Do artists wear heavy duty jackets in the studio?
On Wednesday, the City of Richmond announced that Joshua Wiener, a Boulder, Colorado-based sculptor was selected to design the art installation for th
Ladies get ready to get gussied up in your finest and go out this weekend to the Robinson Theater to support the arts.
Kendal LeMire admits she wasn't much of a coloring book person when she was younger, but the self-described non-stop creator finds great pleasure in filling
Artists continue to thrive at all ages in RVA and the art scene only continues to flourish here with new exhibits popping up and new murals on every corner every time your turn around.
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Over the past six months, painter/sculptor Darryl Starr has been preparing for his forthcoming opening, scheduled for April of 2016.
Friday, January 8, 5 PM
Cruel Hand, Drug Church, Teen Death, Mad Existence @ Strange Matter - $10 (order tickets here: https://cruelhand.eventbrite.com/)
I'm so excited about this show, I have somewhat abandoned my usual format for this show listing.
Somewhere between a magazine and a zine lies Dialogue, a new print project created by Ben Cochran, a communication arts student at Virginia Commonwealth University.
“I'm constantly trying to bridge the gap between so-called Fine Art and tattooing,” Thea Duskin of Ghostprint Gallery said of her long praised work
One of our favorite muralists here at RVA Mag and one that every time you bat your eye he's painted something was featured in a new video recently.
Longtime Richmond tattoo artist Charles Berger is known for his intricate and elaborate tattoos.
“Big things can happen when you bring together strong organizations that do what they do well," said Marlene Paul, Co-founder of the local non-profit ART 180.
Sink/Swim Press, a self-publishing venture endured by CEO, founder, and RVA local James Moffitt, plans to enter the realm of nationwide distribution for it
The work of the greatest scultptors of the 19th and early 20th centuries will be on display starting tomorrow at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Richmond's own Barf Comics illustrator James Callahan is at it again creating more work to blow our minds.
When people think of art and culture, most people's minds end to go to bigger places like New York City or Los Angeles or Portland, but just because your city isn't big, doesn't mean it's not rich in