It’s not just an idea anymore, it’s a real plan that could actually be considered, implemented, and enjoyed. Is it Richmond’s time to High Line?
Archives: 2015 10 x 10
The final week of 1708 Gallery’s 10 x 10 brings a very unique preview of what a High Line-esque park could do for us all.
Artist and elementary art educator Sarah Fought takes her two-year-old to Angela M. D. Allen’s new hands-on project/exhibit at 1708 Gallery.
Two artists explore how their backgrounds—one a heritage of being an oppressor and one a heritage of being oppressed—affect how they see the world.
It’s art like you’ve never before experienced—and different every night. Community Room takes over 1708 for some fringey cool artistic expression, man.
Two VCU students are making the rest of us look lazy—oh, and they’re also giving adolescent kids a chance to explore their artistic talent, learn a lot about their community, and work on some collaborative skills.
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.
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.
Mark Strandquist’s Performing Statistics tackles criminal justice reform in a way that involves, well, everyone.
The second of ten creative projects that will occupy 1708 Gallery this summer—Milk River Arts will give their week over to adult artists with special needs.