The American Dream, Right?
The students enrolled in the Museum Studies class have been curating the exhibition “The American Dream, Right? Exhibiting Soviet Jewish History in Richmond.”
Come and see the amazing effects of their work and get to know the stories of the immigrants this Thursday at the opening of the exhibition.
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The exhibition will be open from December 5th through April 22nd .
Thank you to everybody who joined us for the Julius J. Lankes, Survey of an American Artist exhibition opening last Monday! It was a great evening with impressive art and an informative lecture.
If you haven’t got a chance to visit the exhibition yet, it is on view from Tuesday, November 12 to Sunday, January 26, 2014 in Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art.
Make sure to stop by.
Hollywood Costume exhibition at VMFA
We saw the exhibition last week and we are impressed with the collection! It is fascinating how the exhibition explores the central role of costume design in cinematic storytelling.
Have a look at the exhibition and see the clothes worn by your favorite characters in films such as The Wizard of Oz, The Birds, My Fair Lady, Superman, Titanic, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince and The Dark Knight Rises.
Join us for exhibition opening
We have been preparing for an opening of “Julius J. Lankes, Survey of an American Artist” exhibition.
We gathered artist’s masterful woodcut prints that show his depictions of landscapes, natural objects, and buildings.
If you want to learn more about the artist legacy of illustrations in books, periodicals, bookplates, and greeting card designs come to the opening at 7pm on Monday, November 11th in the Harnett Museum of Art and enjoy the lecture followed by the reception.
You can find more details about the event on our facebook page:
See the Riverfront Canal Walk lighten up by art and performances. Enjoy the InLight Richmond this Friday.
1708 has just announced this year’s line up of lantern-making workshops leading up to InLight Richmond. Make a lantern in one of our workshops or at home and join us for The Community Lantern Parade to kick off InLight on November 8th. See the full schedule of workshops here: http://www.1708gallery.org/inlight/lantern-parade.html
We are now open TUESDAY - FRIDAY 1pm - 5pm!
Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art:
- Closed for Summer Break (June 29 to August 20).
Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature:
- Closed for Independence Day (July 4)
- Closed for Summer Break (August 2 to 20).
Keep us in mind for those scorching Richmond days! (we’ve got AC!)
This THURSDAY from 8-10pm we’ll be hosting our first ever COLLEGE NIGHT!
Improv & A Capella performances! Game Jam Games! Food!