A series of large-scale video projections are coming to the Richmond Civic Center, one of 10 art projects recently approved for funding by the Richmond Arts & Culture Commission.
The city released descriptions of the winning art projects that will share $65,000 from the annual Neighborhood Public Art Mini-Grants program.
“Grantees will be doing projects in multi-media, literary arts, performing arts, music and murals while engaging non-artist residents of all ages in the process,” the city said in a statement.
Approved artworks includes a mosaic and mural at Verde Elementary in North Richmond; a mural at the Richmond Police Activities League building; a multi-media project at Richmond High; a barbershop reading program and three exhibits in downtown Richmond. The full list with descriptions follows: