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Dorothy Fagan

Dorothy Fagan at glave kocen gallery

Coming Home New Works by Dorothy Fagan opens at the glave kocen gallery, on October 7–29, 2011.


Eldridge Bagley at Glave Kocen

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ed trask studio

Trask’s Rails, Trails and Rivers opens Friday at Glave Kocen

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The United Skull of America II

Noah Scalin’s The United Skull of America II at Main Art’s X Gallery on Lombardy Street.

Louis Briel retrospective opens Friday at Glave Kocen

His or Hers or Hers or His by Ross Caudill at Main Art X Gallery

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Size Doesn’t Matter

Size Doesn’t Matter opened Friday evening at Glave Kocen and runs through January 29.

New works by Dave Bruner

A show of new works by Dave Bruner runs Oct.1-Nov.2 at the glave kocen gallery. Opening this Friday, Oct.1, from 6-9PM.

bill fisher x gallery

Bill Fisher at X Gallery

Newton, Bowring at Reynolds Gallery

New Work by Carlton Newton and Patina by Sally Bowring will be on display Sep.17-Oct.30 at the Reynolds Gallery. Opening reception this Friday, Sep.17 from 7-9PM.

In The Groove: Collecting and Curating African Music @ Anderson Gallery

An interesting accompaniment to the current show at the Anderson Gallery: Bill Lupoletti, WRIR’s world music director and host of Global A Go-Go, and David Noyes, host of WRIR’s Ambiance Congo and co-host of The Motherland Influence, will join Siemon Allen on Wednesday, September 29 at 6PM at VCU’s Anderson Gallery in a program titled […]

Page Bond Gallery Announces New Show

The Page Bond Gallery debuts a new exhibit on First Friday, September 3rd.

Laura Loe’s New Gallery on Main St.

R Home’s blog has a post about Laura Loe’s new space opening on Main St. (near 3 Monkeys) and her new inspiration. Sounds like a great space to check out! From the article: Laura Loe, Richmond’s talented and wildly popular painter, has moved her art gallery to 2513 W Main St. and expanded it to […]

New Exhibit at VisArts

The Visual Arts Center opens a new exhibit on Friday, April 9th. Loren Schwerd: Mourning Portrait is a series of memorials to the communities of New Orleans that were devastated by the flooding that followed Hurricane Katrina. The public is invited to an opening reception from 6-8 PM. Details from the press release: Assistant Professor of Sculpture at […]

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