Thursday, April 7-Saturday, April 30, 2022

Ruth C. Horton Gallery, Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery, and Sherwood Payne Quillen '71 Reception Gallery



Featuring works by Betsy Bannan, Sam Blanchard, Michael Borowski, Dongsoo Choi, Meaghan Dee, Dustin Dennis, Zach Duer, Eiman Elgewely, C. Meranda Flachs-Surmanek, Emmanuel Frimpong, Jennifer Hand, Scotty Hardwig, Travis Head, Brian Holcombe, Laura Iancu, Wonjung Jung, Nate King, Wallace Lages, Amanda Lechner, Barbara Leshyn, Eugene Maurakis, Mitch Miller, Charles Nichols, Hiromi Okumura, Joy Rosenthal, Eric Standley, and Rachel Lin Weaver

The exhibition highlights new works created by faculty members from the School of Visual Arts, School of Performing Arts, School of Architecture + Design, and School of Plants and Environmental Sciences. Spanning a wide variety of media, subject matter, and scale, these works include both traditional and cutting-edge approaches to artmaking, highlighting the creativity, ingenuity, and skill of the university’s faculty.

Eric Standley
Similarity of Opposites, 2021 (detail)
Paper, watercolor, gold leaf, and wood
12 x 20 x 13 inches
Courtesy of the artist

This year, Virginia Tech marks its 150th year with an ongoing celebration of its impact and engagement. The arts are woven throughout the university's history and are a critically important part of its future. This event is part of a range of special performances, exhibitions, and experiences happening throughout the month of April that demonstrate the incredible value the arts and creative experiences have at Virginia Tech.

 Virginia Tech's sesquicentennial logo, a maroom 150 in a serif font with an orange ribbon coming out of the zero, that reads 1872-2022 in white text.