Warren Craghead's latest public art project is one we can all get behind.  Print your own poster via the link below. Courtesy of the artist

Mask force

Beginning August 1, masks will be mandatory in public for Charlottesville and Albemarle County residents. To help get the word out, we are sharing this link to a series of print-at-home posters by local artist Warren Craghead. Remember to wear your mask while you are putting these up around town!

PICK: Chickenhead Blues Band

PICK: Chickenhead Blues Band

Get out to get down: Charlottesville favorite, the Chickenhead Blues Band, is back—live on stage—no logins required! NOLA’s own Aric van Brocklin on guitar, joins Skip Haga on the keyboards, with Granville Mullings on drums, Andy Rowland blowing the sax, and Victor Brown banging on the bass to bring their bad boogie-woogie to an outdoor […]

“Inside” features work by 18 local female-identifying, gender-queer, and non-binary artists in an online exhibition in collaboration with The Gallery at Studio IX. Viewers can attend the show’s online reception on July 23 from 5 to 6:30pm via Zoom. Go to heyfucc.com for more information. Courtesy of the Artists

In and out: Feminist Union of Charlottesville Creatives explore new selves

The acronym for the Feminist Union of Charlottesville Creatives—FUCC—is pronounced exactly like the four-letter word it brings to mind. “FUCC facilitates opportunities for our members to have an outlet for their creative expression,” says mixed-media artist and member Sri Kodakalla, “Especially during times of uncertainty, it can be such an empowering thing to be a […]