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a non-profit gallery for the visual and performing arts

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2101 Maywill St., Richmond, VA 23230
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April 1 - April 30, 2021

Artspace Members at Virginia Eye Institute

This exhibition includes work in a variety of media by eleven of our artist members including: Susanne K. Arnold, Santa Sergio De Haven, Alice Anne Ellis, Steve Ferretti, Jeffery Leving, Lisa Lezell Levine, Michelle McGrath, Carol Meese, Chris Rudasill, Ed Tepper, and Paul Terrell.


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Artspace is proud to be a partner of the BLM RVA ART 2021 exhibition, beginning on February 1, 2021. Full details for how to access the exhibition are provided here.

BLM RVA ART 2021 includes 130+ works from 80+ artists. The mission of the show is to gather the community together to combat institutional racism, to champion racial justice, to promote spaces for the black imagination and to celebrate black joy. The artwork will be displayed in six online galleries: Injustice in America, The Black Pastoral, Inspiration and Aspiration, Black Identity, In Memoriam, Black Lives Matter - Uncategorized. There is also an Emerging Voices category for artists under the age of 18. Guest curators, Emily Smith and Francis Thompson, have selected a work from each of the six themes that most exemplify the spirit of that category.

Artspace is proud to be one of more than a dozen partner organizations (galleries, business, schools, etc.) who have helped spread information about the call for entries and are also sharing information about the online exhibition and the opening event. This exhibition link will remain live for a year and each month there will be an event released on the first Friday via the BLM RVA ART 2021 website. The first Friday event in March will feature interviews with the guest curators and artists. Check the BLM RVA ART exhibition website for future programming.


We made it!!

100% of our goal has been reached!

Thank you all so much for your generosity during our $10,000 fundraising challenge. We've met and exceeded our goal on New Year's Eve! We'll keep you informed on our progress as we finalize our plans for a new gallery space. Artspace wishes you a very happy new year!


32nd Anniversary

Artspace's 32nd Anniversary Celebration

Enjoy the videos posted December 15, 2020 on Facebook


Teaser for Richmond Magazine Dec 2020 article

Check out the December, 2020 issue of Richmond magazine, for an update on Artspace's plans for the future!

Art Movement/After 15 years in Manchester, Artspace looks for its next home

By Harry Kollatz Jr., Richmond Magazine
Note: It's actually been 16 years!


Artspace receives CultureWorks Relief Fund Grant

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Artspace is pleased to announce that the gallery was selected to receive a CultureWorks Relief Fund grant from the CultureWorks Grant Program. The grants from the CultureWorks Relief Fund for arts and culture organizations were made possible through the generous support of the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond and the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation. CultureWorks is honored to offer these investments that contribute directly to recovery initiatives by arts and culture organizations.




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