It may be rainy and nasty out there right now, but there's still plenty of art to see and things to do at this month's First Fridays Artwalk
It's no secret we're big fans of The Little Red Fish, the indie comic created by local artist Bizhan Khodabandeh and writer James Moffitt and published by the local company Sink/Swim Press. Well it turns out the folks who digitally publish the comic, Rosarium Publishing, are looking for some help and if things work out we'll see a print version of Khodabandeh's new pet project, The Little Black Fish.
A colorful interactive mural in Norfolk's NEON Arts District is bringing light and vibrancy to a once-forgotten neighborhood.
While the Richmond Mural Project is known for bringing world-renown muralists to our fair city, there's a certain special feeling of pride when one of our own makes the cut.
Richmond knows how to celebrate.
The Art Assignment, a weekly PBS Digital Studios production hosted by curator Sarah Green, has just released a new video showcasing all of the amazing art, galleries and other shops Richmond has to offer as part of their "Art Trip" series.
This Friday will kick off the third annual RVA Street Art Fest bringing together national and local muralists, sculptors and other artis
The Richmond Mural Project 2016 is getting underway and we've got about 10 artists to announce, including one very special local muralist to add to the otherwise international crew.
Tattoos are more than just designs on someone's body here in Richmond.
Jennifer Kennedy wants to be bored.
The mural project that transformed the downtown canal walk and the old GRTC bus depot is returning to bring some color to Manchester.
A facebook post written by local muralist Nils Westergard set off a bit of a
Richmond artist Jamie Pocklington passed away last week at the age of 46. RVA Magazine was fortunate to meet and profile this complex and talented individual in our pages back in 2006.
Over the weekend local artist Nils Westergard started painting over near Belmont and Patterson.
Over the next year, the Visual Arts Center of Richmond will bring in four illustrators to design a catalog for their organization as part of its new annual "illustra
Sonny Gabriel and Scott Free, the duo that make up the local hip hop group No Hokum were never ones to bring us boring, material without substance-o
U.S. News and World Report has released its annual rankings for Best Graduate Program in the United States and once again, VCU's fine art program has made the top of the list.
Richmond's bustling arts scene continues to develop and flourish with amazing painters, sculptors, musicians, designers, and artists of all kinds, but once a month RVA offers us a really great treat w
The master of surrealism, Salvador Dali, left behind a vast collection of work when he died, and now some of his most prized works are heading to Richmond thanks to the Chasen Gallery.