For the first time in Richmond, the Mystical Arts of Tibet group are publicly making a five-day sand mandala at the Virginia Holocaust Museum through the weekend.
The infamous Salvador Dali has graced Richmond with yet another short visit.
VCU's impact on the downtown Richmond area is undeniable.
Richmonder Ephraim “Ed” Steinberg is well knows in the Richmond art community for his paintings, screen prints, photo manipulation work and selling artwork out of laundromats.
It's the first Friday of the month, and you know what that means. Yes, all your bills are due, but on the bright side, the monthly artwalk is happening in RVA!
When you’re enjoying the revelry of First Fridays this week, be sure to check out the most unique gallery in Jackson Ward.
From Berlin, across the ocean to Melbourne and back again to her town of Raleigh, North Carolina, Taylor White’s internationally acclaimed art once again graces the streets of Richmond as part of this
"Start with in-focus first and work from there."
There’s a football simulation game experiencing a renaissance. The player becomes the coach of a full 53-man team, devising game plans and strategies all the way down to blitzes and blocking schemes. It’s so visually detailed that you can make out the individual braids on Robert Griffin III’s head, and you can literally feel the action.
This summer will see the end of an era as the beloved Dean of VCU's School of the Arts, Joe Seipel, will retire, bringing an end to his 42-year relationship with the University.
As RVA works towards uniting Browns Island and Manchester with T.
RVA artist Samantha Brodek refers to her art as "dark art."
Mayor Dwight Jones unveiled a new art installation erected at Fire Station 17 in Southside Wednesday afternoon as a reminder of the community's appreciation for the firemen's service.
While the city is in full swing with the 2016 Richmond Mural Project, five well-known local muralists gathered at the Glave Kocen Gallery this
For local artist Jacob Eveland, the murals he’s painted for the 2016 Richmond Mural Project transcend the beautiful black-and-white style he is known for.
If you didn’t get to catch the colorful murals that came out of the Richmond Street Art Festival, you’ll still be able to catch remnants of them with a new phone-based game – and Pokémon Go.
In a time of constant social and political unrest, art has been used in different mediums to express society’s grief as captured by the artist.
Artist Jack Wax http://arts.vcu.edu/craft/bio/jack-wax/ describes his work as “explorative.” For every piece of artwork he creates he takes something from it and continues to explore.
Editor's note: Local journalist/creepy uncle who ruins Thanksgiving Mark Holmberg wrote an OpEd for the Times-Dispatch saying the Richmond Mural Project and other local murals "send an ugly message."
It's the first of the month, and you know what that means. Yes, all your bills are due, but on the bright side, it's First Fridays in RVA!