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“The Play That Goes Wrong” brings a bit of slapstick to the Richmond stage. Read more


Sculptor Corin Hewitt examines and embellishes the past in “Shadows Are to Shade,” on view at the ICA at VCU through Sept. 1. Read more


Shockoe Artspace showcases works by painters Samantha Bantly, Natalie Schmitting and Ashlynn Browning through Aug. 24. Read more


The musical “Something Rotten!” makes its Richmond debut May 17-19 at the Altria Theater. Read more


VCUarts' annual juried fashion show returns May 8. Read more


“Awaken: A Tibetan Buddhist Journey Toward Enlightenment” opens at the VMFA April 27. Read more


Peace Love RVA, Richmond’s yoga festival, is set for May 4 at Maymont. Read more


The director helms the Virginia Opera production of “Madama Butterfly” at the Carpenter Theatre March 24 and 31. Read more

Stage & Screen

Find a creation to treasure at local galleries, auctions, trunk shows and pop-ups. Read more

Galleries 2 Comments

“Waitress” comes to the Altria Theater Feb. 12-17. Read more


The Acts of Faith Festival returns for its 15th year with theater performances through March. Read more


An Arthur Ashe Elementary grad establishes an after-school literacy program. Read more

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The curator and educator takes the helm at the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU Dec. 1. Read more


Valerie Cassel Oliver makes her curatorial debut at the VMFA. Read more

Sunday Story

Alyssa Salomon, artist-in-residence at the VCU School of Business, ends her tenure with a talk about material exploration. Read more


“The Abstract Athlete” connects the creativity of players and soldiers to artistic expression. Read more


A chromotherapy-based installation at VCUarts' Anderson Gallery brings attention to the mental health of war veterans. Read more


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