Tina Pearlman



Library of Virginia

@ 500 East Broad Street,

Richmond, VA 23219

5:30PM TO 8:00PM

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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!

A  N E W  S T O R Y

  Welcome to the screening of your Richmond story! Once again we'll enjoy the warm embrace of The Library of Virginia, as we'll watch films you helped create. With the crowd-sourced ideas you've provided during the first three sessions, we're inviting you and the rest of #RVA to capture YOUR RICHMOND STORY in three minutes of video (as raw or produced as you want) – and to submit your video to josh@floricane.com for consideration for our April 25 showing.
We'll have the 7 amazing posters you helped design in Session 1, as well as the crowd-sourced map from Session 2, on display. We'll have refreshments. And we'll start the evening with an informal chat with our history hosts – Bill Martin from the Valentine Richmond History Center; Christy Coleman from the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar; and Gregg Kimball from the Library of Virginia.
We'll close the evening with a screening of your videos, and some discussion with you!
It's free, and we have room for several hundred of your best friends! Spread the word, hummingbird!
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    Forest Hill amusement park photo and students at Kennedy High School photo courtesy of Valentine Richmond History Center.  Sidebar photo courtesy of the Library of Virginia.