In Charlottesville, at Second Street Gallery, This is the final week for Sonya Clark’s exhibition, Bitter, Sweet, and Tender. This new body of work by Richmond artist Sonya Clark is comprised of photography, currency, sculpture and textiles that engage auto-ethnographical research on Clark’s various lineages—materially and genealogically.
In Richmond, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts presents Faberge in Bloom. The exhibition opens this Wednesday from 7-10pm in Marble Hall. The museum wide exhibition of floral designs was inspired by works in the VMFA collection.
In Lexington, Washington and Lee celebrates the Staniar Gallery’s 10th anniversary with Decade, a group exhibition featuring recent works by Studio Art Faculty and Washington and Lee alumni who studied art in Wilson Hall and in the Staniar Gallery. The reception is this Saturday at 4pm in Lykes Atrium, in Wilson Hall.
This is Beryl Solla, Chair of PVCC’s Art Department. Culture Connection is a service of Hear Together on WNRN. If you have an interesting event coming up in the next month or so, send me an email at Culture@wnrn.org and let me share your WNRN culture Connection.