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Inlight Richmond announces awards for 2015 VMFA event

Inlight 2015, presented by 1708 Gallery and held at the VMFA, was a resounding two night success this year.

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History of Scott's Addition depicted in new mural on The Preserve apartment building

You may have noticed a gigantic canvas painting going up over in Scott's Addition recently.

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Just in time for the sequel, Korean artist Kim Jung Gi releases amazing samurai themed Star Wars sketches

South Korean artist Kim Jung Gi admits he's not the biggest Star Wars fan, but his sketch work showing the iconic characters with a Samurai theme are

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RVA Mag #22: RMP 2015 artist Nils Westergard on street art vs. muralism, conveying emotions through images, and his plans for RVA

Nils Westergard is proud to be the first homegrown Richmond Mural Project artist.

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'Inlight' returns this weekend to illuminate RVA's night sky over two nights at the VMFA

For the very first time, the annual Inlight Richmond Exhibition, held in collaboration with 1708 Gallery and<

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RVAMag #22: RMP 2015 muralist D*Face talks his early street art days & the impact social media has on the mural scene

“My older daughter said, ‘Daddy, if you’re famous, why do people not stop and take photos of you in the street?

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GWARbar featured in creepy commercial for Texas Beach Bloody Mary mix

Halloween may be over, but we're hanging on to it like a zombie after your brains.

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Mickael Broth and Barf Comics collaborate to create 'Widow's Walk' mural in Norfolk Arts District

Mickael Broth has been hard at work using walls as his canvas again.

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'Best Ink' winner brings her large, colorful and intricate tattoo designs to RVA to set up shop

Teresa Sharpe spends eight hours a day on one tattoo. That’s the amount of dedication and detail she puts into her pieces.

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RVA visual artist Sishir Bommakanti explores the morbidly surreal with his fine ink work

RVA is known for its thriving visual art scene, and newcomer Sishir Bommakanti is doing his best to break into it.

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The fantastic and epic art of RVA-raised Arik Roper

Successful illustrator and painter Arik Roper, who is now based in New York City, was raised here in Richmond in the 1980s.

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VMFA acquires painting commissioned by King George III, one of the most valuable in museum's history

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has added a piece of art rich in history to its McGlothlin American Galleries, one of the most valuable acquistions in the museum's history.

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An RVA artist's first comic book weaves a dark, wordless tale

Richmond based publisher Sink/Swim Press released their latest comic this week, Consumption, from local artist Dashiell Kirk.

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The organizers behind the 'Find Art Doors' challenge have hidden one last door for RVA to find and planned a live auction on 10/24

Virginia Supportive Housing (VSH) and Art on Wheels have partnered to send Richmonders on

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Local tattoo artist taps into anime, pokemon and other characters to draw in clientele

Tattoos are a way of life in Richmond, they are more than just a symbol or drawing, they have evolved as part of our culture here.

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RVA Makerfest to bring the creative DIY makers, inventors and artisans of the community together Saturday 10/3

Have you ever watched a skilled artisan make and demonstrate their craft?

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RVA's Arts District gets a new hotel that doubles as an art gallery

Broad Street's growing Arts District has welcomed a new addition with the opening of Quirk Hotel. The hotel’s opening, Sept.

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Ad Week is way too comfortable with these Civil War inspired UCI ads

Local ad gurus The Martin Agency rustled up some neat images and radio ads supporting the UCI bike race - not sure where they are playing or being shown but

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Murals at GRTC's former bus depot/RVA Street Art Fest to be wiped out and replaced with mixed-used project

Say goodbye to the beautiful, colorful, beloved art that dozens of local muralists and other artists created at the former GRTC bus depot at 101 S. Davis Ave.

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Richmond Young Writers teams up with local artists for bike-themed visual expressions of teen's literary works

With the UCI tournament quickly approaching, most people who live in Richmond have been trying to figure out how they are going to maneuver throughout the city.

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