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Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 200 N Boulevard, Richmond

Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art is the first exhibition to explore the instrument’s symbolism in American art from the early 19th century to the present day. The exhibition…


A Soldier’s Play

Swift Creek Mill Theatre 17401 Jefferson Davis Highway, Colonial Heights

1982 Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama. In a segregated Louisiana army camp in 1944, the murder of a rancorous Black sergeant stirs deep-seated animosity and corruption among the soldiers under…


Black History Month

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 200 N Boulevard, Richmond

Celebrate Black artists, the stories they tell, and the depth and breadth of the museum’s collections and exhibitions. VMFA hosts programs for all ages throughout February and beyond. Visit the…


She Persisted

Virginia Rep Center for Arts and Education 4204 Hermitage Rd, Richmond

Fourth-grader Naomi's fieldtrip to a Women's History Museum turns into a time travel adventure where she encounters inspirational women who have overcome barriers and made waves throughout U.S. history. From…


Advocates in Parenting’s Roadmap Series

Advocates in Parenting 1617 Monument Avenue, Suite 202, Richmond

Jarrod Leffler, PhD, Chair, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychology, VCU Department of Psychiatry presents Fostering resilience: Helping parents and youth cope with anxiety.


Henrico History BINGO: Black History Month Edition

Fairfield Library 1401 N. Laburnum Avenue, Henrico

African Americans in Henrico have contributed to our community in so many ways for hundreds of years. Learn more about these residents by playing BINGO. Stay for the fun and…


Tutus & Ties on Tuesdays

Children's Museum of Richmond, Downtown 2626 W. Broad Street, Richmond

Movement and play are good for children’s bodies and brains. In fact, movement can help increase memory, perception, language comprehension, attention, emotional understanding, and decision making. Dress up and move,…


Making Sense of Contemporary Art: Can Art Be Anything?

VCU institute for Contemporary Art 601 W Broad St, Richmond

Join the first session included in a series of classes at the ICA at VCU where they will explore together how to see and understand contemporary art.

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