Virginia Living Event Calendar

VTCSOM Summer Art Exhibition: “Sons of the Village: The Art of Fatherhood”

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

New art show celebrates fatherhood at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. Fletcher Nichols, a fixture in the Roanoke arts scene and self-proclaimed “Encourager of the Human Spirit,” has curated the newest art exhibit at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM). Nichols’ vision for celebrating meaningful, mentoring relationships between men – those who came […]

“Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri” at the VMFA

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

In Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts presents a suite of 31 works—in watercolor, pencil, ink, crayon, and collage—that the artist completed in 1956 and gathered in a portfolio titled Drawings from Africa. 

“Gardens of Glass: The Art of Craig Mitchell Smith” at the MSV

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

Explore the seven-acre MSV gardens and marvel at 30 larger-than-life glass sculptures of flowers, insects, and more! This stunning outdoor exhibition showcases the work of Craig Mitchell Smith, one of America’s most innovative kiln-glass artists. Highlights of Gardens of Glass include a chandelier of 600 autumn-colored glass leaves suspended from a maple tree, a 16-foot-tall […]

“Julia Child: A Recipe For Life” at the VMHC

Virginia Museum of History and Culture

About the Exhibition: Julia Child’s insatiable curiosity and tenacious spirit drove her to endlessly try, test, prove and communicate how to make delicious food. Learning to cook empowered Julia and she in turn empowered others, profoundly transforming American cuisine and food culture. Julia Child: A Recipe for Life explores the key ingredients that led to Julia’s personal evolution […]

Heather Beardsley’s “Tell the Bees” at Virginia MOCA

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art

Heather Beardsley’s Tell the Bees is an art exhibit focused on sustainability and the importance of bees. Concerned about the decline in biodiversity, Beardsley created bee hotels from local materials to support native pollinators. The main feature is an interactive sculpture called Conversations with Bees. Visitors can speak into a microphone, sending messages to bees […]

VTCSOM Summer Art Exhibition: “Sons of the Village: The Art of Fatherhood”

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

New art show celebrates fatherhood at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. Fletcher Nichols, a fixture in the Roanoke arts scene and self-proclaimed “Encourager of the Human Spirit,” has curated the newest art exhibit at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM). Nichols’ vision for celebrating meaningful, mentoring relationships between men – those who came […]

Yorktown’s Fun in the Sun Market

Riverwalk Landing

Slather on some sunscreen, slip into your swimsuits, and slide on your flip-flops because it’s time to make waves at Riverwalk Landing! Join us from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, July 13, for a sun-sational event – the Fun in the Sun Market. This Yorktown Market Days’ special-themed market is shore to have […]

“Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri” at the VMFA

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

In Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts presents a suite of 31 works—in watercolor, pencil, ink, crayon, and collage—that the artist completed in 1956 and gathered in a portfolio titled Drawings from Africa. 

“Gardens of Glass: The Art of Craig Mitchell Smith” at the MSV

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

Explore the seven-acre MSV gardens and marvel at 30 larger-than-life glass sculptures of flowers, insects, and more! This stunning outdoor exhibition showcases the work of Craig Mitchell Smith, one of America’s most innovative kiln-glass artists. Highlights of Gardens of Glass include a chandelier of 600 autumn-colored glass leaves suspended from a maple tree, a 16-foot-tall […]

“Julia Child: A Recipe For Life” at the VMHC

Virginia Museum of History and Culture

About the Exhibition: Julia Child’s insatiable curiosity and tenacious spirit drove her to endlessly try, test, prove and communicate how to make delicious food. Learning to cook empowered Julia and she in turn empowered others, profoundly transforming American cuisine and food culture. Julia Child: A Recipe for Life explores the key ingredients that led to Julia’s personal evolution […]

Heather Beardsley’s “Tell the Bees” at Virginia MOCA

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art

Heather Beardsley’s Tell the Bees is an art exhibit focused on sustainability and the importance of bees. Concerned about the decline in biodiversity, Beardsley created bee hotels from local materials to support native pollinators. The main feature is an interactive sculpture called Conversations with Bees. Visitors can speak into a microphone, sending messages to bees […]

Star Gazing and Laser Nights

Virginia Living Museum

The Virginia Living Museum offers free stargazing beginning at sunset on the second Saturday of every month. Stargazing is weather dependent. Several telescopes are set up on the grounds and staff astronomers are available to help visitors identi…

VTCSOM Summer Art Exhibition: “Sons of the Village: The Art of Fatherhood”

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

New art show celebrates fatherhood at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. Fletcher Nichols, a fixture in the Roanoke arts scene and self-proclaimed “Encourager of the Human Spirit,” has curated the newest art exhibit at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM). Nichols’ vision for celebrating meaningful, mentoring relationships between men – those who came […]

“Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri” at the VMFA

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

In Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts presents a suite of 31 works—in watercolor, pencil, ink, crayon, and collage—that the artist completed in 1956 and gathered in a portfolio titled Drawings from Africa. 

“Gardens of Glass: The Art of Craig Mitchell Smith” at the MSV

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

Explore the seven-acre MSV gardens and marvel at 30 larger-than-life glass sculptures of flowers, insects, and more! This stunning outdoor exhibition showcases the work of Craig Mitchell Smith, one of America’s most innovative kiln-glass artists. Highlights of Gardens of Glass include a chandelier of 600 autumn-colored glass leaves suspended from a maple tree, a 16-foot-tall […]

“Julia Child: A Recipe For Life” at the VMHC

Virginia Museum of History and Culture

About the Exhibition: Julia Child’s insatiable curiosity and tenacious spirit drove her to endlessly try, test, prove and communicate how to make delicious food. Learning to cook empowered Julia and she in turn empowered others, profoundly transforming American cuisine and food culture. Julia Child: A Recipe for Life explores the key ingredients that led to Julia’s personal evolution […]

Heather Beardsley’s “Tell the Bees” at Virginia MOCA

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art

Heather Beardsley’s Tell the Bees is an art exhibit focused on sustainability and the importance of bees. Concerned about the decline in biodiversity, Beardsley created bee hotels from local materials to support native pollinators. The main feature is an interactive sculpture called Conversations with Bees. Visitors can speak into a microphone, sending messages to bees […]

King Family Vineyards Polo Season

King Family Vineyards

Located at the family’s highly-acclaimed King Family Vineyards, The Roseland Polo Club holds matches with open admission each Sunday from June through mid-October. Each weekly match draws several hundred spectators to the polo field. Sunday polo …

VTCSOM Summer Art Exhibition: “Sons of the Village: The Art of Fatherhood”

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

New art show celebrates fatherhood at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. Fletcher Nichols, a fixture in the Roanoke arts scene and self-proclaimed “Encourager of the Human Spirit,” has curated the newest art exhibit at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTCSOM). Nichols’ vision for celebrating meaningful, mentoring relationships between men – those who came […]

“Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri” at the VMFA

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

In Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts presents a suite of 31 works—in watercolor, pencil, ink, crayon, and collage—that the artist completed in 1956 and gathered in a portfolio titled Drawings from Africa. 

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July 12, 2024

VTCSOM Summer Art Exhibition: “Sons of the Village: The Art of Fatherhood”

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
July 12, 2024

“Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri” at the VMFA

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
July 12, 2024

“Gardens of Glass: The Art of Craig Mitchell Smith” at the MSV

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley