The Arts Depot was established in 1990 as is a non-profit, community-based art gallery whose mission is to promote and support regional artists through working artist’s studios and gallery exhibits and to provide educational opportunities for the community.
Delver Woman’s Club
Women’s civic organization.
Danville Museum of Fine Arts & History
The historic Sutherlin Mansion takes you back in time to just before and during the Civil War. The house belonged to William Sutherlin and his family and served as the Last Capitol of the Confederacy when President Jefferson Davis resided here from April 3-10, 1865.
Culture Works Inc.
Founded in 1999 by performance artist Brian Shapiro, Philadelphia-based CultureWorks is an expansive performance art company that works with multiple mediums to present original productions that suggestively and humorously highlight the role culture plays in shaping human behavior—how generations interact, how professions come to define us, how politics become personal.
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen is carefully designed as a multi-use facility suitable for a variety of uses from live performances, classes and workshops to business, civic and social occasions.
Covenant Woods Retirement Community
Covenant Woods offers rewarding experiences and programs and amenities that contribute to your health and independence. Our expansion – the only one of its kind in the Richmond area – is one of many reasons Covenant Woods gives you to be confident in your future. – See more at: http://www.covenantwoods.com/about/#sthash.abC7EmQ1.dpuf
The Cook Foundation is a non-profit 501c3, private foundation. Its primary purpose is to enhance the quality of life in Gloucester, Virginia through support of local arts and architecture. The Foundation promotes aesthetic awareness and pride in the community.
Chesterfield County Public Library
The Local History service of the Chesterfield County Public Library provides the public informational sources regarding the genealogy, geography and history of Chesterfield County and neighboring localities, specifically, and of the Commonwealth of Virginia, generally.
Charles Harris Library Gallery
The Charles Harris Library Gallery is a non-profit, self-supporting venue for visual arts in Southwest Virginia, established in 1981 as a memorial to Charles W. Harris.
Our purpose is to enhance the cultural and creative life of our community.
The Gallery, in partnership with the Pro-Art Association of Virginia and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, shows local, regional, national and international artists.
Central Virginia Arts Association
Central Virginia Arts Association primary purpose is arts, culture and humanities with specific focus on arts education programs. The organization’s legal structure is a corporation.