Kluge-Ruhe intern Kendall Stevens gives a tour of art storage.
A UVA student explores the galleries.
Performance by BOFA.
UVA students enjoy food from Roots Natural Kitchen
A UVA student looks through the microscope in art storage to discover the natural pigments on bark, how they flake, and what Kluge-Ruhe does to conserve them.
A UVA student works on his collage project.
The Hoos Down Under Planning Team sporting their Kluge-Ruhe t-shirts (left to right): Abigail Staub, Fernanda Yepez-Lopez, Sam Solomon, Anthony Malabad, Lauren Maupin, Adelaide Conway and Caitlin Green.
Kluge-Ruhe Intern Callie Collins gives a tour of her mini-exhibition.
Performance by The BLNDRS.
A UVA student explores the galleries.
The NASU booth, with leaders Anthony Malabad, Sam Solomon and Fernanda Yepez-Lopez.
UVA students exploring the gift shop.
A few UVA students explore the galleries.
Film screening of TE ATA, sponsored by VAFF.
A few UVA students explore the galleries.
Kluge-Ruhe Intern Gabby Fuller talks to a few fellow students after her tour.
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Kluge-Ruhe intern Kendall Stevens gives a tour of art storage.
A UVA student explores the galleries.
Performance by BOFA.
UVA students enjoy food from Roots Natural Kitchen
A UVA student looks through the microscope in art storage to discover the natural pigments on bark, how they flake, and what Kluge-Ruhe does to conserve them.
A UVA student works on his collage project.
The Hoos Down Under Planning Team sporting their Kluge-Ruhe t-shirts (left to right): Abigail Staub, Fernanda Yepez-Lopez, Sam Solomon, Anthony Malabad, Lauren Maupin, Adelaide Conway and Caitlin Green.
Kluge-Ruhe Intern Callie Collins gives a tour of her mini-exhibition.
Performance by The BLNDRS.
A UVA student explores the galleries.
The NASU booth, with leaders Anthony Malabad, Sam Solomon and Fernanda Yepez-Lopez.
UVA students exploring the gift shop.
A few UVA students explore the galleries.
Film screening of TE ATA, sponsored by VAFF.
A few UVA students explore the galleries.
Kluge-Ruhe Intern Gabby Fuller talks to a few fellow students after her tour.
Kluge-Ruhe intern Kendall Stevens gives a tour of art storage.
A UVA student explores the galleries.
Performance by BOFA.
UVA students enjoy food from Roots Natural Kitchen
A UVA student looks through the microscope in art storage to discover the natural pigments on bark, how they flake, and what Kluge-Ruhe does to conserve them.
A UVA student works on his collage project.
The Hoos Down Under Planning Team sporting their Kluge-Ruhe t-shirts (left to right): Abigail Staub, Fernanda Yepez-Lopez, Sam Solomon, Anthony Malabad, Lauren Maupin, Adelaide Conway and Caitlin Green.
Kluge-Ruhe Intern Callie Collins gives a tour of her mini-exhibition.
Performance by The BLNDRS.
A UVA student explores the galleries.
The NASU booth, with leaders Anthony Malabad, Sam Solomon and Fernanda Yepez-Lopez.
UVA students exploring the gift shop.
A few UVA students explore the galleries.
Film screening of TE ATA, sponsored by VAFF.
A few UVA students explore the galleries.
Kluge-Ruhe Intern Gabby Fuller talks to a few fellow students after her tour.

Hoos Down Under

ABOUT

Hoos Down Under was a free pass for UVA students to explore the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection and more of what Charlottesville has to offer! We offered free food from Roots, live music performances by UVA student bands (The Shrugs, BOFA and The BLNDRS), tours of the current exhibitions and art storage by Kluge-Ruhe interns, and an outdoor film screening of TE ATA by VAFF at 9pm. Free transportation was provided to and from the museum, with buses running every 15 minutes from the UVA Chapel. 

SCHEDULE

BANDS:

5:15 – 6:15 PM: The Shrugs
6:30 – 7:30 PM: BOFA
7:45 – 8:45 PM: The BLNDRS

TOURS:

5:30 PM, Entrance Gallery: Mini-Tour by Curator Henry Skerritt
6:00 PM, Storage: Conservation Talk by Collections Manager Nicole Wade and Student Collections Interns
6:45 PM, Main Gallery: Mini-Tour by Student Intern Gabby Fuller
7:15 PM, Storage: Conservation Talk by Collections Manager Nicole Wade and Student Collections Interns
8:00 PM, Main Gallery: Mini-Tour by Student Intern Callie Collins
8:30 PM, Storage: Conservation Talk by Collections Manager Nicole Wade and Student Collections Interns

FILM: 

9:00 – 10:45 PM: TE ATA
ONGOING:
EAT SOME FOOD FROM ROOTS NATURAL KITCHEN (SERVED 5:15 – 8:15 PM)
SEE THE CURRENT EXHIBITIONS
MAKE A COLLAGE IN THE LIBRARY
LEARN ABOUT THE NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENT UNION AND HOW YOU CAN
GET MORE INVOLVED WITH INDIGENOUS ISSUES AT UVA

SPONSORS

Presented by the Native American Student Union and the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVA. Many thanks to our sponsors:  the UVA Parents Fund, the Office of the Vice Provost of the Arts at UVA, the Virginia Film Festival, the UVA Anthropology Department, the UVA Art History Department, the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, 1st Year Council,  Fourth Year Trustees, the Cultural Programming Board, College Council, Student Council, the University Programs Council, the IDEA Fund, the Office of Equal Opportunity and Human Rights and the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVA.