On First Friday, July 1st, OASIS will host a reception for the exhibit titled “ Jewel Yoder Hertzler: Recent Paintings.”
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the months of June and July, is exhibiting the works of Shenandoah Valley Art Center member artists.
John Charles Roach, a retired Naval officer and local artist from Mount Sidney, Va., will exhibit “Selected Works: Drawings and Paintings” at Bridgewater College.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of April, is featuring the artworks of Waynesboro born artist, Marsha Heatwole.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces the opening of the annual Juried Youth Art Show.
The elegant Beverley Street Galleries, located on West Beverley Street in Downtown Staunton, is streaming with amazing artwork from various artists.
During the month of January, the Shenandoah Valley Art Center is exhibiting New Watercolor: A Juried Contemporary Exhibit featuring 18 regional artists.
During the month of December, the Shenandoah Valley Art Center is exhibiting New Watercolor: A Juried Contemporary Exhibit featuring 18 regional artists.
Throughout October Mr. John Russell, St. Anne’s-Belfield School’s kindergarten through third grade art teacher and instructor of grades seven and eight visual arts, will exhibit new work in his first solo show. His encaustic paintings will be displayed at Over the Moon Bookshop and Artisan Gallery in Crozet until the end of the month.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces a new exhibition, Vestiges: recent paintings and monotypes by Frank Hobbs, which opens Friday from 5-7 pm with a gallery talk at 6 pm.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of October, is exhibiting works of art by the Beverley Street Studio School artists – students and instructors.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center in Waynesboro, during the month of September, is exhibiting the sculptures of Bridgewater College’s Professor of Art, Michael Hough.
Michael Hough, associate professor of art, will exhibit “Out of the Boxes” in the Cleo Driver Miller Art Gallery at Bridgewater College Aug. 24 – Sept. 17.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces two new, concurrent exhibitions that run July 6-August 8 in the art galleries of the RR Smith Center for History and Art, 20 S. New Street, in historic Downtown Staunton.
James River Writers is teaming up with Richmond Young Writers and the Girls of Summer to present Writing for Girls. We will discuss what it means to write for girls–both young and not-so-young.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the months of June and July, is exhibiting the works of SVAC member artists, in an exhibition judged by Jennifer Vaughan.
The Augusta County Library is seeking entries for its second annual Festival of Arts. Teens grades 6 to 12 can submit their 2-D or 3-D visual art, poetry or creative writing at any Augusta County Library location by May 16 for inclusion in the event.
In recognition of National Mental Health Month, the Staunton Augusta Art Center announces the opening of a new exhibit, Art: Recovery through the Seasons, works by consumers of mental health services.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces the opening of two new exhibitions on Friday, April 10, 5-7pm in the RR Smith Center for History and Art at 20 S. New Street in historic downtown Staunton.
The Members’ Gallery at the Shenandoah Valley Art Center will present works of photography in the month of April.
There is still room for this Saturday’s art class at the Staunton Augusta Art Center for ages 6-10(ish), 10:30-Noon, in the Smith Center (20 S. New Street in historic Downtown Staunton).
The Valley Playhouse and Court Square Theater present Tina Howe’s Chasing Manet – a dry, witty comedy, an amusing fantasy of two women struggling to adjust to life in a retirement home.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center, in collaboration with Mary Baldwin College students, announces Saturdays-in-March classes for ages 6-10.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of March, is featuring, 40 Under 40. In this third annual show, the art center is highlighting the artwork of young and emerging artists.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces the Opening of the Annual Juried Youth Art Show scheduled for Sunday, March 1, 1-3pm in the art galleries of the RR Smith Center for History and Art, 20 S. New Street in historic downtown Staunton across from the downtown Visitor Center and New Street parking garage.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of February, as a tribute to art education, is exhibiting the artwork of the Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School Visual Arts Department, located in Fishersville since 2002.
“Art is what you can get away with,” the late American pop artist Andy Warhol once said. But it also may be what you can give away.
Commonwealth Transportation Board awards $11.1 million contract to improve Rt. 29/Rt. 250 interchange in Charlottesville
The Commonwealth Transportation Board today awarded an $11,121,077.60 contract to Fielder’s Choice Enterprises Inc., of Charlottesville, to construct improvements to the Route 29/Route 250 interchange.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces an unprecedented offering of three concurrent art exhibits which open with a reception Friday evening, January 16, 5-7 p.m. and which will continue through Saturday, February 21.
Your business or nonprofit has news to share. Maybe you’re a self-published author or artist with a new book or exhibit ready to debut. The world needs to know, but how do you go about getting the word out? The writers among us have a built-in advantage here, but not as much as you think.
The Potomac Nationals announced today that the club has signed a new stadium founding partnership with F.H. Furr, a leading plumbing, heating, air conditioning and electrical service company headquartered in Manassas, Virginia.
The Waynesboro Public Schools Foundation has a goal to raise $1 million to benefit students and the educational experiences they receive through the Waynesboro Public School (WPS) system.
Artist Carmen Shenk, formerly chef and co-owner at Jimmy Anderson’s Casual Gourmet has started a new venture in Staunton, Virginia, called geSHENKe, a fine art and live music experience.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of December will present the SVAC Photo Invitational Exhibit 2014 juried by photojournalist Pat Jarrett.
Seminole Trail Volunteer Fire Department officials were joined by Albemarle County officials at a grand opening and dedication ceremony celebrating the completion of the new station.
The VCU Brandcenter launches its TECH+ series with TECH+Toys, an open house and exhibit where the school’s master’s degree candidates will demonstrate the relationship between creativity, design and technology by making and sharing toys.
Sen. Tim Kaine remarks on the Senate floor before the vote on a resolution related to the proposed Keystone pipeline.
UVA professor Alon Confino is intrigued with the stories Nazis told themselves to justify mass extermination.
The powerful effects of habit on health will come to life in the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine’s newest art exhibit, Medical Avatar: The Health Time Machine.
Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design, part of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies, has once again earned high marks in national rankings.
To say that I was looking forward to Dumb and Dumber To would be to understate things greatly. I ended up rearranging my schedule for the week to make sure that I got to see the movie the first weekend.
Painting, collages, and photography will be offered at a silent art auction hosted by the visual and communication arts department at EMU.
The first project in the Route 29 Solutions package advanced toward construction Monday. VDOT advertised for construction bids to improve the Route 29/250 interchange in Charlottesville.
The Big Elf is checking his list right about now, so ’tis the season for the Staunton Augusta Art Center Art for Gifts!
When fall colors and mountain vistas beckon to visitors, it can make for a magical and profitable combination for farmers. Agritourism can add as much as $24,000 to a farm’s bottom line in a year.
Author and philosopher Marietta McCarty joins Carrie Contey PhD in the Parenting Now symposium series.
When it comes to homeowners insurance, consumers generally consider the value of their home, but many fail to consider all of their valuable possessions inside.