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February 2016
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Alien Worlds and Androids

February 1 - February 21
Science Museum of Virginia,
2500 W Broad St
Richmond, VA 23220 United States

Are we alone in the universe? Join scientists in search for alien life and discover strange alien-like creatures found here on Earth. Get up-close with C-3PO and Iron Man as you learn about the robots, androids, aliens and much more.

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Unmasked: A Visual Dissection

February 1 - February 27
Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences,
509 North 12th St.
Richmond, VA 23298 United States

Nickolai Walko, a graduate of the VCU School of the Arts, has developed a unique and eye-catching form of image-making using meticulously cut masking tape over colored backgrounds to create high-contrast designs. His creations, often anatomically themed, conjures both the anatomical sketches of a Renaissance master and the bold iconic works of Andy Warhol. Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences proudly presents an exhibit of Walko's anatomical work.

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The Likeness of Labor

February 1 - April 24
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts,
200 N Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23220 United States
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View a catalog of acclaimed photographs depicting the working conditions of the nation's child laborers.

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The Horse in Art

February 1 - February 13
The Cultural Arts Center,
2880 Mountain Riad
Glen Allen, VA 23060 United States
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An exhibition of equine themed works in various media showcasing the talents of the Virginia Equine Artists Association members.

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Noah Sachs Show Opening and Reception

February 1 - February 22
Weinstein JCC,
5403 Monument Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23226

Noah Sachs’ photographs in this exhibition reflect what he calls the “spirited warmth” of Indian children. Shot in playgrounds, parks, schools and crowded streets as well as slums and decrepit workshops, the photographs depict the contrasts and diversity of modern India. Noah Sachs is a professor at the University of Richmond’s School of Law and Director of the Robert R. Merhige Jr. Center for Environmental Studies.

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LEGO Portraits by Brickworkz

February 1 - March 13
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen,
2880 Mountain Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060

Drawn to the unconventional, Brian Korte creates mosaic portraits made entirely from LEGO bricks.

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The Little Lion

February 1 - March 5
Swift Creek Mill Theatre,
17401 Jefferson Davis Highway
Colonial Heights, VA 23834 United States
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Based upon the book by Nancy Wright Beasley, also the author of the highly-acclaimed Izzy's Fire: Finding Humanity in the Holocaust. Set in and around the Kovno Ghetto in Lithuania during World War II, this powerful story chronicles the struggle of a Jewish family to survive the Holocaust and the heroism of Laibale Gillman, a teenaged boy, known as the little lion, who never stopped fighting for freedom.

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“Spread the Love” Peanut Butter Drive –

February 1 - February 29

Bring in an unopened jar of peanut butter to any All Fired Up location in February and get 10% off the price of any one piece! Bring in two jars, get 10% off two pieces, etc! All jars of peanut butter will be donated to the Central Food Bank of Virginia (FeedMore).

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LISA & JANELLE IGLESIAS – seesaw / seasaw

February 1 - February 13
1708 Gallery,
319 W Broad St.
Richmond, VA 23241

1708 Gallery is pleased to present "seesaw / seasaw," an exhibition of recent collaborative work by Lisa and Janelle Iglesias. The sisters, whose individual practices are grounded in drawing and sculpture, have maintained a project-based collaboration as "Las Hermanas Iglesias" for the past 11 years. More recently, their efforts have evolved to include a new project, "Lisa and Janelle Iglesias," a collaboration aiming to blur the lines between their individual studio practices and the comfort zones of their respective disciplines.

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Work

February 1 - March 8
Visual Arts Center of Richmond,
1812 West Main Street
Richmond, Virginia 23220

View the work created by the faculty, staff, and board members of the Visual Art Center. The show presents examples of all media taught in the building: wood, ceramics, metal, jewelry, fiber, glass, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, creative writing, film, digital media, and more.

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