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U of R’s Modlin Center for the Arts announces 2022-2023 season

The University of Richmond’s Modlin Center for the Arts has announced its 2022-2023 season, and has announced that it is being even more intentional than ever in offering a diverse program of artists, emphasizing BIPOC and women-led companies to share its stages and classrooms this season.

Trevor Dickerson

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The University of Richmond’s Modlin Center for the Arts has announced its 2022-2023 season, and has announced that it is being even more intentional than ever in offering a diverse program of artists, emphasizing BIPOC and women-led companies to share its stages and classrooms this season.

Modlin is working to create more opportunities to connect with artists, in new settings and over periods of weeks or years, rather than brief visits or singular performances. Expanding spaces for conversations with artists, University of Richmond students and the greater Richmond community will include artist residencies, panel discussions, master classes, social gatherings, free school series events, and more.

“Modlin Center for the Arts has long held a commitment to presenting a breadth and depth of artists, performing work that engages audiences in ways that extend beyond the stage,” shared Paul Brohan, Modlin’s Executive Director. “Three factors served to guide Modlin Center in building the 2022-2023 season of transformational experiences for our community: inclusive diversity, creating expanded opportunities for engagement, and removing barriers to access.”

“Modlin Center for the Arts and the University of Richmond believes that art is available to everyone and you belong here,” Brohan added. “We can’t wait to welcome you back.“

As Modlin returns to in-person events and full-capacity seating, every adult ticket this season is $35 (or less). Modlin patrons are invited to Create Their Own (4+) Series ¾ choose four or more events and enjoy 20% off all adult tickets. Discounted single event tickets are also available for seniors and students/youth. Additionally, the Department of Music Free Concert Series and UR Free Theatre and Dance season add over 30 free opportunities to see compelling live performances. UR Museums offer regular exhibitions and other programs that are free and open to the public.

Tickets are available online at https://modlin.richmond.edu, where you can view this season’s lineup, and by phone at 804-289-8980.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.