Luck of the Draw

by | Oct 20, 2009 | ART

Luck of the Draw combines opportunity and art in a fun game of chance. While attending the event is free, you can buy a $100 ticket for a chance to choose from unframed works on paper donated by local artists and celebrities such as Gov. Timothy Kaine, Diego Sanchez, Amie Oliver, Noah Scalin, Pam Anderson, Laura Loe, and many others. Cash bars, viewing of the Richard Carlyon exhibition in the gallery and live music will add to the festive atmosphere. Daphne Maxwell Reid will preside as MC for the evening, orchestrating the action as ticket holders claim their favorite works.


Luck of the Draw combines opportunity and art in a fun game of chance. While attending the event is free, you can buy a $100 ticket for a chance to choose from unframed works on paper donated by local artists and celebrities such as Gov. Timothy Kaine, Diego Sanchez, Amie Oliver, Noah Scalin, Pam Anderson, Laura Loe, and many others. Cash bars, viewing of the Richard Carlyon exhibition in the gallery and live music will add to the festive atmosphere. Daphne Maxwell Reid will preside as MC for the evening, orchestrating the action as ticket holders claim their favorite works.

Luck of the Draw is Thursday, October 22, from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, located at 1812 West Main Street.

The evening rolls right into another free event – MUSICIRCUS, a cacophonous collaboration of over 20 musicians curated by jazz drummer Brian Jones that will run 9-10:30 PM.

For more info or to reserve a ticket, contact Karen Miller, Special Events Coordinator, at 353-0094 x 227 or [email protected]

Matt Ringer

Matt Ringer

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