Please join us for the opening reception of the Cultural Arts Center’s “The Eyes of Youth” exhibit on Saturday,March 16 from 1-3 pm. This unique exhibit will feature works by HenricoCounty students who have participated in The Center’s youth outreach programs.
Throughout the year, The Center’s youth and teen outreach programs reach across the Richmond Metro area to provide visual and performing arts experiences for young people in after school programs, girl scout troops, juvenile justice programs, public and private schools, and public libraries. Promoting self-confidence and self-awareness, we believe in the positive impact that the arts have in the lives of young people.
“The Eyes of Youth” exhibit features artwork created by students in three of The Center’s outreach programs: the Henrico County PAL after school program, the James River Juvenile Detention Center, and the Henrico County Public Schools’ summer SNAPS program.
We hope you will join us on Saturday, March 16 from 1-3pm to support and celebrate these young, emerging artists and learn more about The Center’s outreach efforts. Admission is free, refreshments will be served, and you will have the opportunity to meet many of the young artists featured in the exhibit. During this event, we will also encourage you to browse our additional onsite art galleries and gift shop. Mark your calendar to enjoy this free reception and help support the future of the arts!
We invite you and your family to explore The Cultural Arts Center and the visual and performing arts as you participate in hands-on art projects and enjoy live performances by a variety of talent. Free and open to the public, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy! Food service will be provided by the Glen Allen Super Market from 11am-4pm so you can enjoy lunch or snacks without having to stop all the fun!
March 23, 2019
11AM - 11PM
Join us on Saturday, April 13th. Enjoy 30 of the region’s best bluegrass and Americana bands playing on three indoor stages! The Jam is a family-friendly festival atmosphere and represents the best of bluegrass coming together to support a local cause. ALL proceeds will go to the Richmond Fisher House. Over the past nine years, this event has raised and donated more than $180,000! The event is free, with donations suggested at the door.
2PM - 8PM
Meet popular artist P. Buckley Moss, known as the people’s artist. Ms. Moss will be onsite to meet fans old and new and will sign prints and books purchased from The Center gift shop or brought from home. Don’t miss the special edition print created just for this event!