Local Galleries Come Together for CURRENT Art Fair

Posted October 20, 2016 by & filed under 2016.

Tomorrow kicks off CURRENT Art Fair, a collaborative effort from  1708 Gallery, ADA gallery, Candela Books + Gallery, Glave Kocen Gallery, Page Bond Gallery, Quirk Gallery, and Reynolds Gallery. The free event will run through Sunday at Hohman Design in Scott’s Addition. According to the website, “CURRENT will emphasize accessible opportunities to collect art and …

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The Poe Museum is All About Collaborations for artoberVA!

Posted October 19, 2016 by & filed under 2016.

We spoke with Jaime Robinson Fawcett, executive director of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum, and she’s surprisingly cheery for someone who devoted their career to the works of Poe! She’s also very enthusiastic about the local arts and culture community, and the museum has really embraced artoberVA. Tell us about your organization, and what you do …

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CAT Theatre is planning some spooky entertainment for artoberVA!

Posted October 12, 2016 by & filed under 2016.

CAT Theatre has been dedicated to bringing quality productions to the Richmond and Tri-Cities area for more than 50 years. For artoberVA, they’re focusing their efforts on mystery and horror, and they’re collaborating with the perfect partner: the Poe Museum! We got to chat with H. Lynn Smith about their plans; here’s what she had to …

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We have arrived. Happy artoberVA!

Posted September 30, 2016 by & filed under 2016.

Hi everyone! Tomorrow marks the beginning of artoberVA, and we couldn’t be more excited. This weekend kicks off a month-long celebration of arts and culture unlike anything Richmond and the Tri-Cities have ever seen. We’ve got hundreds of events on the calendar, collaborations have come together in a big way, pop-up events are going to be …

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On your mark. Get set. Creative Sprint!

Posted September 28, 2016 by & filed under 2016.

The Richmond arts and culture scene is in Noah Scalin’s DNA. “I was born into the arts and culture world,” Scalin says. “Both of my parents are artists, and they taught at VCU for many, many years. I grew up at VCU and spent all my time in those buildings as a kid. So I …

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A Tattoo Festival for the Whole Family … No, Really!

Posted September 21, 2016 by & filed under 2016.

Richmond is a town that loves its ink. In fact, our beloved RVA has been ranked as the Third-Most Tattooed city in the country. So, it only makes sense that one of the oldest tattoo conventions in the world happens right here. And it’s a bit of serendipity that it’s happening during artoberVA. Jesse Smith …

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