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The RVA Street Art Festival will bring together more than a dozen national street artists to create an outdoor gallery along Richmond’s James River Power Plant Building and Floodwall. The Festival will be centered from the Power Plant building and Floodwall near Vistas on the James and Pipeline Overlook. Invited artists will create their art on gigantic 18′ x 32′ murals.
The festival’s goal is to show the creative power of street art, liven up an other wise drab floodwall, and attract people and tourists to the outdoor art gallery that will showcase the Canal Walk and Shockoe Bottom neighborhood. The murals will remain in place for two years time when the festival will become a biennial event.
The festival will begin with an event at the VMFA with artists on stage discussing their work and the work of the collaboration.
The festival on Friday through Sunday will be centered between the Canal Walk Turning Basin and Power Plant building where spectators can come and watch the artists create their art.
The festival on Saturday, April 14 will feature the best of local Richmond with local breweries, food, music, and art on hand. View full schedule›
This festival is produced by Ed Trask and Jon Baliles, in association with Venture Richmond and the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce and Altria.
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Music used with permission by: Charlie P.
Song: Sometimes I Still Miss Her
We are excited to be shooting a time lapse of a green house build for Tricycle Gardens in Church Hill, Richmond Va.
What is Tricycle Gardens?
Tricycle Gardens has done ground breaking work engaging individuals, community centers, non-profits, businesses and the city government to bring a collective effort to restore our urban ecologies and create beautiful public spaces throughout Richmond, Virginia. From hands-on experiential learning to more formal workshops and gardening programs, we are leading the way for a new understanding of how, by working together, we can create a healthier community for all.
These action shots were taken at the Home Season Opener on September 24, 2011.
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The Official Fan Club of the Virginia Destroyers is ready to welcome the UFL to the Sportsplex in Virginia Beach. We want every fan to be part of the Fleet. Join the Fan Club today.
Concrete Virginia is Richmond’s premier concrete contractor, specializing in the full spectrum of concrete applications–from driveways and patios, to sidewalks and walls. In the project you see here, our client’s porch was stable, but in desperate need of repair. Concrete Virginia refurbished this porch with a simple concrete overlay, transforming the space to an extraordinary finish and saving the client thousands of dollars over alternative materials, like stone or pavers.
So how does the overlay process work? First, we peeled off the old ceramic tile. Next, we installed rebar to lock the new to the old. We then set a form to allow for a minimum coverage of concrete. Next we customized a color to complement the exterior of the home. To create a grand feel, the concrete was textured to look like slate. We then incorporated a border and gave that detail a broom finish. Finally, we sealed the porch, which enhanced the color and texture of the new concrete.
The end result was spectacular.
Why is concrete becoming the material of choice for so many homeowners and businesses? New technologies give you extraordinary design options, and concrete finishes can now look as real as stone—at a fraction of the cost!
Whether you’re updating a sidewalk, or planning a complete hardscape overhaul, we invite you to visit concreteva.com (concrete v-a dot com) to discover how concrete can transform your home.
Here is a sneak peak of the movie trailer from April 3rd, 2011.
I plan on posting a video of all the speakers soon!
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Bring a candle to light and join Martha’s friends and family on Sunday evening to show our support for and amazement of her bravery and poise as she faces the most difficult fight of her life. The event will be recorded for out-of-town guests and for Martha if she is unable to attend. Candles will be lit one at a time, beginning promptly at 7:30, with words from those who have been with Martha throughout this ordeal. Toast for Martha at Bailey’s immediately following event. Please share with others!
Have you ever wondered how the TV cameras can follow a fly balls at a baseball game (and more so at Fenway Park) so smoothly? Check out this link from TomGuilmette.com as he explains!
Based just outside of Richmond, VA, Stockner’s Nursery is your premiere full service outdoor expert. Since 1981, we have designed, installed and maintained stunning and distinctive landscaping projects for residential and commercial customers all over the state of Virginia.
We have 2 cameras going on this job site. We are filming the framing of a sitting wall. The two sides parallel to the tree will double as chairs when a table will be placed in-between that section. The table will be able to be eight to ten feet long.
We will be shooting a time lapse installation of a Giant Sunflower (Inspired by Van Gogh) where the pendulum currently is at the entrance of The Science Museum of VA. The public is encouraged to help setup some 300 potted plants up that are provided by Strange’s Florists. The Sunflower install will start this Saturday May 1, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.