Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 1st at 10:00 AM.
“The Sailor Bob Show” aired twice daily and its peak and was completely unscripted, with Griggs often drawing on a marker board and ad-libbing with puppet Gilly the Gull. The show ran from 1959 through the 1970s, captivating a generation of Richmond kids.
Since the VMFA Fellowship Program was launched in 1940, the museum has awarded nearly $5.8 million to more than 1,350 professional artists, art students and graduate students from across Virginia.
There are a ton of free films about the environment showing all over Richmond this week.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is set to open its newest exhibit Saturday, Hollar’s Encyclopedic Eye: Prints from the Frank Raysor Collection, taking a close look into the fine-point printmaking done by Wenceslaus Hollar in the 17th century.
An international ideas competition challenged designers to rethink the historic boulevard.
The historic mansion houses the Richmond Region Tourism Center, a history exhibition, and museum offices.
Tickets go on sale for the first concert in the 2019 series this Friday, January 25th.
If you’re a local photographer looking to display your work this is a great opportunity.
“We’re very happy with Innsbrook. We’d stay there if we could. But it’s hard to say right now. It’s dictated by other forces” such as possible development of the property, Larry Creeger, president of EventMakers, said.