CultureWorks is thrilled to announce the eighth annual artoberVA – a month-long celebration of arts and culture in the Richmond and Tri-Cities region throughout October! Since 2016, artoberVA has prioritized…
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VMFA to host free exhibit: Willie Anne Wright: Artist and Alchemist, a retrospective of the photographer and painter’s 60-year career, October 21 – April 28.
Selina Fillinger’s “POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive” concentrates on being hilarious – avoiding many of the pitfalls of political comedy.
After a triumphant performance at Wolf Trap in August, Richmond Ballet and Richmond Symphony return to Richmond with the powerful “Carmina Burana.”
Learn about Initiatives of Change USA – the organization of change agents working to heal society’s divides.
At the Junior Center, young members enjoyed free classes, exhibits, lectures, tours, and fields trips – all of which were designed to supplement school curriculum.
New on the RFM Bookshelf: “Small Mercies” explores the intersection of race, poverty, and motherhood. Karen says, “It’s not an easy read, but it’s a good one.”
RPAA’s 2022-2023 “Legends on Grace – Nightcaps & Stories” series will shine a spotlight on local talent. The first show is September 28. Read more here…
Ten for $10 admission days at Science Museum of Virginia mean there has never been a better time to check out one of Richmond’s top family destinations.
Kids seventeen and under and students can enjoy free admission to VMHC on Labor Day. Explore the museum galleries and “Apollo – When We Went to the Moon.”
CMoR is excited to introduce new INFOGRAPHIC tip sheets for caregivers! There are seven topics available. The tip sheets are bilingual – English and Spanish. Special thanks to VCU doctoral…
Flying Squirrels to host a free screening of the critically acclaimed Negro League documentary, “The Other Boys of Summer,” at the Black History Museum.