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Madcap Puppets – Jack and the Gentle Giant

06/24/2022 to 06/25/2022

Children's Theatre-in-the-Woods 1551 Trap Road, Vienna, VA 22182

Jack is back in this sequel to the famous fairy tale! Jack's son, Leo, doesn't want to be a giant conqueror. He'd rather tell giant stories with his friend Tulip, the castle fairy. In this surprise-packed performance, audiences enter a world of towering tales where each giant is bigger than the last! Website: www.wolftrap.org/woods. Box office phone number: (703)255-1868. Price: $12 (Groups of 10+ save 10%; Groups of 50+ save 20%). Website/Social Media Links: www.wolftrap.org/woods. Instagram: @wolf_trap. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WolfTrapOfficialPage. Twitter: @Wolf_Trap

Radius250 Biennial Juried Regional Exhibition at Artspace

06/24/2022 to 07/16/2022

2833-A Hathaway Road, Richmond, VA 23220

Radius 250 showcases the sweeping talent of fine artists living within the orbit of Richmond, VA. The boundary encompasses a wide range of gifted artists whose work demonstrates the collective creative genius in our region. Artspace presents Radius 250 2022, the 9th installment of its biennial regional juried exhibition. The opening, scheduled for Friday, June 24, 2022, 6-9pm, will showcase work by 41 artists selected from a group of 139 entries by juror Andrew Haley, Owner, Haley Fine Art, 42 Main St, Sperryville, VA 22740. The juror’s statement and awards will be presented at 7pm during the opening reception. Artspace began Radius 250 in 2005 to identify and help promote the high caliber and variety of artwork that is created in the Mid-Atlantic region. Work is accepted from artists who live or work within 250 miles of Richmond, VA. The radius purposely excludes New York city in order to focus on parts of the Mid-Atlantic beyond its scope. Every two years, Artspace selects a juror from somewhere within the radius and puts out the call for entries for artists in all media to submit their work for review. Selected Artists: Susanne Arnold, Linda Atkinson, Mike Bily, Jim Black, Susan Brady, Margaret Buchanan, Susan Cary, Laurie Carnohan, Nico Cathcart, Dave Chance, Ann Chenoweth, Sara Clark, Elizabeth Coffey, Jay Denny, Donald Depuydt, Erica Fallin, Michael Fischerkeller, Regula Franz, Sallie Grant, Lou Haney, Tim Howeth, Jere Kittle, JoAnn Laboy, Lisa Levine, Nina McDonough, Brittain McJunkin, Joel Moses, Dallas Mosman, Chris Nelson, Cory Oberndorfer, Gwen Parker, Carl Patow, Victor Perrotti, Yonghe Ping, Sandhi Schimmel Gold, Priscilla Simpson, Anita Storino, John Tobin, Mary Vivo, Angela Wells, Shaun Whiteside. Facebook Event for Opening Reception: https://fb.me/e/a2M8ZJ3Do. Exhibition Dates: June 24 - July 16, 2022. Opening Reception: Friday, June 24, 6-9pm. Juror’s statement and awards presented: Friday, June 24, 7pm

June – July Exhibits @ Art Works!

06/25/2022 to 07/16/2022

320 Hull St., Richmond, VA 23224

Exhibits June 24 – July 16, 2022: “See 5 new art shows and tour 75 artist studios. Visit us Tuesdays – Sundays 11AM – 5PM. These exhibits continue through July 16, 2022. Admission is free and open to the public.” Summertime exhibits at Art Works are full of variety. Emily Baker, inspired by the rolling landscapes of the Blue Ridge Mountains, presents an exhibit of the tangible and obscure. The Richmond Photography Meet Up Group (RPMG) hold their annual photography exhibit and abstract painter, Dan Thompson offers up COVID 2021. Local artists participate in the monthly All Media Show. Recent Works by Emily Baker: Emily Baker, inspired by Virginia's lush natural landscape, presents an exhibit that explores the tangible and obscure. Her paintings offer a meditative outlet for reflection on the environmental elements that make up the earth as a whole creating a visualization of the interconnective energy within our natural landscape. Richmond Photography Meet Up Group Annual Photography Show: RPMG is an active social photography group. They meet up at various location in the Richmond area to photograph and offer feedback on their work. For this exhibit, they are curating the photography to showcase the very best work by their members. COVID 2021 by Dan Thompson: As a musician Dan Thompson brings the movement and color of the musical score to his abstract paintings. He describes the artwork in this exhibit as COVID chaos. June 2022 ALL MEDIA ART SHOW: This exhibit is a focal point of all Art Works’ openings. It is a juried show with cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. The show is open to all artists and all mediums. There is no theme for this exhibit, anything goes, any medium. The juror will be Sally Bowring. Call for entries is May 27, 2022 – June 14, 2022. Submit your entries through our online form. Check our website for details on submitting your artwork

Her, Across the River Performance

06/25/2022 to 06/25/2022

120 W North Ave, Baltimore , MD 21201

An American woman on an escape from reality in Bangkok befriends a novice Buddhist monk. As they work through their wounds together, their lost loved ones journey on in the spirit world, all trying to achieve some level of peace and maybe even enlightenment. Told thru movement in a magical realism frame, this play explores the journey from grief to the start of healing. CJay Philip directs this important world premiere. Tickets Here: https://motorhousebaltimore.com/event/rapid-lemon-productions-presents-across-river-hope-villanueva-world-premiere/all/

Pride in the Plaza

06/26/2022 to 06/26/2022

1 Veteran’s Place, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Come out and show your pride in Veterans Plaza for a fun, all-day festival celebrating LGBTQ+ community, health, well-being, and joy! The festival is free for everyone. Check out local LGBTQ+ artists, businesses and supportive nonprofits, get free HIV testing, and don’t miss our headline events!

Her, Across the River Performance

06/26/2022 to 06/26/2022

120 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201

An American woman on an escape from reality in Bangkok befriends a novice Buddhist monk. As they work through their wounds together, their lost loved ones journey on in the spirit world, all trying to achieve some level of peace and maybe even enlightenment. Told thru movement in a magical realism frame, this play explores the journey from grief to the start of healing. CJay Philip directs this important world premiere. Tickets Here: https://motorhousebaltimore.com/event/rapid-lemon-productions-presents-across-river-hope-villanueva-world-premiere/all/