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Three Notch’d Brewing Company hosts Mural Fest to celebrate expansion

Sip a beer, watch local artists, and even leave your mark on the brewery’s newly-acquired space.

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Three Notch’d has five venues throughout Virginia, but felt like expanding the RVA location was the “natural next step.”

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Get excited, Richmond. Three Notch’d Brewing Company — Virginia’s largest independent craft beer company — is celebrating an exciting new expansion with a one-of-a-kind mural festival starting tomorrow, Fri., Sept. 30-Sun., Oct. 2.

Leave Your Mark Mural Fest attendees can sip a beer + watch as local artists (and the community) leave their mark on the brewery’s newly-acquired space. Here are the details:

Join in the celebration 🎉

Following their core belief in innovation, creativity + community, the brewery is celebrating the expansion with Richmond’s art community tomorrow, Fri., Sept. 30.

Through a partnership with CultureWorks, this will be the official launch of artoberVA, a month-long celebration of Richmond’s vibrant art + culture. Guests can try the brewery’s latest release, Stipple, and interact with local muralists at a Meet and Greet.

Expansion details 🍻

Drop in for a beer, stay for lunch or dinner. Three Notch’d Brewing’s Richmond location acquired the former wine shop on Broad Street and the pizza kitchen next door, giving the brewery room to expand their taproom into a brewpub and launch an exciting new food menu. The menu will be full of creative and share-worthy pizza pies (including gluten and vegan options), sandwiches, soups, salads, and more. Food items borrow from the craft kitchen expertise gained at their other locations, while bringing something new to compliment the innovative, locally-made beer the brewery is known for.

Coming in early 2023, the space will also house Three Notch’d Distilling Co., which the brewery plans to use to expand their craft cocktail program (read: signature cocktails with house-made spirits).

Can’t wait? Neither can we. Before you head to the brewery, get to know the five muralists and the details on their work, vibes + inspirations. 🎨

Meet the muralists

Here are the five Virginia-based muralists who will bring the festival to life:

Nico Cathcart

Nico Cathcart

Artist Nico Cathcart has been featured discussing her work in a TEDTalk and an Emmy-nominated documentary.

Photo by Tania del Carmen

Nico Cathcart is an experienced mural painter from Toronto, Ontario, currently living in Richmond. She strives to discuss Intersectionality and climate change in her highly-colorful, realistic works which often include local flora and fauna, and have been featured across the country.

Dathan Kane

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Dathan Kane has worked with numerous galleries, collectors + city mural projects across the state of Virginia and throughout the country.

Photo by @sillygenius

Dathan Kane is a contemporary abstract painter and muralist currently based in Hampton Roads. The theme of his work focuses on the constant duality of life’s choices. He is known for using bold, organic black + white shapes.



Wingchow uses distinct, abstract forms to define her work.

Photo by kimchi.juice

Wingchow is a muralist and fine artist based in Richmond. Her work can easily be recognized by her bubbly abstract forms. She pulls inspiration from color and nature, and is known for fun pieces that brighten the spaces around them and bring a positive vibe.


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“Humble” is the moniker of NYC based artist, Christian Kyle Harrell.

Photo by @_arvc_

Humble started his career in Richmond, focusing on painting aspects of his life across the East and West Coast. Humble is preparing for his first solo show in NYC and has worked with established organizations and mural projects across the US.



Prent’s work features symmetrical styles inspired by graffiti, anime, nature, and spirituality.

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Prentice Carroll was born in Maryland, raised in the tidewater area of Virginia, and is now based in Richmond. He started as a graffiti writer, then later focused on paintings and graphic design.

Head to Three Notch’d Brewing this weekend to enjoy a celebratory beer and see the artists in-personand don’t forget to leave your mark, too. 🍻 *

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