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Hallow-Screen

Description

Join the Workshop for a night of spooky spectacles, haunted hosts and wicked works of art. This year's Hallow-Screen event will be a curated collection of student-made works utilizing a variety of creative technologies. Works may includie video art, sound art, film, photography, virtual/augmented reality, video games, interactive art and more. Students can submit Halloween-themed, or otherwise eerie, material to be featured.

The event is free and open to all to watch and will be broadcast live on YouTube. No registration required. For questions or accommodations, please contact the VCU Libraries Events Office at kimbrellgg@vcu.edu.

Watch Live

On Oct. 30 at 5 p.m., tune in for the program.

Be a Part of the Show

Students interested in having their work featured can submit their work through this form.

Image: Hallow-Screen 2020 by Oscar Keyes