Richmond Art Center set to reopen this fall

Spring exhibitions at Richmond Art Center examine climate crisis
Richmond Art Center is located at 2540 Barrett Ave. in Richmond.

By Molly Myman

The Richmond Art Center has announced plans to reopen its galleries to the public starting Thursday, Sept. 9.

The center, located at 2540 Barrett Avenue, will begin its reopening with limited hours – Thursdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. – and plans to expand these hours according to staffing availability and Covid-19 guidelines. Gallery admission is free of charge.

Click here to explore the center’s current online exhibitions, including its newest exhibition, This Land is Me, which features the work of three artists, Saif Senussi Azzuz, Kim Champion, and Emily Van Engel, whose artwork demonstrates the “use [of] abstraction to express ideas related to land care.”

In addition to reopening its gallery and front desk, Richmond Art Center will be reopening its studio for in-person classes at limited capacity (schedule TBA). The center his currently offering online classes via Zoom on weekdays and weekends during both daytime and evening hours. Visit the Art Center’s online class and events calendar for more information on upcoming opportunities.