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Thomas Jefferson Medalist Reimagines Rotunda’s Landscape

The ongoing renovation of the University of Virginia’s Rotunda is not limited to the building itself; it also extends to the landscape around it. The east and west courtyards and the north terrace all are being re-envisioned by award-winning landscape architect Laurie Olin, recipient of the 2013 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Architecture. Founder of the firm OLIN, his work includes designs of the Washington Monument grounds in Washington, D.C. and New York City’s Bryant Park. MORE

Switch in Time

In addition to the new capitals atop the Rotunda’s columns, the University’s centerpiece will receive new clocks – the latest chapter in an interesting history of timekeeping in the Academical Village.  MORE

Request Rotunda Space for Your Event

We are currently accepting reservation requests through December 31, 2018.

Reservation requests for January – July 2019 will be considered beginning October 8, 2018.
If you would like to reserve space in the Rotunda, please fill out the information on this form and submit.

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*ALL events where alcohol will be served, whether department or student sponsored requires written approval by the Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer or her/his designee consistent with the University’s policy.  A signed alcohol approval request form must be submitted to the Rotunda no later than seven days prior to the event.  To access the form, please visit http://vpsa.virginia.edu/alcohol.

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Historic Marble

Glistening white marble capitals once again stand atop the columns on the south portico of the University of Virginia’s iconic Rotunda. The capitals have shed their wooden boxes and plastic sheeting and are finally exposed to the public. MORE

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