Posts Tagged Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

China’s Ancient Terracotta Soldiers on Display in Richmond


Credit: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

The ancient Chinese terracotta army is part of a UNESCO World Heritage site halfway around the world, but now Virginians will get the chance to glimpse the history in their own backyard. Mallory Noe-Payne has this preview.

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In Light of Charlottesville, VMFA Highlights Mission of Inclusion Through New Exhibit


Hear My Voice: Native American Art of the Past and Present, a new exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts that explores conversations between Native Americans and their art, opened this past weekend in Richmond. (Credit: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)

With talk of Charlottesville and Civil War monuments dominating the news cycle, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Director addressed the institution’s Confederate past while looking forward to its future Thursday morning. A new exhibit, highlighting the artistic legacy of Native Americans, hopes to reinforce the museum’s long-time message of inclusion. Brad Kutner reports from Richmond.


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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Purchases Romare Bearden’s ‘Three Folk Musicians


The VMFA recently acquired this life-size collage that will be part of the museum’s permanent collection.

Virginia’s Museum of Fine Arts will soon be home to a new masterpiece, one that exemplifies African-American art. Mallory Noe-Payne has details.

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