The Houff Foundation takes over for 1708’s interns this week, hosting a panel that debates the good and bad for working for little to no financial compensation. Also featured: many years of the Monster Drawing Rally’s best pieces.
It also might be a six armed triclops in a caterpillar costume?
The Knitorious M.E.G. is at it again, this time dropping a love bomb on Scott’s Addition.
The new state-of-the-art projection system will rival those of Richmond’s largest multiplexes.
Think of it like a food festival, but replace “food vendor” with “cultural organization.” You’ll get samples of what RVA has to offer, and you can plan your culturing for the rest of the year accordingly!
Both the Auschwitz/Oswiecim exhibit and director Waitman Beorn are new to the Virginia Holocaust Museum this year, and both will help strengthen the museum’s mission.
The Friday evening show is family friendly; Saturday’s is geared towards mature audiences only.
The Downtown Neighborhood Association is preparing for the Big Bike Race™—an altered schedule, a party vibe, and a new website that’ll help both locals and tourists navigate their way around.
The fun kicks off at 6:30 PM at The Tin Pan near Regency Square Mall.
Storefront weaves Week 4 of 10 x 10 into its National Association on Community Design Conference, which its proud to host for the very first time.