Tag Archives: Arts in the Alley

Arts in the Alley at the Arts & Culture Xpo!

4th Annual Arts & Culture Xpo Saturday, June 28th – 10 to 4pm Greater Richmond Convention Center This summer duck the heat to explore booths and activities for every arts- and culture focused nonprofit you can think of with lots of activities for kids and adults — all in the comfort of air-conditioning. Experience live […]

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The people of Arts in the Alley

Tonight, we have our monthly volunteer leader meeting – we try to get together every month with both our admin leaders and our designers – and I’m already looking forward to being inspired by the wonderful people that so generously give of their talents and time to Arts in the Alley. Over the next few […]

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Photos from Common Groundz

Last week’s Arts in Action was a huge success – here are a few pictures to show the transformation of Common Groundz! Thank you to Greg and Wendy Collins of Arts in the Alley for coordinating all the paintings and painters (and painting…. a LOT!), and to Rebecca Holt, Hannah Mayhew, Erika Wenrich, Rebecca Oliver, […]

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Arts in Action: Music & Murals

OK, this blog is getting a late start – I still have a lot of reporting to do on the first Arts in the Alley, and we have another one happening tonight – well, except that this one will not take place in an alley, but instead in a downtown coffee shop – Common Groundz […]

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What is Arts in the Alley?

The Idea is Simple. Take a downtown alley. You know, one of those that runs behind things and tends to collect weeds, and trash, and graffiti. Spend a day cleaning it up (removing weeds, and trash, and graffiti), and the next day throw an arts festival in the same alley, with live music, art on […]

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