Area artists can apply for funding from the annual program through November 4th.
Over 1,100 people have RSVPed for the forum in which Richmond's eight candidates for mayor will answer questions in four key priority issue areas.
Guests will be the first to see 87 inspired floral designs throughout the museum, and visit the new Fabergé and Russian Decorative Arts Galleries.
The special exhibition explores race and gender by replacing paintings of European aristocrats with contemporary black subjects.
The museum welcomes the world with a variety of programs and hosts a viewing party for the Men’s Elite Road Circuit Peloton Sunday morning.
Ed Trask, Chris Milk, Hamilton Glass, and Matt Lively are among the artists who have donated their time to support youth in public housing.
Richmond Magazine highlights the challenges the museum has faced following its huge new addition and heightened notoriety over the past five years.
The festival takes place September 4th and 5th at the museum.
This year's event includes an Underground Kitchen event at the museum.
The shop, which opened August 3rd, is on the upper level of Short Pump Town Center.