With a shovel of dirt and a splatter of paint Virginia Commonwealth University’s future Institute for Contemporary Art has officially marked its territory on West Broad Street.
The century-old Heart of Virginia Council will soon launch a capital campaign for a new home at the Stony Point Office Park.
Monumental Church – built on the site of a tragic, 1811 theater fire that killed at least 72 people – is marking its 200th anniversary this year and is in the midst of renovations to enhance and restore the historic structure.
First the hammers, backhoes and hardhats, and then the art, theater and music. Institute for Contemporary Art slated for completion in 2016.
As Children’s Museum of Richmond has opened its third branch, its blueprint for expansion has caught the eye of other organizations.
Virginia Commonwealth University’s art department is pulling into a former West Broad Street trolley station.
VCU Health System announced this week that it is absorbing Community Memorial Healthcenter in South Hill, Va., and will make a major investment to upgrade the facility.
Richmond’s Child Advocacy Center, which helps abused children, is moving to 101 E. Grace St. It will be next door to Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) which runs the CAC.
After a seven-figure upgrade, a local museum has trips to the moon at $9 a pop.
There was a lot of clowning around at a local nonprofit’s groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday.