Tina Pearlman



 The Library of Virginia

@ 800 East Broad Street

Richmond, VA  23219

5:30PM TO 8:00PM

Logos Final

In partnership with the i.e.* initiative, the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar, the Library of Virginia, the Valentine Richmond History Center, Fraser Design Associates and Floricane present: RIC/RVA - 400 years of Revolution, Innovation, and Change in #RVA.

Presented in four separate events, beginning March 14th, RIC/RVA will introduce participants to a whole new way of looking at Richmond; past, present, and future. From the River City's earliest drug lords to a celebration of our current creative renaissance, this event series will be part education, part creative engagement, and 100% entertaining!
S I G N S   O F   T H E   T I M E S 

Hosted by the Library of Virginia, participants will be led through an exploration of the varied and oft untouched parts of Richmond's 400 year history; from the well known to the never heard of.  Attendees will then divide into groups, and with the help of nine local creative advertising gurus will develop visual propaganda celebrating moments of transformation
and change in #RVA.
RIC RVA Ninth St Bridge


      Forest Hill amusement park photo and Ninth Street bridge construction photo courtesy of       Valentine Richmond History Center.  Sidebar photo courtesy of Library of Virginia.