Including 92 examples dating from the late 18th and 19th century, the exquisite and intricately crafted works feature subjects such as Renaissance paintings, architecture, animals, and landscapes, many reset as jewelry in designs by Elizabeth Locke.
Richmond’s first-ever Women’s Theatre Festival is underway. The festival, housed in TheatreLAB’s black box theater, includes four one-woman shows: “Message From a Slave,” “Bad Dates,” “Pretty Fire” and “Golda’s Balcony.” The plays rotate in rep with one another through April 20.
The public is invited to attend a reception and showing of art by VCU senior students in Painting and Print Making on Saturday, April 13 from 5:00 to 8:00. The artwork will also be available to view from 12:00 to 5:00 on Sunday, April 14.
Every night is jazz night in Richmond. Venues and restaurants across the city feature live bands — and it’s often free to get in. Here’s a virtual tour of seven hotspots. So put on your dancing shoes and get jazzed.
Artists are encouraged to think creatively and translate their inspiration into strong messages that will encourage others to think twice about littering when they see the artwork on the storm drains. The entry deadline is Tuesday, April 9th.