The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond offers a world-class permeant collection, special exhibitions, artist speakers, and educational programs for people of all ages.
Sabot at Stony Point is an independent school in Richmond for children in preschool through eighth grade. Sabot strives to support and guide children’s inquiry and research by creating an environment that encourages collaboration and exchange. The school challenges students to become “effective communicators and disciplined thinkers, capable of solving problems in our increasingly complex
From September 22-27, 2014, Richmond celebrated Active Aging Week–a national initiative of the International Council on Aging (ICA) encouraging persons 50 and older to actively age in their communities. For the closing event celebration, the YMCA of Greater Richmond, along with Senior Connections, United Way, VCU Department of Gerontology, Greater Richmond Age Wave Readiness Coalition,
These videos celebrating Richmond were created for Style Weekly, a publication which provides smart and thorough coverage of Richmond’s political and cultural news. In addition, Belle Isle won second place in the Richmond Environmental Film Festival.
“NEW-FASHIONED” is a short documentary exploring the artistic process of students in the Teen Stylin’ program at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. The film will be screened at multiple venues, including at VMFA during the 2014 Teen Stylin runway shows November 15 and 22.
Amid blaring music, joyful dancing, roosters crowing, and trucks beeping there are a few brief moments of stillness in the Dominican Republic.
The University of Richmond is a highly-ranked private university, excelling in liberal arts, law, business, leadership studies, and continuing education. It offers “a welcoming spirit that prizes diversity of experience and thought” inside and outside the classroom.
SCAN’s mission is to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect throughout the Greater Richmond area by protecting children, promoting positive parenting, strengthening families and creating a community that values and cares for its children.
The Visual Arts Center of Richmond offers classes, exhibits, and outreach programs for kids and adults. SOHO (Space of Her Own) and SAYTogether (Seniors and Youth Together) are two outreach programs at the Visual Arts Center that bring together youth and adults to create art and foster meaningful relationships.
Feast RVA is a simple and brilliant idea that brings together community, creativity, and change. For $25, you listen to live music, enjoy a delicious dinner and drinks, and listen to short presentations by local creatives. Then you vote for your favorite project, and watch your money make someone else’s creative dream come true.