The revitalization efforts taken by VCU will greatly benefit the city — if they’re ever finished.
The VCU Institute for Contemporary Art announced this month that one of the museum’s first-floor galleries will be named after Beverly Reynolds to honor the $3 million donated to the ICA on her behalf.
Although the VCU Institute for Contemporary Art still looks like a heap of rubble at the intersection of Belvidere and Broad, the museum announced earlier this month that Lauren Ross has been chosen as curator, and will begin her new position Oct. 6.
The Board of Visitors approved a line of credit for up to $60 million that will allow the university to get bids from financial institutions to fund three projects on campus: the Institute for Contemporary Art, the new basketball training facility and renovations for Sanger Hall.
Ending an era, a VCUarts staple will close its doors upon the completion of the Institute for Contemporary Art.