Featuring the artwork of Nazira Mohammadi. Nazira Mohammadi was born in Afghanistan and lived in numerous refugee camps and shelters before coming to CCC's Unaccompanied Refugee Minor program. At 19,
Drawing inspiration from her recently published book, Ecosomatics: Embodiment Practices for a World in Search of Healing, Cheryl will guide us with gentle expertise through somatic embodiment exercises. These exercises
Visit St. John's Church, the location of the Second Virginia Convention, and hear the fascinating story of Patrick Henry and his 'Liberty or Death" speech in the heady days on
Ages 5 to 11 with an adult join the History Investigators as you go to the Clark-Palmore House to practice your detective skills. You will receive a folder with objectives
A unique indoor event where people can bring their pet to enjoy a day of fun and excitement with the whole family. Exhibitors will be on hand offering a variety of
Celebrate children’s literature and art created by African and African American artists. Join VMFA educators and Richmond community members for an interactive group experience pairing three works of art by
A day of culture, food, and fun. Art Works is hosting meet-ups, figure drawing sessions, and new exhibits on 4th Friday—February 23rd. On February 14th, bring your valentine to the
New exhibitions from Sara Clark: Hidden Variables, Carl Patow: Do We Have the Courage?, Andrew Polk: A Silent Conquest, and Stephanie Germosen Salazar: a surface to hold.
This book was completely written, illustrated, and published by 3rd graders Audrey and David, as a part of a year-long program in school. They are excited to bring you their
Dr. Michael Dickinson will discuss his recently published book Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic 1680-1807, winner of the Winner of the 2023 Paul E.
Angelic voices of talented training choirs will fill the library's halls with melodies that will warm your heart and uplift your spirit. Bring your family and young friends to celebrate
A documentary sharing what people remember about dictatorships where they grew up, how they survived, and why they left. Directed by Nathaniel Shaw
Where did hot chocolate come from? Why was tea so valuable? When was the first coffee house opened? Sip on these beverages while learning their rich history.
“Simply a moving and inspirational play, well-written and powerful” ** Please note: Other performances $15. The conflict between the established artist and the adulatory fan who becomes a protégé, disciple,
Journey into a magical Frozen wonderland for Bella Ballerina Chesterfield’s Grand Opening Event. They will whisk you away to Arendelle with fun crafts, a hot cocoa bar, and a dance
Surrender to the stillness and allow sound to heal your body and mind. Sound Baths are every 4th Saturday of the month. Stay after for conversation and connection in community
Cabin Fever features Live and Silent Auctions with artworks by Richmond's best and brightest. Cabin Fever artworks will be on view at 1708 beginning Friday, February 2 through Saturday, February
Ukrainian pianist Dinara Klinton plays Tchaikovsky’s First Concerto. Plus Ravel’s seductive suite from Daphnis et Chloé, featuring the Richmond Symphony Chorus who also performs a new work by Richmond’s own
Grammy-Nominated producer, singer, and songwriter, Devonne Harris – better known as DJ Harrison – grew up with music inspired by the diverse local music scene in the greater Richmond area.
Three Black queer men sit in an ethereal waiting room, inviting audiences to join them in a powerful theatrical experiment that is equal parts harrowing, hilarious, and hopeful. One actor is chosen by the audience each night to explore the reality inside an epidemic. Visit their website for ASL or Audio Described performance dates