missing . . . and I think It’s Me: Our Great Adventure with Dementia, through a conversation exploring the hows and whys of her writing and the themes she explores.
Events at VCU Libraries
In recognition of Constitution Day and the 20th anniversary of 9/11, VCU Libraries presents a video conversation on the effects of 9/11 on the Constitution and how 9/11 fits into a series of momentous events that have radically altered how the Constitution is interpreted.
The Workshop hosts virtual hands-on demonstrations of tools and software available at home to help you be productive and creative on academic and personal projects.
A series of brief virtual events designed for the VCU Libraries community, highlighting timely subjects, celebrating achievements, practicing creativity and more.
Leila Chatti, winner of the 2021 Levis Reading Prize for Deluge (Copper Canyon Press, 2020), reads from her book.
Author Bill Campbell and artist Bizhan Khodabandeh discuss their work on the acclaimed new graphic novel, The Day the Klan Came to Town, a fictionalized retelling of a community’s resistance to a violent 1923 march of thousands of Ku Klux Klan members in Carnegie, Pa.
Raven Leilani, winner of the 2021 VCU Cabell First Novelist Award for Luster, participates in a Q&A session about the writing and publishing of her book.
The Richmond Indie Comic Expo (RICE) returns for its second year. Organized by VCUarts students, RICE features art for sale from VCU alumni and local comics creators, as well as panel discussions and presentations featuring experts on a variety of comic arts subjects.
VCU Libraries and partners in the Division of Student Affairs and the Division for Student Success have created a series of sessions called Study Well, focusing broadly on student wellbeing. Events highlight all types of health and wellness, including physical, financial, emotional and social health, in addition to academic success.
James Branch Cabell Library offers a variety of tour options to help students, staff and faculty become acquainted with the building and its services.
The Health Sciences Library offers a virtual orientation to help students, staff and faculty become acquainted with the building and its services.
Webinars to help researchers at all levels in the health sciences master online tools and other resources and strategies that benefit research projects.
A series of online workshops for graduate students and advanced researchers, designed to help make your research process better, faster and smarter.