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In Church Hill, a new art education center and gallery will fuel a diverse community’s creative expression and prepare Richmond’s next generation of visual artists. more

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Highland Park's new Six Points Innovation Center will be a hub for teen-focused programs and activities. more

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Artistic outlets beyond school don’t have to break the bank. more

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A shoutout to local nonprofits — from their peers, plus an interview with a nonprofit fixer and tips on smart giving more

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Planned as a three-day festival in May, "Celebrate Jackson Ward: Past, Present and Future” aims to unify the community and bolster the historic neighborhood's resurgence through the power of art. more

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At The Valentine's Costume and Textile Mini-Symposium, local artist Mo Regulinski shared the process of her latest series, “Regalia: Healing Avatars.” more

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Richmond's recent ranking as the No. 1 most artistic mid-sized city in America prompted us to look at who and what is fostering the local art scene. Here, we look at some of the organizations that are helping to boost our reputation. more

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A variety of teen and adult speakers will give talks related to the “Made in the Future” theme, and encourage the participants to examine their own ideas about the world’s forthcoming innovations. more

Education

How nine young men in juvenile detention are trying to change minds – including their own. more

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Art 180's Really Big Show, trunk shows at Nellie George and Quirk Gallery, a Monkee's sale and the Sierra Club's Big Yard Sale at the University of Richmond are all taking place this weekend. more

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