Archive for “Visual Arts Center”
The new Richmond Arts Review has a short write-up of the recent show at VisArts: I stopped into the present exhibition at the Visual Arts Center, Tacit, featuring works by recent VCUarts Department of Craft/Material Studies alumni. This piece by Sarah Mizer really caught my attention, as if I were looking at a forest from […]
Opening with a public reception April 1 at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, Leslie Wayne: Recent Work represents the past five years of Wayne’s vibrant, sculptural oil paintings. The works range in size from 14 feet long to as intimate as 10 x 13 inches. Wayne will present an artist’s talk at 5 p.m. […]
Winter-Spring classes start this week at VisArts: Introduction to the Wheel on Monday mornings (12 weeks) Pottery I on Monday evenings (12 weeks) Stained Glass ~Multi-level on Monday OR Tuesday evenings (6 weeks) Encaustic Painting on Tuesday evenings (6 weeks) Handmade Posters on Tuesday evenings (10 weeks) We’d love to welcome you to VisArts next […]
A double dose of horror with Taste the Blood of Frankenstein and Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht at VisArts this Friday evening.
Vis Arts’ Holiday Open House: Present Factory is this Saturday: Join us Saturday, December 11, from 12:30 to 3:30 PM, for our annual open house, a popular opportunity for gift making, art viewing and holiday cheer! We’ll have music and light refreshments in the Commons, and a $1 raffle for an original Shelly Bechtel Shepherd […]
The Visual Arts Center hosts Assof Evron on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 9:30-10:30AM for Art & Coffee: Israeli photographer Evron will discuss his photographic artworks as a contrast to photojournalism and will explore the relations in his photography between traditional and contemporary technology. His talk will also address film photography in the digital age and digital […]
The Visual Arts Center of Richmond invites everyone to join them on Tuesday morning: making manipulated paper lanterns that seem to undulate in the glowing light. Artist Sarah Hand will help you transform paper, wire and a few other simple materials into one-of-a-kind lighted sculptures. Participants are encouraged to join the Community Lantern Parade for […]