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Artsline - Cultural Calendar

Artsline, WCVE Public Radio’s daily cultural calendar, keeps you posted on the art and cultural events in our listening areas. Artsline can be heard on WCVE Public Radio Monday through Friday at 8:19 a.m., 10:58 a.m., and 6:29 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday at 8:58 a.m. Events on Artsline are either free to the public or benefit registered non-profit organizations. Artsline is made possible, in part, by The Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond.
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Monday, October 27th

1:00pm
Art Forum - Japanese Aesthetics -Speaker: Amanda Dall Villa Adams
Rappahannock Art League
19 N. Main Street
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
There will be a discussion of Jun'ichiro Tanizaki's major ideas concerning Eastern Aesthetics.
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6:00pm
Paging Through My Sketchbook
Camp Concert Hall
University of Richmond
richmond, VA 23173
Lecture by Mary Fisher, artist and juror of the exhibition "The 2014 Harnett Biennial of American Prints." Reception to follow.
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7:00pm
"Why Isn't Anne of Cleves Ugly?"
Old Chapel, Room 212
110 College Avenue
Ashland, VA 23005
A lecture and film will explore female beauty. This is part of R-MC's Women's Studies lecture series.
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7:00pm
Oberon String Quartet Fall Concert
St Catherine's School, Bannard Chapel
6001 Grove Avenue
Richmond, VA 23226
The Oberon Quartet concert is part of the "Daniel Pearl World Music Days" initiative. Music by Kats-Chernin, Berger, Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn.
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7:30pm
Austro-Hungarian Waltz - Chamber Music Society of Central Virginia
Bon Air Presbyterian Church
9201 W Huguenot Road
Richmond, VA 23235
The Chamber Music Society opens its 10th season with musical classics from the 18th and 19th century Vienna.
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7:30pm
Austro-Hungarian Waltz
Bon Air Presbyterian Church
9201 W. Huguenot Rd.
Richmond, VA 23235
Chamber Music Society of Central Virginia opens its tenth anniversary season with Austro-Hungarian Waltz, a celebration of Viennese music and dance.
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Tuesday, October 28th

9:00am
Yoga in the Garden
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenue
Richmond, VA 23228
Learn yoga’s calming rhythms of breathing, movement, and posture in a tranquil Garden setting. Six-week session 9-10:30am $147/$75 members
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10:00am
Ceramic Box Making - Instructor Ed Ramsey
Rappahannock Art League
19 N. Main Street
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Student will make paper patterns to use for cutting pieces for their box out of clay slabs. Style and surfaces may vary. Call 436-9309 to register.
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10:30am
Library of Virginia Tours
Library of Virginia
800 East Broad St.
Richmond, VA 23219
In honor of Archives Month, take a free morning or afternoon tour of the archives at the Library. Tours are limited to 20 people per tour. Call 804-692-3001.
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6:30pm
Working with Silver Metal Clay with Jan Dobrowolski
Rappahannock Art League
19 N. Main Street
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Learn techniques for making easy, free form jewelry with silver metal clay. Call Studio Gallery 436-9309 to register!
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7:00pm
Revolutionary War Lecture: “The Loyalist/Patriot Divide Among the Merchant Elite in Marblehead, Massachusetts,” by Judy Anderson, social, architectural and cultural historian.
Yorktown Victory Center
200 Water Street
Yorktown, VA 23690
Third in a series of Revolutionary War lectures at the Yorktown Victory Center.
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7:00pm
"Mary Magdalene, The Da Vinci Code, and History"
Brock Commons, Dollar Tree Community Room
Brock Commons
304 Henry St.
Ashland, VA 23005
A comparison of the scriptural Mary and her many artistic and mythological manifestations. Lecture and film.
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8:00pm
An American Séance
The American Civil War Center
500 Tredegar St.
Richmond, VA 23219
Participate in a dramatization of a Victorian séance that provides a fun and spooky experience while exploring how individuals coped with death after the War.
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Wednesday, October 29th

8:00pm
An American Séance
The American Civil War Center
500 Tredegar St.
Richmond, VA 23219
Participate in a dramatization of a Victorian séance that provides a fun and spooky experience while exploring how individuals coped with death after the War.
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Thursday, October 30th

9:30am
Intermediate Watercolor for Botanical Artists
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenue
Richmond, VA 23228
Create more vibrant and accurate paintings by learning more about the colors in your paint box. 4 sessions: 9:30am-3:30pm $218/$170 member.
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9:45am
A Limited History of sport
First Presbyterian Church
4602 Cary Street at Lock Lane
Richmond, VA 23226
Tony Pelling presents an explanation during one session of the "Special Topics" series, Open University.
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10:00am
Draw & Sculpt the Skull - Instructor Nana Gail Lauer
Rappahannock Art League
19 N Main Street
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Review anatomy of the skull, draw the skull, and then end with a quick abstract sculpture of the skull. Call 804-436-9309 to register!
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5:00pm
House Lantern Workshop at the Virginia Center for Architecture
The Virginia Center for Architecture
2501 Monument Avenue
Richmond, VA 23220
Create a paper lantern shaped like a dwelling designed by artist Matt Lively. Open to all ages and skill levels.
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5:30pm
Design 2014: A Retrospective of Winning Work
Virginia Center for Architecture
2501 Monument Avenue
Richmond, VA 23220
See the mid-Atlantic’s finest examples of architecture, interior design and preservation projects from 2014 in the seventh annual exhibition.
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6:00pm
Robins Executive Speaker Series with Carol Smith of Harper's BAZAAR
University of Richmond's Robins School of Business
1 Gateway Road
Richmond, VA 23173
Please join us for Robins Executive Speaker Series ft. Carol Smith, VP, Publisher and Chief Revenue Officer of Harper's BAZAAR.
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