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See how “Virginia is for Music Lovers” at the Black History Museum

The new exhibit explores the legacy of Black music in Virginia


Artist Ron Stokes and DJ J.Frvncis collaborated for the exhibit and will be present at the meet and greet.

Photo via Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia’s new exhibit, mark your calendar for a special event on Wednesday, June 12 at 6 p.m.

The museum is hosting a Meet and Greet with the artists and DJs who made “Virginia is For Music Lovers” possible. Hear from Ron Stokes and J.Frvncis, Chris Visions and HipHop Henry, Jowarnise and Mike Street, and more about their creative process.

The exhibit pairs local creatives together to explore the legacy of Black music in Virginia through curated playlists, visual art, and artifacts.

“Virginia is for Music Lovers” will remain at the museum through July 27. Pro tip: Bring your own headphones or earbuds to take full advantage of the audio-visual exhibit.

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