Posts Tagged 'InSight'

InSight: A Walk in the Park(ing Lot)

BY MEGAN ZALECKI What does a metered parking space have to do with community engagement? According to a project by University of Richmond students, more than you might originally think. PARK(ing) Day is at once an annual, worldwide event and

/ Comments Off

InSight: A Walk in the Park(ing Lot)

BY MEGAN ZALECKI What does a metered parking space have to do with community engagement? According to a project by University of Richmond students, more than you might originally think. PARK(ing) Day is at once an annual, worldwide event and

/ Comments Off

InSight: Sonya Clark

BY MEGAN ZALECKI   If you didn’t make it to Reynolds Gallery during this busy weekend for the opening of its latest show, Missed Connection, please go see it. Centered on the theme of miscommunication and lost meaning, the group

/ Comments Off

InSight: Sonya Clark

BY MEGAN ZALECKI   If you didn’t make it to Reynolds Gallery during this busy weekend for the opening of its latest show, Missed Connection, please go see it. Centered on the theme of miscommunication and lost meaning, the group

/ Comments Off

InSight: Jessica Segall

  1708 Gallery is showing a two-toned exhibition of works by Jessica Segall through March 16th, entitled A Thirsty Person. Several graphite drawings of solar panel cell patterns are the highlight. These abstract forms are derived from the solar panels

/ Comments Off

InSight: Jessica Segall

  1708 Gallery is showing a two-toned exhibition of works by Jessica Segall through March 16th, entitled A Thirsty Person. Several graphite drawings of solar panel cell patterns are the highlight. These abstract forms are derived from the solar panels

/ Comments Off

InSight: Don Harrison

Don Harrison was the award-winning arts & culture editor at Style Weekly for the last many years, but no longer. Though he’s still Richmond’s arts & culture guru at heart, he’s gone on to new things, some family matters, and

/ No comments

InSight: Don Harrison

Don Harrison was the award-winning arts & culture editor at Style Weekly for the last many years, but no longer. Though he’s still Richmond’s arts & culture guru at heart, he’s gone on to new things, some family matters, and

/ No comments

Drive-by Photography?

Head down Lombardy and you’ll pass Main Art Supply’s exterior X Gallery, with some quilt-like mural speeding by in pixels of blues and grays. Turns out this is Michael Lease‘s You’re the Sun, an arrangement of photographs taken of the sky

/ No comments

Drive-by Photography?

Head down Lombardy and you’ll pass Main Art Supply’s exterior X Gallery, with some quilt-like mural speeding by in pixels of blues and grays. Turns out this is Michael Lease‘s You’re the Sun, an arrangement of photographs taken of the sky

/ No comments

InSight: Bernard Martin @ ADA

For another week (to June 2) ADA Gallery hosts a selection of Bernard Martin paintings. In addition to a longstanding painting career, Martin is also Professor Emeritus at VCU, where he taught from 1962-92. In From the Landfills of My

/ No comments

InSight: Bernard Martin @ ADA

For another week (to June 2) ADA Gallery hosts a selection of Bernard Martin paintings. In addition to a longstanding painting career, Martin is also Professor Emeritus at VCU, where he taught from 1962-92. In From the Landfills of My

/ No comments

InSight: Pratt & Anderson

Go see these two exhibitions on the same day. Maybe get some coffee. Make an event of it. Ghostprint Gallery hosts figurative paintings by George Pratt in Past Present, and Red Door Gallery offers a series of landscape paintings from

/ No comments

InSight: Pratt & Anderson

Go see these two exhibitions on the same day. Maybe get some coffee. Make an event of it. Ghostprint Gallery hosts figurative paintings by George Pratt in Past Present, and Red Door Gallery offers a series of landscape paintings from

/ No comments

InSight: Ryan McLennan

Take a look at the latest issue of New American Paintings: 40 Artists on the Rise (#98) and you will find Ryan McLennan there. Look a couple magazines over on the rack and Hi-Fructose, a magazine of New Contemporary Art,

/ No comments

InSight: Ryan McLennan

Take a look at the latest issue of New American Paintings: 40 Artists on the Rise (#98) and you will find Ryan McLennan there. Look a couple magazines over on the rack and Hi-Fructose, a magazine of New Contemporary Art,

/ No comments

InSight: Michael Lease

Right now Randolph-Macon College’s Flippo Gallery is hosting an exhibition of photographs from Michael Lease, Send Me the Pillow that You Dream On. Lease creates within a realm of vernacular photography and collaboration. He says himself, “I am concerned with

/ No comments

InSight: Michael Lease

Right now Randolph-Macon College’s Flippo Gallery is hosting an exhibition of photographs from Michael Lease, Send Me the Pillow that You Dream On. Lease creates within a realm of vernacular photography and collaboration. He says himself, “I am concerned with

/ No comments

InSight: Quail Bell Magazine

Richmond has a rising star for arts, literature, and culture coverage: Quail Bell Magazine. The mag is online but also features an in-the-flesh print version called Quail Bell Express. Their line-up of editors, writers, art directors and social media gurus

/ No comments

InSight: Quail Bell Magazine

Richmond has a rising star for arts, literature, and culture coverage: Quail Bell Magazine. The mag is online but also features an in-the-flesh print version called Quail Bell Express. Their line-up of editors, writers, art directors and social media gurus

/ No comments

InSight: Joan Snyder at UR

  Dancing in the Dark: Joan Snyder Prints 1963-2010 is on view now through April at the Harnett Museum of Art at the Modlin Center for the Arts, University of Richmond. This exhibition should not be missed, especially if you

/ No comments

InSight: Joan Snyder at UR

  Dancing in the Dark: Joan Snyder Prints 1963-2010 is on view now through April at the Harnett Museum of Art at the Modlin Center for the Arts, University of Richmond. This exhibition should not be missed, especially if you

/ No comments

Richmond Ballet In Focus

Richmond Ballet is performing the lovestruck comic ballet, Coppélia (The Girl with the Enamel Eyes), for Valentine’s weekend, February 10-12, at Carpenter Theatre. Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate and Ballet Master Malcolm Burn, celebrating his 25th season with the organization, will

/ No comments

Richmond Ballet In Focus

Richmond Ballet is performing the lovestruck comic ballet, Coppélia (The Girl with the Enamel Eyes), for Valentine’s weekend, February 10-12, at Carpenter Theatre. Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate and Ballet Master Malcolm Burn, celebrating his 25th season with the organization, will

/ No comments

InSight: Gita Lenz

Gita Lenz Richmond-based Candela Books debuted last year with the fine art photography book, Gita Lenz. An early RAR review of the monograph can be found here: Finding Gita Lenz. On Friday, February 3rd, 5-9pm, Candela Books + Gallery will

/ No comments

InSight: Gita Lenz

Gita Lenz Richmond-based Candela Books debuted last year with the fine art photography book, Gita Lenz. An early RAR review of the monograph can be found here: Finding Gita Lenz. On Friday, February 3rd, 5-9pm, Candela Books + Gallery will

/ No comments

InSight: Sean Mahan

“Invisible Weight” Gallery 5 is hosting an exhibition of paintings by Sean Mahan now through Feb 18. The figurative paintings are “graphite renderings on oak and birch, colored with thin washes of acrylic.” And while the artist sites the influence of

/ No comments

InSight: Sean Mahan

“Invisible Weight” Gallery 5 is hosting an exhibition of paintings by Sean Mahan now through Feb 18. The figurative paintings are “graphite renderings on oak and birch, colored with thin washes of acrylic.” And while the artist sites the influence of

/ No comments

InSight: ACE Ensemble

The Atlantic Chamber Ensemble is a newly-formed group based in Richmond comprised of young professional musicians from the Richmond Symphony and the faculty of VCU, William and Mary, and University of Richmond. They intend to record and tour nationally, but

/ No comments

InSight: ACE Ensemble

The Atlantic Chamber Ensemble is a newly-formed group based in Richmond comprised of young professional musicians from the Richmond Symphony and the faculty of VCU, William and Mary, and University of Richmond. They intend to record and tour nationally, but

/ No comments