The archaeology-themed exhibition is meant to complement "Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China."
The historic, circa-1820 mansion will house museum offices, a regional visitor's center, and an exhibition on the site's complex past.
"Dig It!" centers around archaeology and explores the art of ancient China.
Programs include adult studio classes, art and history, teen programs, children’s workshops, early childhood programs, family classes, and more.
If you're a member of the VMFA, today is the day to reserve your spot for the museum's summer programs.
Set in Paris in 1708, The Heir Apparent tells the story of the penniless, but handsome, Eraste and his love for the fair Isabelle.
Representatives from a variety of entities will be on hand; the event is open to all.
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The city's seven remaining mayoral candidates answered tough questions from area organizations and residents at the VMFA Thursday night.
Follow along with our live blog from Mayorathon 2016 at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. We'll have a live play-by-play of the forum, analysis, and...