A group exhibition featuring artworks by Painting & Printmaking junior and senior students from Virginia Commonwealth University School of the arts in Qatar
Ways of reading
Works from emerging Iraqi artists Sajjad Abbas and Laith K. Daer
Shaabi to Chic: Pop Culture is Consumer Culture
As the 2017/2018 academic year marks VCUarts Qatar’s 20th anniversary, we are honored to celebrate the diversity of our alumni and their success in the art and design field.
Learn new skills and make new friends during the holidays at VCUQatar in Education City. Choose from a variety of programs for children and high school students of various age groups in July / August. Classes start on July 9.
The VCUQatar commencement marks the culmination of years of hard work and dedication on the part of the BFA, BA and MFA graduates. Students, their families, friends, faculty and staff will come together to celebrate VCUQatar graduates’ accomplishments and rejoice in their venture into the professional life.
An exhibition featuring all graduating students from the BFA and MFA programs at VCUQatar.
Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar is pleased to announce its 18th Annual Fashion Show "Appliqué". The show is hosted by Salam Stores at The Gate Mall.
With the generous support of the Qatar Foundation, The Painting and Printmaking Department is proud to showcase the VCUQatar Fellowship and the work of this year fellows: Carolina Aranibar-Fernandez and David Withers
Landscapes in Abeyance
VCUQatar Graphic Design Student & Faculty Exhibition
This exhibition explores the intersection between the analogue and digital realms of our creative practices within the context of our lived experiences.
Tasmeem Doha is a biennial international conference focusing on unique and contemporary themes in art and design.
The Gallery at Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar presents an exhibition of works by artists and designers who are teaching and researching at VCUarts and VCUQatar.
Exploring Architectural Frontiers Contemporary Design in the Middle East
The exhibited work was completed during the Spring and Fall of 2016, in three different courses at VCUQatar in Printmaking, Digital Imaging, and Sculpture.
Monira Al Qadiri’s “Muhawwil (Transformer)” is a four-channel video installation based on Islamic figurative murals on electric power stations throughout Kuwait.
A collaboration between Msheireb Properties and VCUQatar, we are pleased to invite you to the second edition of “Strange Wonders.”
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