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COME TO THE FISH MARKET! ON FRIDAY, APRIL FIRST, AT 7PM, COME AND VIEW THE FANTASTIC WROKS OF ART AT GALLERY5! PAINTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF CULTUREWORKS, JOHN BRYAN’S TRAVELING SERIES OF FISH ARE A SIGHT TO SEE! THE WORKS OF THIS CHAMPION OF RICHMOND’S ART AND CULTURE SPAN BEYOND A GALLERY’S WALLS.
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24, FROM 6 PM TO 9PM, VISIT THE BEST CAFÉ! THE VIRGINIA MUSUEM OF FINE ARTS, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RICHMOND JAZZ SOCIETY, WILL PRESENT JAZZ CAFÉ! A VARIETY OF JAZZ TRIOS WILL BE PERFORMING, SO TAKE A BREAK, AND RELAX AFTER WORK WITH GREAT JAZZ, LIGHT FARE, AND REFRESHING DRINKS!
ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 AND 29, FROM 9:30AM TO 5PM, HEAD ON DOWN TO THE SCIENCE MUSEUM OF VIRGINIA. SEE WHAT KINDS OF THINGS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS OF ALL AGES ARE LEARNING ABOUT BY CHECKING OUT THEIR AWESOME SCIENCE FAIR EXPERIMENTS.
The staff of Umami Coffee & Tea will feature our favorite teas at our complimentary tea tasting FREE this Saturday, march 26 from 1 to 4 PM. We offer a great atmosphere with complimentary Wi-Fi and a made-to-order beverage bar. There are over 100 tea assortments and sniffing jars are available to help with your selection process. Our friendly knowledgeable staff will welcome you to our world of coffee and tea. For more information call 308-0395.
Thomas Piercy is a critically acclaimed musician with orchestral, concerto, solo recital and chamber music appearances throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. He has been described by critics as performing "the best Piazzolla in NYC," and by The New York Times as “Passionate," "Brilliant…playing with refinement and flair," and "evoking a panache in the contemporary works.” And here is your chance to hear him play! Come on Sunday, Mar 27, 8:00p at the Singleton Performing Arts Center in VCU. This event is completely free. For more information go to www.pubinfo.vcu.edu.
Join fellow art lovers at Art Space on Friday, March 25, 2011, 7:00 – 10:00 pm for the opening reception of artspace'slatest shows featuring three new exhibitions. VCU Craft/Material Studies will hold their Senior Show in the Main Gallery. Christie Blizard's exhibition is called "The Sound Wave Project" and Geraldine Kiefer's is "Archipelagic Encounters." This event is free and open to the public.
PaulReisler, founder of the Kid Pan Alley children's songwriting project, will bring his talents as songwriter, composer, and performer to seven classes at Margaret M.Pierce Elementary School in Remington, VA, fromMarch 21-25, 2011 for an intergenerational songwriting residency. Lynchburg-based singer/songwriter Paddy Doughertywill join Reisler for the workshops and concert. Seniors from Fauquier Senior Center will visit the school on Monday, March 21 to tell one class about life growing up. Each class and the seniors will work with Reisler and Dougherty in two 45-minute sessions during the week to brainstorm ideas and a melody for a song they will perform together in a free concert for the community onFriday, March 25 at 7:00 pm at Pierce Elementary at 12074 James Madison Street (Rt. 15N), Remington, Virginia 22734.
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djannag February 22nd, 2011
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