Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection
Visit the only museum of Australian aboriginal art in the United States for a guided tour. No reservation required.
Anne Slaughter has been a familiar presence on the Charlottesville art scene for many years, her oeuvre being most notable for its heavily worked surfaces. Slaughter spends enormous effort on these, building them up with layers of pigment, “Many, many layers,” she emphasized. She’s constantly tinkering, applying paint and then sanding it down, reapplying paint […]
Despite running through the theme songs from Rosemary’s Baby, Cinema Paradisio, and l’Amour des Moules (a documentary about mussels) in its first meeting, the modern jazz trio Oliver’s Cinema has no connection to the movie industry. The band’s moniker came courtesy of an anagram brainstorm by founder and feisty trumpeter Eric Vloeimans (it’s his name), […]
There was a lot of excitement in the Rio Road offices of Tucker Griffin Barnes on Monday, October 6. One of the firm’s partners, André Hakes, rushed out of the office at the news that the U.S. Supreme Court had denied the appeals of parties looking to uphold gay marriage bans in Virginia and elsewhere. […]
Home equity loans can provide beneficial cash resource for homeowners considering home improvements such as additions, remodeling, modifications for a disabled person, or major appliance replacements. Other big-ticket items might be education expenses, paying closing costs to refinance a mortgage, or consolidating existing high-interest-rate loans such as credit card debts. Paying off expensive debts with […]
On Friday, October 17, family members of several missing young women in Central Virginia marked the fifth anniversary of Morgan Harrington’s disappearance with a prayer that UVA student Hannah Graham would be found and that her parents, John and Sue Graham, would find some comfort in knowing what happened to their daughter after she vanished […]
Click below to see the official guide to the 2014 Virginia Film Festival.
If the short but sweet “Om” just doesn’t do it for you, try tapping into your innate creativity with koans. Local meditation group 16 Bodhisattvas share stories designed to open the heart in the traditional Pacific Zen lineage. No robes or secret handshakes necessary. Monday 10/20. Free, 6pm. JMRL Central Library, 201 E. Market St. […]