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.
For runners, ruckers, and walkers of all levels and of all ages. This is an annual event which, due to COVID, will primarily take place virtually all over the world, on or near September 11th. It is the perfect opportunity…
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.
Profiles five Richmond viewpoints and the racial and generational tensions that each exposed. Between 1909 and 1920, both pro-suffrage and anti-suffrage advocates battled tenaciously, using all the platforms available to persuade both the legislature and the general public.
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
Through a career in sound art, electronic music and soundtrack composition, Stephen Vitiello has created works in which sound is a primary medium. In this lecture, Vitiello discusses the interdisciplinary power and potential of audio and visual art, especially at…
Join the VMHC as members of their education team “mythbust” some fan-favorite historical films. Watch the film in advance and then log into an interactive Zoom presentation where they will chat about what’s true and what’s not.
Have you considered becoming a foster parent? Please join HopeTree Foster Care for an online information sessions to learn more about how your family can become a foster family.
Start with a simple circle to draw a dragon. Amy Barr introduces fundamental methods to get you started. This is a virtual program.