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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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Friday, February 13th

8:00pm
This World We Know *World Premiere*
Firehouse Theatre
1609 W Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220
This World We Know tells the story of the lives of an estranged brother and sister with their younger selves.
more info
8:00pm
Those Harvey Girls
Swift Creek Mill Theatre
17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Colonial Heights, VA 23831
The Harvey sisters bring their rare gift of singing to stage that transcend gender, race, and religion.
more info
8:00pm
The Whipping Man
The November Theatre
114 W. Broad St.
Richmo, VA 23220
The Civil War has just ended in Richmond, VA, and a Confederate officer comes home to find his family missing and only two former slaves remaining.
more info

Saturday, February 14th

9:00am
Printing from Plants Series: Solar Printing
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenue
Richmond, VA 23228
Use the power of the sun to create striking images of plants, seed pods, and other materials from the Garden. 9am-12pm. $57 / $45 member
more info
9:30am
Landscapes in Fiber
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenue
Richmond, VA 23228
Learn the tools and techniques of wet felting and create a beautiful, three-dimensional landscape using attractive colored wools. 9:30am-1:30pm $104/$80member
more info
7:00pm
History of House and Tree-Exhibition and Sale of works by Melissa Burgess
The Gallery@Nest Antiques Art & Gifts
3404 Semmes Avenue
Richmond, VA 23225
Melissa Burgess returns to Nest with her unique style of painting featuring local “landmarks”-the buildings and their surroundings-the Houses and Trees.
more info
10:00am
New Exhibit -"Touch of Red"
Rappahannock Art Gallery
19 N. Main Street
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
RAL members will submit original works of art with a "Touch of Red". Gallery is open Tues-Sat. 10am-4pm
more info
2:00pm
The Maggie Walker Story
Virginia Rep's Children's Theatre
1601 W. Broad St
Richmond, VA 23230
A tribute to Maggie Walker who helped establish and organize the first civil rights strike by black students.
more info
2:00pm
In and Out of Love in the Renaissance and Baroque
Richmond Public Library
101 E. Franklin Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Jefferson Baroque, Richmond's period instrument ensemble, presents a concert with a Valentine's Day bouquet of amorous music from the 16-18th centuries
more info
8:00pm
Those Harvey Girls
Swift Creek Mill Theatre
17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Colonial Heights, VA 23831
The Harvey sisters bring their rare gift of singing to stage that transcend gender, race, and religion.
more info
3:00pm
4th Annual Mardi Gras RVA! Parade & Celebration
Dogtown Dance Theatre
109 W 15th St.
Richmond, VA 23224
Annual Fundraiser for Dogtown Dance Theatre. Visit mardigrasrva.com for more info. Family friendly event!
more info
3:00pm
The Richmond Boys Choir
Chesterfield County Public Library, Central Library
9501 Lori Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832
The Richmond Boys Choir performs a special selection for Chesterfield County's celebration of Black History Month.
more info
8:00pm
Those Harvey Girls
Swift Creek Mill Theatre
17401 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Colonial Heights, VA 23831
The Harvey sisters bring their rare gift of singing to stage that transcend gender, race, and religion.
more info
8:00pm
This World We Know *World Premiere*
Firehouse Theatre
1609 W Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220
This World We Know tells the story of the lives of an estranged brother and sister with their younger selves.
more info
8:00pm
The Whipping Man
The November Theatre
114 W. Broad St.
Richmo, VA 23220
The Civil War has just ended in Richmond, VA, and a Confederate officer comes home to find his family missing and only two former slaves remaining.
more info

Sunday, February 15th

7:00pm
History of House and Tree-Exhibition and Sale of works by Melissa Burgess
The Gallery@Nest Antiques Art & Gifts
3404 Semmes Avenue
Richmond, VA 23225
Melissa Burgess returns to Nest with her unique style of painting featuring local “landmarks”-the buildings and their surroundings-the Houses and Trees.
more info
2:00pm
The Maggie Walker Story
Virginia Rep's Children's Theatre
1601 W. Broad St
Richmond, VA 23230
A tribute to Maggie Walker who helped establish and organize the first civil rights strike by black students.
more info
8:00pm
The Whipping Man
The November Theatre
114 W. Broad St.
Richmo, VA 23220
The Civil War has just ended in Richmond, VA, and a Confederate officer comes home to find his family missing and only two former slaves remaining.
more info
2:00pm
FREE Concert of Music for Weddings & Other Festive Occasions
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Floyd Avenue @ Monroe Park
Richmond, VA 23220
Trumpeter Dr. Michael Davison, Flutist & Vocalist Anthony Smith, Vocalist Michele Orr, & Organist-Pianist Patrick Carlin in a FREE 1-hour concert.
more info
3:00pm
"Conversions" Work by Don Crow
Flippo Gallery at Randolph-Macon College
Pace-Armistead Hall
114 College Avenue
Ashland, VA 23005
Don's work incorporates a variety of media and images on various painted surfaces to create an ambiguous sensory viewing experience.
more info

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