The arts are central to life at the University of Virginia. Set within our historic 1,149-acre Grounds, UVA offers access to world-class art and performances at historic Old Cabell Hall, the Ruth Caplin Theater, The Fralin Museum of Art and Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection. Through UVA Arts and signature events, such as the Virginia Film Festival, the University cultivates a vibrant community that promotes creative expression and unites artists and performers across the Commonwealth, nation and world.
UVA fourth-year student, Uzo Njoku, takes the adage your college career is what you make it to a new level with her art and best-selling coloring book, The Bluestocking Society.
Supporting Artistic Pursuits
Through the Graduate and College of Arts and Sciences, UVA offers rich curricula in music, studio art, drama, creative writing, art history and dance. Our School of Architecture provides an undergraduate education in architecture, urban planning and environmental design and architectural history, and it offers some of the top graduate programs in the country.