Hidden No More is now being held at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Don't Forget. Please Enjoy! http://blackhistorymuseum.org/event/hidden-no-more-pioneering-black-women-mathematicians-tell-their-stories/?preview=true
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Soul Santa will return this year, twice! Our annual holiday open house has expanded to two weekends - Dec. 3 and Dec. 10. Don't miss out on your opportunity to have your children's picture taken with Soul Santa and more! Mark your calendar for Richmond's most soulful holiday experience. This event is sponsored by the - Read More
To prepare for our Annual Open House and Black History Month programming, Freedom Friday will resume March 2017. Thank you for a wonderful first year! If you are interested in showing your art during next year's Freedom Friday series, email firstname.lastname@example.org
There's an explosion of art happening in Richmond during the month of October. artoberVA is a month-long celebration of arts and culture held each year in October, in conjunction with National Arts and Humanities month. The goal of artoberVA is to increase awareness of and participation in arts and culture offerings across our region during October - Read More
Jazz nights and poetry readings as well as interactive and traditional exhibits are among the plans that Tasha Chambers has for the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia when it moves into its new home early next year. “This new museum has so much history to celebrate,” said Ms. Chambers, who was introduced - Read More
Romare Bearden: Vision and Activism Romare Bearden: Vision and Activism, an exhibition featuring vibrant and thought-provoking collages, lithographs and more. This exhibit opens on September 13th and will remain at the museum until December 13th.