Richmond's artists are signaling to the world that we've turned the page on what and whom we want to be known for. Read more

The city’s muralists showcase items from the Virginia Museum of History & Culture in “Fresh Paint,” on view through April 21. Read more


The stories behind the ways we remember Arthur Ashe Read more

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Muralists bring their vision inside the Virginia Museum of History & Culture. Read more


Twenty-one African-American physicians are boldly portrayed in artwork at the Bon Secours Sarah Garland Jones Center in Richmond's East End. Read more


As residents await the Monument Avenue Commission's recommendation, a design contest, a monument rally and a new monument mural are rolled out. Read more


Eight Richmond women who dared to speak out, dared to create something, dared to run for office or dared to start anew Read more

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The RVA Street Art Festival steps up to the plate on Sept. 22-24 at The Diamond. Read more


For its fourth edition, the RVA Street Art Festival will team up with the Richmond Flying Squirrels on its largest canvas to date: the Diamond. Read more


Through a series of murals, the U.N.I.T.Y. Street Project teaches lessons on Jackson Ward’s legacy. Read more


Emily Erb’s large-scale paintings on silk are meticulous masterpieces Read more


RVA Street Art Festival explores Manchester’s history and environment Read more


Vagabond’s moody brilliance fills the space next to The National Read more

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Artists find inventive ways to earn a living while following their muse Read more


From Sourcebook 2016: Three visionaries draw inspiration from Yemen, Belgium and New Orleans Read more


Jason Lefton and Bird Cox get noticed in Bon Air Read more

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Regency Square mall continues its year-long 40th anniversary celebration with the unveiling of a new mural created by 216 Douglas S. Freeman High School art students. Read more


Richmond’s new public art coordinator wants us to dream big, bold and brave Read more

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After more than a year on hiatus, the RVA Street Art Festival will return to Manchester and the area around the Southern States silos next spring. Read more


Sex-toy shop’s mural tests the boundaries of expression and the limits of public scrutiny Read more


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