Arts

Check out the shows that are lighting up local stages this weekend or opening soon.
The art project, led by Hamilton Glass and presented by the VMFA, is in its fifth year.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is bringing back its environmental film festival for the fifth year, in-person at the Science Museum and virtual.
The Birthday Bash will feature a weekend of events, live music, food, and plenty of Poe.
Here are our recommendations for memorable presents in the form of experiences.
The new immersive video exhibit will remain on display through July 9
The city is looking for its next artist to serve a two-year term as the voice of the city and liaison for the arts.
Here are ten places to stock up on goods from local artisans and traveling markets.
Advanced tickets are required to explore the millions of lights throughout the gardens
Trevor Noah and Kevin James will both bring shows to Richmond in 2023, along with other internationally-known acts.
The ICA will host two events this week for community members to learn more about the operatic retelling of the Loving v. Virginia case.
Enjoy live music, educational events, yoga, and a costume contest at this free, day-long fest.
The arts nonprofit will host community events, classes, and resident artist studios out of the Manchester location.
Whether you’re looking for your next leisure read, a book for the whole family, or a thrilling fictional novel, we’ve got a list of books written by local authors in the River City.
Getting a library card doesn’t just guarantee you access to a bunch of great books — you can also use RPL to self-publish, search your family tree + get gardening tips.
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The interactive, expansive exhibit explores the role of the guitar in American art.
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Richmonders in each number, One through Nine, can experience the free cultural fest in their own way.
The arts + culture celebration brings a month of events, pop-ups, exhibits, and collaborations around Central VA.
Swift Creek Mill + Virginia Rep took home the most wins.
From drone shots to the ones capturing skylines from all angles of the city, these photo pros have shared their unique shots on our Instagram feeds + beyond.
The two artists, Cassandra Kim and Jowarnise Caston, will see have their work available for purchase at their prospective festivals.
The Manchester art studio is opening three new displays which will be on view until late October.
We look back at the first full season back at the theater + what’s coming to the Altria stage in the next year.
Check out our guide to the many meaningful murals you can find around our city.
The limited-edition Storied Strings Lager coincides with the upcoming exhibition, “Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art,” opening October 8.
Mentors pair up with 6th grade girls for a year of art, creativity + teamwork.
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