Posts Tagged: Community Engagement

Radical Listening

Community Conversations with the Institute for Contemporary Art Maggie Walker Governor’s School — 3rd Floor Forum Wednesday, May 31, 5:30-7pm We want to hear about your hopes and dreams for what the Institute for Contemporary Art — ICA for short — can do to be a convener and catalyst for VCU, Richmond and beyond. Join… Read more »

Radical Listening

Community Conversations with the Institute for Contemporary Art VCUarts Depot Building, 814 W Broad Street Monday, May 22, 5:30-7pm We want to hear about your hopes and dreams for what the Institute for Contemporary Art — ICA for short — can do to be a convener and catalyst for VCU, Richmond and beyond. Join us… Read more »

Radical Listening

Community Conversations with the Institute for Contemporary Art VCUarts Depot Building, 814 W Broad Street Thursday, May 18, 5:30-7pm We want to hear about your hopes and dreams for what the Institute for Contemporary Art — ICA for short — can do to be a convener and catalyst for VCU, Richmond and beyond. Join us… Read more »

Radical Listening

Community Conversations with the Institute for Contemporary Art Richmond Public Library – Main Branch, Gellman Room Thursday, May 11, 5:30-7pm We want to hear about your hopes and dreams for what the Institute for Contemporary Art — ICA for short — can do to be a convener and catalyst for VCU, Richmond and beyond. Join… Read more »

Radical Listening

Community Conversations with the Institute for Contemporary Art Richmond Public Library – Main Branch, Auditorium Monday, April 24, 5:30-7pm We want to hear about your hopes and dreams for what the Institute for Contemporary Art — ICA for short — can do to be a convener and catalyst for VCU, Richmond and beyond. Join us… Read more »

Part 1: Chartres Cathedral and the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU, Henrico Students Compare Gothic to Contemporary

“Gothic cathedrals immediately popped into my mind when I saw the ICA’s video, Richmond’s Missing Piece,” says Rebecca Field, Art and Art History Teacher at Douglas Freeman High School in Henrico County. “I teach a lot about far away places so I’m often looking for things happening in the community that my students can relate… Read more »