Inspired by the archive of Richmond native Louis Draper, VMFA has organized an unprecedented exhibition that chronicles the first twenty years of the Kamoinge Workshop, a group of African American photographers he helped to found in 1963.
Celebrating a century of women’s social and political activism in the Commonwealth. Highlighting the efforts and impact of a selection of female change-makers these women brought about positive change in their communities, the Commonwealth, and the nation.
Shows the efforts in preservation and horticulture made by the Garden Club of Virginia during its 100-year history. Its members have encouraged appreciation of the landscape, advanced its horticulture, and championed the preservation of the land.
Examine insects up close in this touring exhibition that features gigantic, robotic insects ranging from 40 to 120 times larger than life size. Guests will explore entomology as they operate animatronic heads to learn how insects eat, observe live insects…
Features Richmond Ballet favorites presented in new ways, paired with new works that reflect current times – all designed to awaken and uplift the human spirit.
Workshops and performances for students ages 3 to 18 that explore every aspect of the performing arts world. This months theme is Everybody Dance Now.
They have re-imagined the campaign to bring you more resources, entertainment, challenges, and activities to promote healthy living and raising those heartbeats. Register now at RichmondVAHeartWalk.org
Geared to 3rd to 5th graders; kits used to create a fun and interactive learning experience for kids. (Free for students at Title I schools, $ for others)
Join VHD Coordinator Sam Florer and a panel of VHD teachers for the first ever VHD Teacher Conference. The VHD teacher panel will lead a discussion on the different tips and tricks they use to implement the program with their…
Bring your pup to the park for this event. Enjoy live music, a Paws Pool Party, free dog treats, and dog contests for best costume and best trick. For more information, visit henrico.us/rec or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The one-woman show features Jacqueline Jones in the role of Ann Richards, who was a revolutionary figure in American politics.