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Listen Up! The 2023 Richmond Podcaster List

Not everyone knows this but Richmond, Virginia is home to a thriving podcast community and this article seeks to celebrate some of the most notable and interesting podcasters in the area. This is by no means an exhaustive list of all the podcasts produced in Richmond,...

These Young Streets

Kaelyn Mazyck is a fashion stylist and photographer based in Richmond, VA that is looking to link up with the city culture through her work. As Kaelyn puts it, photography is where she really pushes herself to try new things and break out of her comfort zone with each...

Alexander Kvares’ “I’m Hugging You With Long Flowing Eyes” at ada gallery, The First AI Generative Art Show in Richmond, VA

Alexander Kvares' exhibition "I'm Hugging You With Long Flowing Eyes" at ada gallery on Broad Street has been generating conversations in Richmond art circles this month. While there have been other shows in the city discussing AI art, this is the first one from an established artist at a respected gallery in the area. ada gallery's owner and...

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Alexander Kvares at ada gallery, the first Richmond Ai art show

Commemorating Edgar Allen Poe’s Legacy: A Night of Thrills and Chills with Nnedi Okorafor and R.L. Stein at the Poe Museum

The art of storytelling has long been intertwined with the eerie and macabre, and few writers have mastered this genre better than Edgar Allan Poe. As the Poe Museum in Richmond, VA celebrated its 100-year anniversary in late January, it brought in two esteemed writers to honor the legacy of Poe and share their own experiences with darkness...

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Poe Museum RL Stine Nnedi Okrafor

RVA Community Makers 2023: Honoring African American Leaders at VMFA

RVA Community Makers 2023, an annual community-activated art project, is back with its fifth edition, and this year's honorees are Janine Bell, Gary Flowers, and Jackson Ward Collective. The project, presented annually by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and led by artist Hamilton Glass, is a public art project that celebrates African American...

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RVA Community Makers 2023

Our Richmond, VA Celebrates Black History Month 2023 Rundown

Black History Month is an annual celebration of the achievements and contributions of African Americans throughout US history. The celebration originated from “Negro History Week,” proposed by noted historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African-Americans, which was later expanded to a month-long event in 1970. During this month,...

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Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, © Sedat Pakay 1965

RVA First Fridays February 2023: Storm The Gates!

Let's back into it and mark your calendars as the Richmond Arts District is set to host February First Fridays this Friday, February 3rd! This celebration of the arts will feature opening exhibits, live performances, community celebrations and more throughout the district's galleries, restaurants and shops. Here are a few of the events that...

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