2010_2020 Season Brochure - The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

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WELCOME

Center Season Performances

2nd Stage Concerts

Special Events

Volunteer Opportunities

Order Form

Seating Chart and Subscription Information

Box Office Policies

Gallery Exhibit Schedules

Art Classes and Camps

Facilities Rentals

Outreach: Art for All Ages!

Support The Cultural Arts Center

Gift Shop

Staff Directory

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Dear Friends,

Wow…I am overcome thinking that The Center opened

20 years ago and that I have been privileged to be the

President for half of those years. This position was one

that I really wanted and was delighted to accept. I

believed I could utilize my experience to make a

difference in the success of The Center, but little did I

realize how much of a difference The Cultural Arts

Center would make in me!

I have the honor of working with an incredible team of

people who care about our programs and the facility.

Many of the team have been here much longer than I

and have taught me more than you can ever imagine.

Our Board of Directors is a fantastic group of local

leaders who are very instrumental in guiding our

strategic direction and stand behind us in so many

ways. We all take great pride in this beautiful facility and our exciting programs. We love

trying new ideas to enhance our shows, exhibits, classes and outreach programs. I feel like

one of the legendary Three Musketeers—All for one…and one for all!

Of course, we could not accomplish what we do without the outstanding support of Henrico

County and its insightful leaders. The County demonstrates its true commitment to the

importance of the arts by staging awesome theatrical shows on our stage through the

Henrico Theater Company. This is community theater at its best and we are proud to

showcase their performances. As landowners, the County is a great supporter of our work

and we endeavor to be strong stewards of their confidence by creating a significant impact

throughout Henrico as well as the entire region.

I am incredibly proud of our outreach programs. We take art experiences to those who

would otherwise not be able to benefit from the life-changing benefits of the arts.

Working in after school programs, we help youth envision and hone their creative talents

which, in turn, improves their school performance, teamwork skills and self-esteem. We are

also taking the arts into juvenile detention facilities where the teens channel their energy

into creative visual and performing projects with incredible results for these youth. We also

take the arts into senior communities and work with those who are suffering from

debilitating conditions and memory care issues, but still revel in the joy that art brings into

their lives. Seeing the difference we are making has had a profound effect on me as well as

the staff and leadership at The Center.

And last, but certainly not least, I am enriched every day by you…our patrons. Visiting with

you as you come to shows, exhibits and classes is a wonderful treat. Seeing your smiles of

approval after a show is most rewarding. I truly feel like I have found my place as I spend

time with you at The Center. Thank you for being a part of this wonderful journey. I look

forward to seeing familiar faces again and again this year as well as making new friends who

are just discovering this magical place.

Thank you for all you have brought to us over the past 20 years…and personally to me

for the past 10 years. I am eager to see where we go next!

Most Sincerely,

K Alferio

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CENTER

SEASON

Claim the best seats in the house TODAY

with your 2019-2020 Season Subscription!

Subscription sales begin June 12, 2019.

Join us for an incredible new performance season at The Cultural Arts Center!

Now in its 13th successful year, our Center Season schedule continues to offer exceptional

performances in theatre, music and dance. From fan favorites to exciting new performers

on the Sara Belle November Stage, there’s truly something for everyone!

Starting July 8, 2019 individual tickets may be purchased for any show in any number

or combination of performances at the stated ticket price. Call 804-261-ARTS (2787)

or visit www.artsglenallen.com for more information on this season’s performances!

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3 redneck tenors

wednesday, september 25, 2019

7pm / TICKETS: $37

3 Redneck Tenors is a mixture of down home

laughs with big city music! It has been said that if

“Larry the Cable Guy, Il Divo, and Mrs. Doubtfire

had a baby, that child would be the 3 Redneck

Tenors.” Based in Dallas, TX, these guys have

been seen as top 10 finalists on America’s Got

Talent, Only in America with Larry The Cable Guy,

and live in theater productions across the nation.

These trailer park singing sensations have a great

many stories to tell, taking us on a

sidesplitting ride of comedy and audience

interaction. Get ready to be wowed by these

veteran singers as they present a smorgasbord

of songs ranging from Gospel and Country to

Broadway, Pop, and Classical.

Hansel & Gretel

saturday, october 12, 2019

11am and 1pm / TICKETS: $15

Presented by VA Rep on Tour!

VA Rep, one of the nation’s largest touring

theatres for young audiences, presents

Hansel & Gretel. Book & Lyrics by Douglas S.

Jones; Music by Ron Barnett. Join us in this

wondrous retelling of The Brothers Grimm fairy

tale of parents, children, and witches. Hansel

and Gretel stray from the path which invariably

leads them to a witch’s gingerbread house.

Hansel and Gretel outsmart the witch and find

that the real treasure is family and home. Don’t

miss this musical that’s fun for the whole family!

an evening with

George Winston

friday, october 25, 2019, 7pm

tickets: $40

Join us for an intimate evening of music

with celebrated pianist George Winston!

Winston has inspired fans and musicians alike

with his singular solo acoustic piano songs for

more than 40 years while selling 15 million albums.

A tireless road warrior playing nearly 100 concerts

annually, live performance for Winston is akin to

breathing. Winston’s music is evocative, offering

us all a chance to take a step back from our

perpetually busy lives and let our minds

adventurously wander. This one-night-only

concert event will also feature selections from

his upcoming album ‘Restless Wind’.

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CAPITOL STEPS:

the lyin’ kings

friday, november 22, 2019, 7pm

saturday, november 23, 2019, 5pm

& 8pm

sunday, november 24, 2019, 2:30pm

tickets: $47

Claim your seats early for this hilarious

crowd pleaser! The Capitol Steps are back for

more fun, laughs and shenanigans in this

creative blend of music and political

comedy. No matter who you are or what’s in

the headlines, the Capitol Steps will tackle both

sides of the political spectrum in their

newest production, “The Lyin’ Kings” . The

Washington DC-based comedy troupe that

began as a group of Senate staffers, has

recorded over 34 albums and has been featured

on NBC, CBS, ABC, and PBS. This show is sure

to sell out. Claim your seats today!

masters of soul

SATURDAY, december 14, 2019 7pm

tickets: $35

Masters of Soul is a celebration of the

legendary songs and performers that defined

Motown and soul music. Don’t miss this epic

performance featuring stylishly costumed,

fully choreographed performances of both

male and female groups backed by an amazing

live band! Take the ultimate stroll down

memory lane with hits by The Temptations,

Gladys Knight & The Pips, Marvin Gaye &

Tammi Terrell, Diana Ross & The Supremes,

The Jackson Five, Barry White, and many more!

Claim your seats today to relive the incredible

harmonies and smooth moves made famous

by many of the greatest recording acts of

all time.

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jolly old st. nicholas

saturday, december 21, 2019

10am & 11:30am / tickets: $15

NEW! Presented by VA Rep on Tour!

Book by Ron Barnett and Dawn Westbrook,

Music and Lyrics by Ron Barnett.

Jolly Old Saint Nicholas is an original

holiday tale. Tuck and his father prepare

for Christmas as Mr. Grumpasaurus

strives to thwart all Christmas merriment.

But with the help of Santa and his elves,

Christmas turns out to be the best one

yet, even for Mr. Grumpasaurus. Treat the

whole family to this holiday musical, with

tickets at just $15.

The Melody Lingers On:

The Songs of Irving Berlin

january 24 - february 2, 2020

tickets: $15

for specific dates/times:

see the ticket order form (page 14)

Presented by Henrico Theatre Company!

Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin.

Dialogue taken from the book “Irving Berlin:

A Daughter’s Memoir” by Mary Ellin Barrett.

Script Continuity by Tom Briggs.

Orchestration and Vocal Arrangements by Donald

Johnston. Conceived by Karen Baker.

In a life that spanned more than 100 years, and

with a creative output of over 1,000 songs, Irving

Berlin epitomized Jerome Kern’s famous adage

that “Irving Berlin has no place in American music.

He is American music.” This Russian immigrant

wrote America’s most famous Christmas song

(White Christmas), most famous Easter song

(Easter Parade), most famous patriotic song

(God Bless America) and most famous theatrical

song (There’s No Business Like Show Business).

From Tin Pan Alley to Broadway, from Hollywood

to military tours of duty, the story of Irving Berlin

is the story of his American century.

The 2019-2020 Center Season

is generously sponsored by:

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ock & roll jubilee

Sweetheart Soiree!

friday, february 14, 2020 - 7pm

saturday, february 15, 2020 - 7pm

sunday, february 16, 2020- 2:30pm

tickets: $30

Spend Valentine’s Day weekend with RVA

favorites Craig Evans, Brad Tucker, Brian

Sulser, George Garrett, Jim Wark, and BJ Kocen

as they take you on a musical journey with all

your favorite songs from the Titans of Teen Town:

Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, The Everly

Brothers, and Ricky Nelson. The Jubilee also

includes 1950’s period advertisements, skits,

and lots of laughs!

Golden Dragon Acrobats:

cirque ziva

saturday, march 14, 2020

2:30pm & 7pm / TICKETS: $40

An evening of breathtaking skill and spellbinding

beauty! The Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the

best of a time honored tradition that began more

than twenty-five centuries ago. The Golden Dragons

are recognized throughout the United States and

abroad as the premiere Chinese acrobatic touring

company of today. Claim your seats early to

experience award-winning acrobatics, traditional

dance, spectacular costumes, ancient and

contemporary music and more.

richmond’s finest:

commonwealth bluegrass

band and the richmond

symphony

saturday, march 28, 2020

7pm / TICKETS: $40

Bluegrass and symphony fans unite!

Join us this year as The Center pairs local bluegrass

sensation The Commonwealth Bluegrass Band and

the Richmond Symphony on the Sara Belle

November Stage in this popular annual concert

series. Claim your seats today!

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semi-toned

saturday, april 4, 2020

7pm / tickets: $35

Semi-Toned is the University of Exeter’s all male

a cappella sensation, with national and

international awards for their stunning

performances and music videos, as well as

appearances on national television. Since its

inception, Semi-Toned has quickly become one of

the leading forces in UK a cappella! These young

men perform a variety of hits from the 70s through

the present day combining their tight harmonies

with slick choreography and trademark humor.

eleone dance theatre

wednesday, april 22, 2020

7pm / tickets: $25

thursday, april 23, 2020

9:30am and 11:30am / tickets: $12

Note: Thursday shows are an abbreviated

performance of the original production.

Don’t miss this audience favorite that’s inspiring for

dance fans of all ages! Eleone Dance Theatre ushers

in the new millennium with resurrected cutting

edge works that challenge traditional boundaries.

Enjoy contemporary, modern, spiritual, rhythm and

blues, African, hip-hop and more at this stunning

performance! Tickets start at $12 for select shows!

forever ella

with desiree roots

friday, april 24, 2020

7pm / tickets: $35

Enjoy award-winning Jazz singer and actor, Desiree

Roots as Ella Fitzgerald! Roots wrote and directed

this production under the music direction of James

Gates. Ella Fitzgerald, “The First Lady of Song”,

delighted audiences around the world for over 60

years, sold over 40 million albums, and received

numerous awards and honors. She will perform

Fitzgerald’s most noted songs accompanied by

fourteen of the region’s most acclaimed Jazz

musicians. Joining her on stage will be Scott

Wichmann as Frank Sinatra, Billy Dye as Louis

Armstrong, and Anthony Cosby as Nat “King” Cole.

the quebe sisters

wednesday, may 13, 2020

7pm / tickets: $32

Singing in multi-part close harmony, triple-threat

fiddle champions The Quebe Sisters take the stage

for an evening of song and Western Swing! Along

with headlining their own shows to ever-growing

audiences, they’ve shared the stage with American

music legends including Willie Nelson, George

Strait, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, and Ray

Price. Don’t miss this one-night-only concert event!

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2ND STAGE

The best value in live music!

Tickets are only $15 with a subscription,

$17 general admission or $21 at the door.

Enjoy a different genre of live music monthly on Fridays (excluding July,

August, and January). Call 804.261.2787 for tickets.

Held in our Cardinal Ballroom with cabaret-style seating, music lovers

can relax in an informal setting with performances by amazing local

and regional talent! Plus, make the evening complete with

wine/beer/mixed drinks/beverages and a complete dinner available

for purchase at the show from Apple Spice Junction!

Senior Citizen discount does not apply to this performance series.

Subscriptions may be purchased beginning June 12, 2019.

Starting July 8, 2019 individual tickets may be purchased for any show in

any number or combination of performances at the stated ticket price.

1. an evening of taters | the taters

friday, September 13, 2019 - 7pm

2. an evening of bluegrass | Josh Grigsby and County Line

friday, october 4, 2019 - 7pm

3. An Evening of standards & Stories | scott wichmann

friday, november 1, 2019 - 7pm

4. an evening of holiday brass | brass 5

friday, december 6, 2019 - 7pm

5. an evening of Love Songs | susan greenbaum

friday, february 7, 2020 - 7pm

6. an evening of highland & celtic | john turner

friday, march 6, 2020 - 7pm

7. an evening of country | honky tonk experience

friday, april 3, 2020 - 7pm

8. an evening of jazz | the lawrence olds band

friday, may 1, 2020 - 7pm

9. an evening of 70’s Bubblegum Rock | The Super Sugar Beats

friday, june 5, 2020 - 7pm

The 2019-2020 2nd Stage Season is generously sponsored by:

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SUNDAY BRUNCH MARKETS

1st Sunday of the month

july – November, 2019

11am - 3pm

Spend Sunday afternoon strolling through a variety of

farmer and artisan vendors and relaxing on a picnic blanket on

the grass enjoying a tasty lunch with the family. Sunday Brunch

Markets include food available for purchase, vendors, picnic

space (don’t forget your blanket!), activities for the kids, and live

entertainment. Bring your reusable bags and get ready for a

fun-filled Sunday!

El Dia De Los Muertos festival - free

october 27, 2019 - 1-5pm

Festive fun for all ages! In conjunction with the Latin Ballet

of Virginia, “El Dia de los Muertos” is a festive celebration of life

with live performances, dancing, music, sweets, treats, and fun

art activities for the whole family! Wear your Halloween

costume to join in the fun at this community tradition!

This event is free to attend!

20th Annual Tree Lighting - free

December 7, 2019 - 4:30pm

Free and fun for the whole family!

In partnership with the County of Henrico Division of Recreation

and Parks, The Center welcomes you to this beloved holiday

event featuring magical holiday music performances, hot

chocolate and cookies, a toasty bonfire, and of course, a special

visit from Santa to light our iconic cedar Christmas tree at

The Center’s entrance!

Illumination: A Festival of Trees - free

Dec 7, 2019 - jan 2, 2020

Artisan created Christmas trees deck the Center’s halls as we

celebrate our annual Illumination. Each tree designed with

its own special theme is sure to thrill the youngest to oldest

visitors. Don’t forget the scavenger hunt or you’ll miss out on a

special treat at the end! Opening: Saturday, December 7, 2019

from 5-7pm following The Center’s annual Tree Lighting. Santa

and his elves will be on site for a visit with the children.

Sponsored by

ENCHANTED BY THE ARTS FESTIVAL - free

february 8, 2020, 10am-5pm

We invite you and your family to explore The Cultural Arts

Center and the visual and performing arts as you participate in

hands-on art projects and enjoy live performances by a variety

of talent. Free and open to the public, there is something for

everyone in the family to enjoy! Food service will be available

from 11am-4pm so you can enjoy lunch or snacks without

having to stop all the fun!

Another exciting season is in store from our resident theatre

company! Henrico Theatre Company (HTC) brochures will be

mailed out separately by HTC during July 2019.

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lend a hand!

Earn discounts and rewards as a volunteer! (Ages 15+)

The Cultural Arts Center offers many fun and rewarding

ways to get involved and support the arts! Smiling faces

are needed at all of our Center Season and 2nd Stage

performances to welcome our guests, scan tickets, pass

out programs and show guests to their seats. Courteous

and flexible volunteers are needed to cover the front desk

from time to time. During our Gallery Opening

Receptions, held six times each year, volunteers are

needed to help set up and serve refreshments. We are

also seeking volunteers to assist with our Sunday Brunch

Markets and Enchanted by the Arts Festival!

Your commitment inspires us!

Our volunteers have tremendously enhanced our ability

to provide affordable arts education and entertainment

to the surrounding community and we are grateful for

your willingness to lend a hand! In appreciation of your

time and effort, we have created a reward program based

on hours of service.

earn rewards!

Level

Hours

Reward

1

2

3

4

5

6

10

19

25

35

45

50

10% discount on a class

or in the Atack Family Gift Shop

20% discount on a class

or in the Atack Family Gift Shop

1 comp ticket for a 2nd Stage

Performance*

30% discount on a class or in the

Atack Family Gift Shop

1 comp ticket for a Center Season

Performance*

$25 gift card

Enjoy new benefits with every volunteer level reached!

Once a new level is reached, rewards from previous levels

are no longer available. Registered students who volunteer

for Gallery Openings or other Gallery related events may earn

double points for those hours, which can lead to 10% off your

next class registration! *Volunteers are eligible for free tickets

to performances based on inventory and # of hours served.

sign up today!

For more information and volunteer opportunities,

please call us at 804.261.2787, email us at

info@artsglenallen.com, or sign up online at

www.artsglenallen.com.

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center season

3 Redneck Tenors - 9/25/19, 7pm

Hansel & Gretel - 10/12/19, 11am

Hansel & Gretel - 10/12/19, 1pm

George Winston - 10/25/19, 7pm

Capitol Steps - 11/22/19, 7pm

Capitol Steps - 11/23/19, 5pm

Capitol Steps - 11/23/19, 8pm

Capitol Steps - 11/24/19, 2:30pm

Masters of Soul - 12/14/19, 7pm

Jolly Old St. Nicholas - 12/21/19, 10am

Jolly Old St. Nicholas - 12/21/19, 11:30am

The Songs of Irving Berlin -

1/24 - 7pm, $15

1/25 - 7pm, $15

1/26 - 2:30pm, $15

1/30 -7pm, $15

Rock & Roll Jubilee! - 2/14/20, 7pm

Rock & Roll Jubilee! - 2/15/20, 7pm

Rock & Roll Jubilee! - 2/16/20, 2:30pm

Golden Dragon Acrobats - 3/14/20, 2:30pm

Golden Dragon Acrobats - 3/14/20, 7pm

Richmond’s Finest - 3/28/20, 7pm

Semi-Toned - 4/4/20, 7pm

Eleone Dance Theatre - 4/22/20, 7pm

Eleone Dance Theatre - 4/23/20, 9:30am

Eleone Dance Theatre - 4/23/20, 11:30am

Forever Ella - 4/24/20, 7pm

The Quebe Sisters - 5/13/20, 7pm

2nd stage

Select date(s) below.

1/31 - 7pm, $15

2/1 - 7pm, $15

2/2 - 2:30pm, $15

The Taters - 9/13/19, 7pm

Josh Grigsby and County Line - 10/4/19, 7pm

Scott Wichmann - 11/1/19, 7pm

Brass 5 - 12/6/19, 7pm

Susan Greenbaum - 2/7/20, 7pm

John Turner - 3/6/20, 7pm

Honky Tonk Experience - 4/3/20, 7pm

The Lawrence Olds Band - 5/1/20, 7pm

The Super Sugar Beats - 6/5/20, 7pm

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4. Online: www.artsglenallen.com

Individual tickets on sale July 8, 2019.

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Sara Belle November Stage

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Subscriptions

Center Season Subscriptions

For the 2019-2020 Center Season (September 2019-May 2020), patrons can create their own

subscription starting with as few as three different performances! Additionally, the more

performances you attend, the higher the discount. For your convenience a chart of the

discounted prices is on page 15. Subscriptions for all performances require purchasing the

same number of tickets at the same time for each performance selected.

Subscription sales begin June 12, 2019 and are available for purchase online.

Create Your Own Subscription:

Choose 8 or more performances, save 20% off each ticket price

Choose 5-7 performances, save 15% off each ticket price

Choose 3-4 performances, save 10% off each ticket price

Starting July 8, 2019 individual tickets may be purchased for any show in any number

or combination of performances at the stated ticket price.

2nd Stage Subscriptions

Starting with four or more shows, purchase tickets for $15 per show (a subscription must

be the same number of tickets for each show). Subscription sales begin on June 12, 2019.

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Box Office

Policies and Ticket Information

The Cultural Arts Center

2880 Mountain Road

Glen Allen, VA 23060

804-261-ARTS (2787)

info@artsglenallen.com

Hours

Box Office: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; 804-261-ARTS (2787)

Box Office/Will Call opens one hour prior to performance.

House: Opens thirty minutes prior to performance.

Gift Shop: Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm upon request; Saturday, 10am-2pm

Opens one hour prior to performance and through intermission (if applicable).

Galleries: Glass Doors, Gumenick Family, Midway, Slantwall:

Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday, 9am-5pm. Also open during performances

and special events. Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday noon-5pm. Saturday and Sunday hours

are subject to change.

DURING PERFORMANCES

Out of respect for the performers, please do not use cameras, camera phones, or video

equipment during the performances. Out of respect for the performers and other patrons,

please turn off cell phones or switch to vibrate and please refrain from texting.

Individual Tickets

Starting July 8, 2019 individual tickets may be purchased for any show in any number or

combination of performances at the stated ticket price. Purchases that do not fall into

subscription guidelines, do not qualify for a discount. A $1 fee applies to all mailed orders.

Senior Citizens (65+)

Take $2 off regular ticket price (cannot be combined with other discounts). To enjoy this

discount, simply call the box office. This discount is not available online, for 2nd Stage or

matinee performances.

center season Group Sales

Discounts for groups are as follows:

10+ people, receive a 10% discount; 20+ people, receive a 15% discount. No group discount

on matinee performances. To make reservations for a group, call 804-261-ARTS (2787)

Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.

Ticket Refunds and Exchanges

All ticket sales are final. Exchanges are available only for subscription holders. If tickets

are unable to be used, they may be donated to the annual fund as a tax-deductible

contribution.

Lost Tickets

If tickets are lost, the box office will reissue tickets to the purchaser on record. Call the box

office as soon as possible to report lost tickets. For your protection, duplicate tickets will be

held at Will Call.

Mailing address

Box Office, CACGA, P.O. Box 1249, Glen Allen, VA 23060

Located in northern Henrico County on Mountain Road between Staples Mill Road and Woodman

Road, just south of I-295. Directions are available on our website.

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1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

Gumenick Family Gallery

Exquisite collections by professional artists!

wine & beer cash bar at opening receptions

to support our outreach programs

1. Patterns & Paper

July 18 – September 15, 2019

Opening Reception Sponsor

Opening reception: Thursday, July 18, 2019, 6-8pm

Caroline Garrett Hardy & Trotter Hardy are two artists working in parallel. While he focuses on

photography and she on works of paper, both are influenced and inspired by nature and Asian art.

2. Mid-Atlantic Pastel Society - juried exhibit

September 19 – November 17, 2019

Opening reception: Thursday, September 19, 2019, 6-8pm

Artists from around the Mid-Atlantic region highlight the beauty and versatility of pastels

through this selection of works juried by nationally known artist and teacher, Lyn Asselta.

3. Joy of Life

November 21, 2019 – January 12, 2020

Opening reception: Thursday, November 21, 2019, 6-8pm

Noted for her expressive use of color and motion, Gloria Coker’s art evokes a positive

emotional response whether the subject is a musician, a horse, or landscape.

4. Men & Women

January 16 – March 15, 2020

Opening reception: Thursday, January 16, 2020, 6-8pm

Scott Supraner explores the changing ideas of gender over time on an individual and historical

level through his ceramic wall reliefs and sculpture.

5. VIBRANCE: LEGO ® ART BY BRICKWORKZ

March 19 – May 17, 2020

Opening reception: Thursday, March 19, 2020; 6-8pm

Brian Korte uses all the colors on the LEGO® palette to create his LEGO mosaics in this popular

series.

6. Fluidity of Form

May 21 – July 12, 2020

Opening reception: Thursday, May 21, 2020, 6-8pm

Photographer, Scott Smith transforms materials such as paper, ice and stone into abstracted

compositions that are more suggestive than descriptive.

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1. 2. 3.

Midway Gallery

4. 5. 6.

A unique array of exhibits from local and regional artists!

more information at www.artsglenallen.com

1. light & shadow

July 16 – September 15, 2019

Richelle Kaufman is a classically trained artist in the European tradition whose work goes

from colorful realism to whimsical. Featuring a variety of themes, her work evokes a sense

of the subject through movement, composition, and color.

2. Flight of the Phoenix: Rising Through Ashes & Tides

September 19 – November 10, 2019

A collection of abstract acrylic paintings inspired by the poetry of the artist, Makenna Faulk,

and writer, Nora Wilson. Through vibrant and fluid composition, each piece tells the story of

love, loss, and redemption.

3. Illumination

december 7, 2019 – January 2, 2020

A continuation of the annual Illumination exhibit, a holiday celebration throughout

the main floor of The Center.

4. india - a journey of colors

January 8 – March 30, 2020

Travel often leads to unbelievable experiences and for photographer, Kelly Kinsey, the

people, animals, architecture, history, and colors of India were both unforgettable

and inspiring.

5. Next Level

april 3-29, 2020

opening reception: friday, april 3, 2020, 6-8pm

A showcase of the expanding artistic visions of The Center’s instructors and their students

in a variety of mediums.

6. STILL

May 2 – July 12, 2020

In the stillness of life, art is found. Working with human figures and live models allows Kelly

Oakes to paint their “presence.” In their stillness while modeling, she sees their essence – their

beauty and what she perceives as their truth.

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1.

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Slantwall Gallery

New monthly exhibits by amazing regional artists!

1. July 2019 | Angels of the River

Among Richmond’s treasures are the Victorian neo-classical sculptures

that adorn Hollywood Cemetery. With a commanding view of the James

River, these guardians of the spirit world are here re-interpreted in a

modernist style by artist Aaron Bowles.

2. August 2019 | Fluid Connections

Sukenya Best’s portrait series visually portrays the essence of an

individual’s hopes and dreams. Through insightful interviews with

her subjects, she was connected to and inspired by them.

3. September 2019 | Experience & Experiment: Fruits of a New Season

Richmond based artist Carlysle Vicenti pushes beyond his iconic style and

self-developed technique. In this exhibit of recent works, he shows that

age, aging, and creativity maintain artistic, personal & intrinsic relevance.

4. October 2019 | Mind Matters: The Voices of Me

Avian (Kizzie) Mills created this body of mixed media collages in an

attempt to illustrate various mental health disorders and their symptoms,

hoping to remove the veil of negativity that surrounds the issue of

mental health.

5. November 2019 | Watercolors & Alcohol Inks

Full of vivid color, Pat Troiani’s artwork uses watercolor and alcohol inks

primarily to create colorful paintings and collage works inspired by nature

and its inhabitants.

6. December 2019 | Ring in the Season

Unique artistic wreaths created by local artists and crafters. Perfect for

adorning your door, each piece is available to take home the day of

purchase.

7. January 2020 | Bytes and Pieces

One person’s junk is this artist’s treasure. Emma Lou Martin repurposes

trash, found objects, and art materials to create this series of collage

works. A visual feast, Martin’s work will keep viewers captivated.

8. February 2020 | Reflections

Artist Bev Jennette holds her brush loosely most days and paints in a

hazy “use your imagination” style. Other days she creates with great detail

adding embellishments with science-like experimentation but always

staying true to self, creativity, and innovation.

9. March 2020 | Youth Arts Alive!

Young artists from Center outreach programs share paintings, prints,

collage, sculpture and drawings that celebrate their unique perspective

and character. Artists include youth from afterschool groups, summer

camps, and the James River Juvenile Detention Center.

10. April 2020 | Next Level

Opening Reception: Friday, April 3, 2020, 6-8pm

An exhibition showcasing the expanding artistic visions of The Center’s

instructors and their intermediate and advanced level students, in a

variety of mediums.

11. May 2020 | Escapades of Three Friends

Three Friends Painting ( Terry Atkinson, Jean Kleeman, & Carolyn Velletri)

return to The Center where their artistic journey began, to share the results

of the creative spark ignited by friendship in their recent works.

12. June 2020 | The Art of Creative Expression & The Art of Recovery

Through creative expression and dynamic imagery, this exhibit

demonstrates the powerful impact that the arts afford individuals in

the mental health recovery process. Featuring original work by artists

with mental illnesses.

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Glass Doors Gallery

Unique collections by regional artisans

sure to delight and inspire all ages!

1.

2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

1. capworks

July 16 – September 15, 2019

With the growth of the craft beer industry, Josh Stolberg’s aim is to reduce waste through

artistic re-purposing. One beer at a time, he converts ordinary bottle caps into imaginative

works of art. Through the use of innovative ideas and techniques, the conventional is

transformed into inspired, hand-crafted pieces.

2. BOOKWORM

September 19 – November 10, 2019

Award-winning artist, Maggie Kerrigan, takes books to another level. The carefully curated titles

are deconstructed and reconstructed to explore new meanings. Through hand-carving, folding,

or building with paper, Maggie transforms books in surprising ways.

3. Illumination

december 2, 2019 – January 2, 2020

A continuation of the annual Illumination holiday celebration throughout the main floor

of The Center.

4. reflections of light

January 8 – March 30, 2020

Wanda Hollberg designs jewelry that plays with the magic of light and glass as it reflects and

transmits light at the same time. Her collection is created with layers of glass using different

techniques such as dichroic glass, lusters, lamination, fusing, precious metals, enamels, and more!

5. Next Level

april 3-29, 2020

opening reception: friday, april 3, 2020, 6-8pm

A showcase of the expanding artistic visions of The Center’s instructors and their students

in a variety of mediums.

6. housculptures

May 2 – July 12, 2020

Creating housculptures allows Mary Vivo to connect with various structures and their

surroundings. She uses wood, colored pencil, paper, markers, and paint to shape each piece.

Added details and nuances bring each building and scene she creates to life.

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art classes for all!

Classes available for all ages and abilities! The Cultural Arts Center offers

a wide array of camps and classes for adults, teens, and youth. Bring out the

artist in you and your family by signing up for classes today.

Enjoy over 100 classes offered each fall, winter, spring, and summer session.

Choose from offerings for youth such as LEGO® Engineering and Victoria’s

Kitchen summer camps, where kids learn to create healthy masterpieces in

the kitchen! Whether you’re looking to discover a new talent or sharpen your

skills, you’ll find plenty of new and inspiring class options throughout the

year at The Cultural Arts Center.

explore your creative side today!

• acrylic marbling

• Ceramics

• Confectionary Arts

• Culinary Arts

• Drawing

• Fiber Arts

• graphic design

• imagination studio camp

• Jewelry Design

Art Classes offered at two exciting locations!

The Cultural Arts Center | 2880 Mountain Road, Glen Allen VA 23060

Walkerton Tavern | 2892 Mountain Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060

For more information and to register:

804-261-ARTS (2787) | www.artsglenallen.com

Educational Partners and Instructors include:

• Mixed Media & Paper Arts

• Music

• Painting

• Photography

• Printmaking

• robotics

• watercolors

• yoga

• And More!

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Rent a space at The Center! Come host your meeting or special event and share

in the historic ambiance of one of the region’s most beautiful venues! Experience

the charm, history, eclectic art mix, and romance of The Cultural Arts Center and

our new Walkerton Tavern location! It will be our pleasure to provide the benefit

of our years of experience to help create that special moment in time or the

perfect meeting for your group.

Rental space for any event is available! The Center has numerous and varied

event and meeting spaces whether you are planning a private retreat,

wedding ceremony/reception or a function for up to 350+ people.

• Wedding Ceremonies

• Wedding Receptions

• Birthday Parties

• Anniversary Parties

• Rehearsal Dinners

• Board Meetings

• Bridal/Baby Showers

• Graduations

rentals

host a variety of events at the cultural arts center!

• Customer Appreciation Events

• Corporate Social Events

• Team Building Events

• Lunch or Dinner Meetings

• Fundraisers

• Community Events

• Corporate Holiday Parties

• And More!

For more information, please contact:

Nancy Allen - Events Manager

(804) 261-6211 or rentals@artsglenallen.com

Visit www.artsglenallen.com for a Virtual Facility Tour!

Allow one of our approved catering partners below to complement your

special event with a fabulous meal or refreshments!

A Sharper Palate; Anokha; Apple Spice Junction; DeFazio’s Catering;

Garnish Catering; Glen Allen Super Market; Groovin’ Gourmets; Lehja; Malabar;

Mi Hacienda; Mosaic; Ms. Girlee’s; Noorani Kabab House;

Pick-Ups Plus Catering; Q Barbeque Catering

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outreach

experiencing ART can change lives!

At The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, we believe that art is a powerful experience

with the ability to change lives. As a result, CACGA is committed to giving artistic

opportunities to our community beyond our campus – reaching out to the counties

of Henrico, Chesterfield, Hanover, Goochland, and Powhatan as well as the city of

Richmond! Through workshops, special events, and classes, we are sharing the

transformative power of the arts with people of all ages, cultures, and abilities.

ART MATTERS! – PRESCHOOL, YOUTH, AND TEEN PROGRAMMING

Art Matters invites young people from preschool to high school to explore and create

through visual and performing arts. CACGA provides instruction around the Richmond

region at local libraries, special events, community centers, and after school programs.

We also offer free programming for teens detained at the James River

Juvenile Detention Center and youth in the Police Athletic League (PAL) program.

OPENING MINDS THROUGH ART – SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAMMING

CACGA is proud to offer the Opening Minds Through Art program (OMA).

OMA provides opportunities for creative self-expression and social engagement

through evidence-based therapeutic art activities specifically designed for people with

dementia. OMA also provides volunteers with opportunities to improve their attitudes

toward aging through the weekly interaction with OMA program participants. CACGA

employs 3 staff members fully accredited through OMA and partners with area adult

day care centers, assisted living communities, memory care units, and senior

advocacy groups.

STUDIO ART CART

Filled to the brim with paint, brushes, pastel pencils, drawing pens, paper, and

canvases… our new Studio Art Carts are ready to travel! Designed to move, these

small carts expand creative arts opportunities for adults with restricted mobility in

senior living communities. Breaking down the barrier of isolation, the Studio Art Carts

provide the tools to engage individuals in a variety of artistic adventures.

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give

GIVE THE GIFT OF ART!

At The Cultural Arts Center, we believe that art changes lives. Through our outreach

programs we see these transformations daily; from the peace experienced by senior

citizens with Alzheimer’s, to troubled teens who learn to manage their emotions

through sketching or writing, to expanded horizons for children living in low-income

areas. Through art, these students of all ages and circumstances develop confidence,

resilience, courage, and a sense of pride.

These successes compel us to grow our outreach and share the gift of art with more

of our community, but we can’t do it without you!

Your donations allow us to bring the joy of artistic expression into these lives.

Consider adding a donation to your ticket or subscription purchase or simply make

a donation today.

how your gift helps

$25

supplies an art kit for a child,

teen, or senior

$250

offers a 6-week class

scholarship for a teen

$50

provides a child one day of

Art Matters Summer Camp

$300

provides a fully stocked art

cart for a senior community

$100

underwrites one theatre

class session for 12 teens

$500

produces one student

theatre production

To learn more about how your giving makes a difference:

Visit artsglenallen.com/give or contact Amy Holland, Director of Development

at 804-261-6214 or at development@artsglenallen.com.

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ATACK FAMILY GIFT SHOP

Artwork, jewelry and more! Whether you need the perfect gift, are decorating your

home or office, or you just want something that’s uniquely you, our Atack Family Gift

Shop is filled with the perfect art and accessories to suit your life and style. The shop

features artwork and artisan crafted gifts by local and national artists, books by

Virginia authors and about local history, designer jewelry and accessories, home

accents that will add flair to your surroundings, and much more. With an ever-changing

selection of fresh product, the shop always boasts something new and exciting!

Artwork and giftware from our exhibiting artists are often available through the shop

in addition to the originals for sale in the galleries. Plus, now you can shop online at

www.artsglenallen.com for artist prints, select gift shop items, and gift cards to The

Cultural Arts Center. Visit our gift shop today to discover rare finds, great art, unique

gifts, and more.

Gift Shop Events

Mercado Muertos

Sunday, october 27, 2019, 1-5PM

This mini-shop at the annual Dia de los Muertos Festival will feature a fun array of themed

gifts and art to celebrate the spirit of the dead. Most items priced $20 and under!

P. BUCKLEY MOSS PRINT SIGNING

and SPECIAL PRINT RELEASE PARTY!

thursday, june 4, 2020, 2-7pm

Meet popular artist P. Buckley Moss, known as the people’s artist. Ms. Moss will be onsite to

meet fans old and new and will sign prints purchased from the Center gift shop or brought

from home. Don’t miss the special edition print created just for this event!

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staff directory

Meet the staff! Looking for more information on renting space for special events or

how to become a featured artist in one of our galleries? Or perhaps you’d like to

organize an art activity or class for your business or organization? Our team looks

forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have.

Facility Manager

Alice Adkins

804-261-6207

adkins@artsglenallen.com

Office Manager

Karen Josephsen

804-261-6203

karen@artsglenallen.com

President

K Alferio

804-261-6210

alferio@artsglenallen.com

Performing Arts Manager

& Technical Director

Richard Koch

804-261-6208

performingarts@artsglenallen.com

Events Sales Manager

Nancy Allen

804-261-6211

rentals@artsglenallen.com

Arts Outreach Coordinator

Cindy Rinker

804-261-6205

artsoutreach@artsglenallen.com

Visual Arts Manager

Lauren Hall

804-261-6206

programs@artsglenallen.com

Director of Marketing

& Public Relations

Christopher Murphy

804-261-6213

marketing@artsglenallen.com

Development Director

Amy Holland, CFRE

804-261-6214

development@artsglenallen.com

Arts Outreach and Education

Assistant

Kathryn Sullivan

804-261-6209

Kathryn.Sullivan@artsglenallen.com

Guest Services

Box Office/Volunteers

Ryan Imirie and Kate Tucker

804-261-ARTS (2787)

info@artsglenallen.com

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The Cultural Arts Center

P.O. Box 1249, Glen Allen, VA 23060

The Cultural Arts Center’s programs are generously supported by:

The Cultural Arts Center is a private, non-profit organization

that is managed and maintained by The Cultural Arts Center

Foundation and Board of Directors.

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