Virginia Commonwealth University [View Image]School of Business

About usArtist in Residence Program

The VCU School of Business artist-in-residence program supports the school’s EPIC strategic plan and vision to drive the future of business through the power of creativity.

The program has inspired students, faculty and staff to think about work in a different way by incorporating a common thread throughout the program: changing perceptions.

Unique for a business school, the program was recognized as an by AACSB International as an Innovation that Inspires.

In the News

Spreading creativity through coffee, cooking and dance [View Image]

Spreading creativity through coffee, cooking and dance

Thursday, March 5

School of Business creativity czar Elena Olson encourages faculty and staff to approach their industry in new ways.

VMFA named artist-in-residence at the VCU School of Business [View Image]

VMFA named artist-in-residence at the VCU School of Business

Tuesday, September 24

The partnership kicked off informally this summer with a pilot of VMFA’s distance learning program.

Tuning in: as the School of Business artist-in-residence, the Richmond Symphony is striking a creative chord [View Image]

Tuning in: as the School of Business artist-in-residence, the Richmond Symphony is striking a creative chord

Wednesday, January 23

Faculty and staff reflect on creativity, teamwork and collaboration after sitting in on a symphony rehearsal.

The art of making money [View Image]

The art of making money

Thursday, June 14

Alyssa Salomon, artist-in-residence at the VCU School of Business, ends her tenure with material exploration project

VCU School of Business artist-in-residence teaches change in perspective [View Image]

VCU School of Business artist-in-residence teaches change in perspective

Thursday, October 20

Artist Noah Scalin worked with business students to create a portrait of pioneering businesswoman Maggie Walker.

Previous Artists-in-Residence 

2016-17: Noah Scalin, visual artist 

2017-18: Alyssa Salomon, photographer 

2018-19: Richmond Symphony

Contact Us

VCU School of Business
301 W. Main Street
Box 844000
Richmond, VA, 23284-4000

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