- Hiding in Plain Sight. Beyond the scaffolding and perimeter fencing, the Rotunda’s transformation continues.
- More Than a Room. Quiet days and lifelong friendships are why Maria Gutierrez Norin chose to endow her Lawn room. Another reason: a duty to future generations.
- The Rotunda Perseveres. Critical work preserving the Rotunda and Academical Village is underway.
- A New Architect for the University. As Architect for the University, Alice Raucher will oversee capital projects, including the renovation of the Rotunda.
- National Park Service Features UVA New online travel itinerary highlights U.S. World Heritage Sites, including UVA
- Water Damage in the Academical Village. Water-damaged beams have been repaired or replaced in the colonnade between Pavilions VIII and X.
- A New Vision for the Rotunda Landscape. The Rotunda’s courtyards and north terrace will soon be transformed thanks to landscape architect Laurie Olin.
- Made in Italy, Living on the Lawn. In early 2015, Old World craftsmanship comes to the Rotunda.
- Best of Charlottesville. Boar’s Head Inn display features the Jeffersonian Grounds.
- San Francisco Rotunda Ball. How about having one in your town?
- Prepping for a Capital Day. Rotunda preparations are underway in anticipation of the arrival of the Cararra capitals
- Rotunda Goes High Tech. A sophisticated monitoring system ensures the Rotunda’s stability.
- Back to Carrara. First full replacement capital to be completed in June
- Summer Auction. Student-led auction raises funds for the Rotunda
- Salvaging the Cistern Signatures. Archaeologists preserve workers’ names
- Dancing the Night Away for the Rotunda. Highlights from the 51st annual Restoration Ball
- A New Challenge for the Rotunda. Grant to spur fundraising as second phase of renovation draws near
- The Lawn as a Living Resource. Annual events, and some special ones, transform the Lawn
- The Jeffersonian 3rd Century. October 25th Summit Forum identifies JGI as one of three initiatives
- Rotunda Ready! Program returns students to the Rotunda.
- Our World Heritage. UVA inks ‘Alcala’ Pact with fellow World Heritage universities.
Historic Structure & Cultural Landscape Reports
A cultural landscape report is an essential tool for managing historical significant landscapes. Here are a range of documents, including maps, surveys, photograph, sketches, records and correspondence.