More photos to follow soon, but here is an impression of this weekend’s Arts in the Alley!
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More photos to follow soon, but here is an impression of this weekend’s Arts in the Alley!
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More photos to follow soon, but here is an impression of this weekend’s Arts in the Alley!
Zoom Info
More photos to follow soon, but here is an impression of this weekend’s Arts in the Alley!
Zoom Info
More photos to follow soon, but here is an impression of this weekend’s Arts in the Alley!
Zoom Info

More photos to follow soon, but here is an impression of this weekend’s Arts in the Alley!

Help Arts in the Alley turn YouTube likes and views into $1,500 (has to be ON YouTube, otherwise they won’t count! Every view helps us  win $1,500 for paint and supplies so we can create more murals! (by ArtsInTheAlley) #AmzgRz

Working on #socialmedia case studies #smc4np  (at Nonprofit Learning Point Classroom)

Working on #socialmedia case studies #smc4np (at Nonprofit Learning Point Classroom)

Working on #instagram strategies #smc4np (at Nonprofit Learning Point Classroom)

Working on #instagram strategies #smc4np (at Nonprofit Learning Point Classroom)

#breakfast at #perlys #rva to meet new #artsinthealley friends (at Perly’s Restaurant & Deli)

#breakfast at #perlys #rva to meet new #artsinthealley friends (at Perly’s Restaurant & Deli)

#vcusocialmedia presentation #rva  (at T. Edward Temple Building - VCU)

#vcusocialmedia presentation #rva (at T. Edward Temple Building - VCU)

Working on #community #art on a beautiful #rva day

Working on #community #art on a beautiful #rva day

Work in progress #mural #vcu #rva

Work in progress #mural #vcu #rva

Community tile #mural #vcu #rva

Community tile #mural #vcu #rva

Community #art #artsinthealley #murals #rva #vcu

Community #art #artsinthealley #murals #rva #vcu

Sharpies ready to go #artsinthealley #murals #rva #vcu #iylep (at T. Edward Temple Building - VCU)

Sharpies ready to go #artsinthealley #murals #rva #vcu #iylep (at T. Edward Temple Building - VCU)

Tile prep for the #artsinthealley tile mural with #iylep #vcusocialmedia THIS Wednesday! #vcu #murals #rva

Tile prep for the #artsinthealley tile mural with #iylep #vcusocialmedia THIS Wednesday! #vcu #murals #rva

#vcu area #mural - not one of #artsinthealley’s but I love it!

#vcu area #mural - not one of #artsinthealley’s but I love it!

Checking out #murals with #iylep #vcusocialmedia teams #rva #jacksonward

Checking out #murals with #iylep #vcusocialmedia teams #rva #jacksonward

Love the opportunity to work with four of the IYLEP students on Arts in the Alley’s social media strategies this summer!
vcuchs:

 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) Reception
A warm welcome مرحبا to the Iraqi students participating in the 2013 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program! Our new director of the School of Mass Communications, Hong Cheng, is in the center of the picture. (top) Speaking to the students: Jim Coleman, Dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences (3rd from top) and Marcus Messner, assistant professor at the School of Mass Communications and academic director of the program, along with Vivian Messner (to the right of him in pink blazer)  (bottom)The reception was held to welcome IYLEP students, highly motivated students from Iraq, here to attend an intensive academic five-week summer program. This includes classroom instruction and active educational opportunities related to the theme “Information Technology and Media.” The VCU Social Media Institute combines undergraduate and graduate students from VCU with college students from Iraq for a one-of-a-kind social media project. Read more…
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Love the opportunity to work with four of the IYLEP students on Arts in the Alley’s social media strategies this summer!
vcuchs:

 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) Reception
A warm welcome مرحبا to the Iraqi students participating in the 2013 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program! Our new director of the School of Mass Communications, Hong Cheng, is in the center of the picture. (top) Speaking to the students: Jim Coleman, Dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences (3rd from top) and Marcus Messner, assistant professor at the School of Mass Communications and academic director of the program, along with Vivian Messner (to the right of him in pink blazer)  (bottom)The reception was held to welcome IYLEP students, highly motivated students from Iraq, here to attend an intensive academic five-week summer program. This includes classroom instruction and active educational opportunities related to the theme “Information Technology and Media.” The VCU Social Media Institute combines undergraduate and graduate students from VCU with college students from Iraq for a one-of-a-kind social media project. Read more…
Zoom Info
Love the opportunity to work with four of the IYLEP students on Arts in the Alley’s social media strategies this summer!
vcuchs:

 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) Reception
A warm welcome مرحبا to the Iraqi students participating in the 2013 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program! Our new director of the School of Mass Communications, Hong Cheng, is in the center of the picture. (top) Speaking to the students: Jim Coleman, Dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences (3rd from top) and Marcus Messner, assistant professor at the School of Mass Communications and academic director of the program, along with Vivian Messner (to the right of him in pink blazer)  (bottom)The reception was held to welcome IYLEP students, highly motivated students from Iraq, here to attend an intensive academic five-week summer program. This includes classroom instruction and active educational opportunities related to the theme “Information Technology and Media.” The VCU Social Media Institute combines undergraduate and graduate students from VCU with college students from Iraq for a one-of-a-kind social media project. Read more…
Zoom Info
Love the opportunity to work with four of the IYLEP students on Arts in the Alley’s social media strategies this summer!
vcuchs:

 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) Reception
A warm welcome مرحبا to the Iraqi students participating in the 2013 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program! Our new director of the School of Mass Communications, Hong Cheng, is in the center of the picture. (top) Speaking to the students: Jim Coleman, Dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences (3rd from top) and Marcus Messner, assistant professor at the School of Mass Communications and academic director of the program, along with Vivian Messner (to the right of him in pink blazer)  (bottom)The reception was held to welcome IYLEP students, highly motivated students from Iraq, here to attend an intensive academic five-week summer program. This includes classroom instruction and active educational opportunities related to the theme “Information Technology and Media.” The VCU Social Media Institute combines undergraduate and graduate students from VCU with college students from Iraq for a one-of-a-kind social media project. Read more…
Zoom Info

Love the opportunity to work with four of the IYLEP students on Arts in the Alley’s social media strategies this summer!


vcuchs
:

 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) Reception

A warm welcome مرحبا to the Iraqi students participating in the 2013 Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program! Our new director of the School of Mass Communications, Hong Cheng, is in the center of the picture. (top) Speaking to the students: Jim Coleman, Dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences (3rd from top) and Marcus Messner, assistant professor at the School of Mass Communications and academic director of the program, along with Vivian Messner (to the right of him in pink blazer)  (bottom)

The reception was held to welcome IYLEP students, highly motivated students from Iraq, here to attend an intensive academic five-week summer program. This includes classroom instruction and active educational opportunities related to the theme “Information Technology and Media.” The VCU Social Media Institute combines undergraduate and graduate students from VCU with college students from Iraq for a one-of-a-kind social media project. Read more…

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