Fan of the Food – Eateries & Arts walking tour; Valentine’s Day Card Making Studio Session; Civil War Cinema @ The Byrd; Flight Night @ Secco; Free movie at Grace Street Theater; Mayor Jones presents State of the City; Blakey on RACE: Are We So Different?; Northeastern Huskies @ VCU Rams; Artemis Gallery Presents ; […]
Fan of the Food – Eateries & Arts walking tour; Valentine’s Day Card Making Studio Session; Civil War Cinema @ The Byrd; Flight Night @ Secco; Free movie at Grace Street Theater; Mayor Jones presents State of the City; Blakey on RACE: Are We So Different?; Northeastern Huskies @ VCU Rams; Artemis Gallery Presents ; Click II: Biannual Photography Exhibit; Secretly Y’all: “Birthday Stories”; 2012 RVA Environmental Film Festival; Carytown & Museum District: Butchers, Bakers & Beyond walking tout; MORE…
Fan of the Food – Eateries & Arts walking tour
Sat Jan 28 2:00 pm
Real Richmond’s walking tour Fan of the Food: Eateries & Arts – This 1.5 mile walking tour highlights the artistry of chefs and artists along Main and Cary streets in the Fan. You’ll sample what’s cooking at several locally-owned restaurants and food purveyors including such spots as RealiTea, Acacia mid-town, Rowland Fine Dining, Six Burner, Olio, Fresca, and more, and pop into art galleries such as Glave/Kocen and the Visual Arts Center of Richmond. Besides wonderful food and insider info from chefs and owners, you’ll get a taste of the Richmond’s vibrant cultural life. $39 http://realrichmondva.com/
Valentine’s Day Card Making Studio Session
Sat Jan 28 11:00 am
Have you gone to the stores and seen boring, too sweet valentine’s day cards that never portray the real feeling of relationships?
Now is your chance to dig deep into your emotions and express what Romance has really done to you! Come to our studio for our special one-on-one card making session from 11-5PM Saturday, January 28th. Materials will be provided but feel free to also bring your own!
Please RSVP at 353-2676!
NOTE: The workshop is NOT at Artemis Gallery, but at the Metallic Art Graphics Studio one block down on the corner of Floyd & Lombardy. It’s a big blue building directly across from the laundromat.
Civil War Cinema @ The Byrd
Sun Jan 29 1:00 pm
The Conspirator Presented By The Museum Of The Confederacy & The Byrd Theatre Foundation
Chocolate & Champagne
Reception To Open
Featuring Special Guest Speaker:
Mary Surratt: An American Tragedy
Tickets: $25 (students $15 with ID)
and are available at:
Chop Suey Books
The Museum of the Confederacy
(In person or at link below)
NO ADVANCE TICKETS SOLD AT BYRD
Flight Night @ Secco
Mon Jan 30 2:00 pm
Trying new things is like hitting the refresh button on our existence: it delivers us from complacency, engages our senses and forces us to question our tastes, values and, in turn, our very nature. Yet, more often than not, most of us will opt for the familiar over the unknown. Every Monday.
Free movie at Grace Street Theater
Tue Jan 31 7:00 pm
Police, Adjective (2009)
by Corneliu Porumboiu – January 31, 2012 – 7pm
Area: World Cinema/Romania
Mayor Jones presents State of the City
Tue Jan 31 6:30 pm
Thomas Jefferson High School
4100 West Grace
Blakey on RACE: Are We So Different?
Thu Feb 2 6:00 pm
@ Science Museum of Virginia
The Valentine Richmond History Center announces the first in a series of monthly public meetings as part of the Future of Richmond’s Past initiative, a local effort to engage audiences in a dialogue about the region’s past and how that past can positively shape our future. The first event will be hosted by the Science Museum of Virginia on Thursday, Feb. 2 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The event is in conjunction with the Science Museum’s launch of “RACE – Are We So Different?” exhibition in late January. Dr. Michael Blakey, National Endowment for the Humanities Professor at the College of William & Mary, is the first guest speaker.
Northeastern Huskies @ VCU Rams
Thu Feb 2 7:00 pm
Artemis Gallery Presents
Fri Feb 3 5:00 pm
Artemis Gallery presents Valentine cards made by local artists to express everything that store bought cards never say. The deeper emotions that come from romance and the taking of risks creates pain as well as pleasure; no more saccharin sweet cards for Artemis Gallery!
Come and see what creative and talented artists have come up with to express the theme of Eros!
The following artists will be presenting their works:
Emily Creery Thomas
Jessica Pittman Jones
Click II: Biannual Photography Exhibit
Fri Feb 3 7:00 pm
@ Glave Kocen
When the Richmond Arts community embraced Click in 2010, it was only natural to bring it back. This time the scope has gotten even greater. Scott Elmquist (photo editor/photographer of Style Weekly) and BJ Kocen (glave kocen gallery director) are back to curate this exhibit but new to Click’s curatorial duties is Travis Fullerton (Museum Photographer VMFA). This exhibit features over twenty photographers, five of which have received VMFA fellowships, whose work covers ground from Photo Journalism to the Fine Arts. There are some returning photographers such as Jamie Betts and Cyane Lowden but mostly it’s a brand new batch featuring folks such as Michael Lease, Jon-Phillip Sheridan, Logan Crable, and Rick Kidd. The thrust of this exhibit is to celebrate what most patrons know about the power of photography and to educate those who still remain skeptical about photography as an art form. To further bolster this massive exhibit, title cards will include artist statements and camera gear used, photo books will be on display and Scott & Travis will lead off a Q&Q on Feb. 18th called “Point and Shoot”.
Secretly Y’all: “Birthday Stories”
Fri Feb 3 7:00 pm
$10 Renaissance Ballroom 107 W.Broad Street
2012 RVA Environmental Film Festival
Sat Feb 4 7:00 pm
The 2012 RVA Environmental Film Festival is bigger and better than ever! 2 days! 5 features! Many films and special appearances. Check http://rvaenvironmentalfilmfestival.com/ for movie details, up-to-date feature time and ticket information.
Carytown & Museum District: Butchers, Bakers & Beyond walking tout
Sat Feb 4 2:00 pm
We’ll mix it up for you along one of Richmond’s most eclectic thoroughfares. Visit intimate bistros, bustling lunch spots with Southern favorites, and specialty food retailers featured in national magazines while passing through quirky Carytown. You’ll learn secrets from butchers to bakers as well as get a peek at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ new sculpture garden. Come see our culinary trendsetters such as Secco, Belmont Butchery, Carytown Cupcakes, Cafe Ole, Belmont Food Shop, Zeus Gallery Cafe, Bonvenu, Museum District B & B, Amour Wine Bistro and others in Carytown and the Museum District. (SOLD OUT)