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Virginia Nonprofits Bring Theater To Life For Visually Impaired

In Central Virginia, a new partnership is providing increased access to the performing arts for people with vision impairments and blindness. The non-profit Virginia Voice and the Virginia Repertory Theater are now offering performances with Live Audio Description. On this edition of WCVE’s Virginia Currents Radio, Catherine Komp brings you to a recent Mary Poppins show, where guests went on a pre-show tactile tour and enjoyed a live play-by-play of the visual elements of the perfomance. 

Nuestras Historias Exhibit Documents and Celebrates Richmond’s Latino Residents

The Valentine museum's exhibit, Nuestras Historias: Latinos in Richmond, highlights the diverse identities, cultures and contributions of immigrants in the city. The project includes photographs, personal objects and audio recordings of dozens of residents about their journeys, their passions and their experiences in the Richmond. WCVE’s Catherine Komp has more for Virginia Currents.

New Virginia Film Festival Spotlights Native American Cinema

There are more than a dozen film festivals in Central Virginia, and this month a new one debuts. Pocahontas Reframed: The Native American Storytellers Film Festival features historic and contemporary films, and will bring American Indian artists and actors to Richmond. WCVE’s Catherine Komp has more for Virginia Currents.

In Richmond, International and Local Artists Examine Past, Present and Future of Islamic Art

Artists and scholars from around the world are in Richmond for the 7th Symposium on Islamic Art. To complement the gathering, VCU’s Anderson Gallery is highlighting the work of international and local Muslim artists in an exhibit titled "The Things I Could Tell..." WCVE’s Catherine Komp has more for Virginia Currents.

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