Archive for “Art”
Did you know April 20 is designated as National Record Store Day? Well it is and you should support by heading over to Steady Sounds located at 322 West Broad Street. What are you going to purchase?
We all have our own story to tell. Do you want your story added to the permanent collection of the Main Library? Now you can through the People’s Library project.
From timesdispatch.com Call it a sort of homecoming. In the early 1980s, the founders of the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia leased the Leigh Street Armory as a home, only to see a fire at the structure gut those plans.
On Friday, March 1, follow the adventures of the year-long public art project, “WHAT DO YOU STAND FOR?”
Are you still searching for unique holiday gifts? Although the weather is chilly, First Fridays will be a great opportunity to purchase holiday presents while supporting local businesses and artists.
In late October, Art 180 staff and teen alumni were able to talk with Henry Rollins for his documentary, “Capitalism.” Check out this clip of Art 180 Program Coordinator, Mike Williams, and Garry Callis, an Art 180 participant, speaking with Rollins about the mission of Art 180 and the importance of art in the community. [...]