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1708 Gallery
1708 Gallery is an artist-run, nonprofit organization in Richmond, Virginia committed to exhibiting exceptional new art, since 1978.
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1708 Gallery Apr 18
1708 Gallery's annual proposal acceptance period is now open! Submit your proposal for an exhibition or special project. Info and to submit at And Save the Date—InLight submission period will open June 1st.
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1708 Gallery Apr 18
Thanks and . Such a great work by Bob!
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1708 Gallery Apr 17
The word is out! Come by 1708 for this Picnic Series Event as part of Invasive Queer Kudzu: Richmond! More info coming soon.
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1708 Gallery Apr 17
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1708 Gallery Apr 17
This Saturday! In collaboration with Aaron McIntosh's exhibition, : Richmond, Jon Henry will be discussing their rural queer projects at 1708. Be sure to come by from 1 - 2 pm.
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1708 Gallery Apr 16
1708 Gallery is seeking summer interns! Here's a great opportunity for someone studying for their BFA or BA. Interns receive hands-on experience and resume-building skills in all aspects of 1708 Gallery's operations. More at
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1708 Gallery Apr 11
This Saturday, from 12 - 5pm. Come to 1708 Gallery and weave baskets with us.
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1708 Gallery Apr 9
This Saturday is the Kudzu Basketweaving Workshop and Artist Talk with Julia Gartrell. This is in collaboration with Aaron McIntosh's current exhibition, Invasive Queer Kudzu: Richmond. Come by and learn how to weave! More info about the exhibition at
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1708 Gallery Apr 5
Tonight is RVA First Fridays. Come by the gallery and check our Aaron McIntosh's exhibition, Invasive Queer Kudzu: Richmond. Also, the artist talk is tomorrow at 1pm!
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1708 Gallery Apr 4
Replying to @hugel @1708gallery
! Celebrating 40 years this year.
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1708 Gallery Apr 4
The artist talk for Invasive Queer Kudzu is THIS Saturday from 1 - 2 pm! Make sure to join us to hear about the process of this ongoing participatory exhibition. More at
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1708 Gallery Apr 2
This Saturday is the Artist Talk and Queer Quilting Bee for Invasive Queer Kudzu: Richmond. Talk will take place from 1 - 2 pm, and Quilting Bee will take surrounding the talk from 12 - 5 pm. This is part of an on-going Picnic Series taking place throughout the exhibition!
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1708 Gallery Mar 29
Tonight is the opening of Invasive Queer Kidzu: Richmond! Come by 1708 at 6pm
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1708 Gallery Mar 28
Invasive Queer Kudzu: Richmond opens tomorrow at 6pm! Come to 1708 Gallery and be the first to see Aaron McIntosh’s latest exhibition. More info at
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1708 Gallery Mar 26
Aaron McIntosh's exhibition, Invasive Queer Kudzu: Richmond opens this Friday. Make sure to have your calendars marked and join us for the reception from 6 - 8 pm. More info about this exhibition at
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1708 Gallery Mar 22
1708 is please to announcing Invasive Queer Kudzu: Richmond, a participatory project and exhibition by Aaron McIntosh in which quilted queer kudzu vines overtake ruins of a felled Jefferson Davis memorial column. Opening is March 29th, from 6-8 pm. More at
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1708 Gallery Mar 21
TONIGHT is the artist talk of our current exhibition, "The Afterlife of Jim Crow"! Join us at 6pm to learn more about Brian Palmer and Erin Hollaway Palmer's work the restoring the East End Cemetery. More info about the exhibition at .
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1708 Gallery Mar 19
The third and final March Mindfulness at 1708 is tomorrow! Come meditate, listen to Bach, and contemplate contemporary art tomorrow at 11:30 am. Special thanks to our partners Classical Revolution RVA and Chrysalis Institute for making this happen for the 3rd year in a row.
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1708 Gallery Mar 19
Artist talk for The After Life of Jim Crow is THIS Thursday at 6pm! Make sure to join us to hear about Brian Palmer and Erin Hollaway Palmer's experience in the restoration of the East End Cemetery.
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1708 Gallery Mar 15
Artist talk with Brian Palmer and Erin Hollaway Palmer is next week. Mark you calendars!! Click the link for more info.
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