WRIR Billboard

Look for the new digital billboard that we did for WRIR 97.3! It will be in Richmond, VA along I-64 at Diversity Thrift over the next few weeks! read more →

Cultsha Xpo

Cultsha Xpo 2012 on Saturday, June 23rd was an immersion into all that Richmond has to offer culturally. Over 70 Richmond-area cultural and art non-profit organizations participated in the event sponsored by CultureWorks. It was an impressive gathering of art, music, dance, history, science and local attractions showcasing all they offer our community. Two non-profits.. read more →

ART 180 The Big Show

Wow! What a great night it was Wednesday, June 6th at Plant Zero for the ART 180 The Big Show! The young people from 12 programs across Richmond came together to show their Spring 2012 creative work. You could see on each face how much this program means to them. Video, live performances, mixed-media, prints,.. read more →

The Art of Recycling

When we hear the term recycling we so often think of cans, plastic and paper. It is great to see someone recycling retired cigarette vending machines in such a creative way by dispensing packs of artist cards. This Art-o-mat is at the Visual Arts Center in Richmond, VA.. According to the organization’s website below: “Artists.. read more →

VCU CreateAthon Wrap Party

Thursday night was the culmination of this year’s CreateAthon at VCU. A wrap party at the Try-Me Gallery to celebrate the wonderful marketing done by students for non-profits March 15th & 16th. I am incredibly proud of the team I had the pleasure of mentoring that worked on admissions materials for The New Community School. read more →

Sorry to see our Art 180 piece go.

April 9th the Art 180 piece by Fraquel Williams, a young Richmonder and part of Art 180, will be moved to it’s next stop on the exhibition tour. We have enjoyed hosting it! If you haven’t seen the exhibition, please take the time to see it while it’s still on Monument.   read more →

Richmond Street Art Festival- April 15th

What a beautiful day to stroll along the floodwall and through what used to be Richmond’s James River Power Plant and watch such incredible art being created by some of today’s top street artists. Thank you to Ed Trask for making this a reality and the artists for making Richmond an even more beautiful place! read more →