Tina Pearlman



 Valentine Richmond History Center

@ 1015 East Clay 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!

B U I L T   S P A C E:  
R E - M A P P I N G   O U R   P A S T

Join us on March 28th at the Valentine Richmond History Center, for another evening of historic engagement! Begin your night by exploring the current map of Richmond and make your own mark on the city you call home. Then, learn a bit about the buildings and spaces you're un-familiar with, and discover the telling history of things un-built, and dreams un-realized, in this de-construction of RVA. Take a tour through the Valentine's own collection of sculpted history, and re-map our town to exhibit the modern heart and soul of Richmond, Virginia. Just like every event in the RIC/RVA History Series, this event is completely free, with wine
and light fare available. 

RIC RVA Miss Richmond
                  Forest Hill amusement park and Miss Richmond 1975 photos courtesy of Valentine                                   Richmond History Center.  Sidebar photo courtesy of the Library of Virginia.