Are you planning a trip to Richmond, VA?

We hope you enjoy our insider travel tips for Richmond. As avid travelers who base our work here we will share our expertise one of the best kept secrets in the country. Historically rich, creatively grounded, this is a city of artists, musicians, actors and innovators make things happen. Richmond is a great place to come home to. We welcome your comments and questions as we continue our journey.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Astral Diary opens at Chroma Projects on April 5

Amie Oliver's "Astral Diary"
@ Chroma Projects
April 5
for more info view the invitations attached or visit

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Notes for Heaven, Earth and Sea @ Quirk Gallery

Amie Oliver  hopes you'll join us to toast art for the living / 
day of the dead @ Quirk Gallery tonite. 

Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen presents

The Legend of Johnny Cash

Philip Bauer has been recreating the music and live performance of Johnny Cash since 1985 and features the following top hits: “Get Rhythm,” “Man in Black,” “I Walk the Line,” “Ring of Fire,” etc.
  • Sat., Nov. 19 • 7pm
  • The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, 2880 Mountain Road Glen Allen, VA 23060
  • $35

Tattoo You

Richmond Tattoo Arts Festival

Richmond is the third most tattooed city in the country. The RTAF will feature top tattoo artists, contests and a high percentage of hipsters.
  • Fri., Nov. 18 – Sun., Nov. 20 • 6pm
  • Greater Richmond Convention Center, 403 N. 3rd Street
  • $20 for a day pass, $40 for a weekend pass, children under 12 are FREE

The Visual Arts Center of Richmond presents:

 47th Annual Richmond Craft and Design Show

Sixty artists from across the United States are represented in a variety of media: clay, wood, jewelry, metal, glass, mixed media, fiber, and wearable art. Ticket proceeds go to help the Visual Arts Center of Richmond.
  • Sat., Nov. 19 – Sun., Nov. 20  •
  • Science Museum of Virginia
  • $12 – $15, or $20 for a weekend pass

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts presents:

Mummy: Secrets of the Tomb

Over 100 objects related to death and burial are coming to town from the renowned Egyptian collection of the British Museum. The exhibition opens with a film narrated by Patrick Stewart, which shows the virtual unwrapping of Nesperennub’s mummy
  • Nov. 19 – Mar. 11 • Regular museum hours
  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 200 N. Boulevard
  • Free for VMFA members, $12 – $15 for everyone else

The Carpenter Center presents Joan Baez

Joan Baez

Fri., Nov. 18 • 7:30pm
Carpenter Theater at Richmond Center Stage, University of Richmond 

$10 – $50