The Rappahannock County Artisan Trail is launching its first “Second Saturday” Open Door event on Saturday, Feb. 11, and there’s plenty to discover on the unique trail (this Saturday, and Saturdays to come).
Celebrate Dr. King's birthday with a former Miss America on Sunday at Little Washington Theatre. Middle Street Gallery's first major show of the year is in their new gallery space and RAAC Theatre names new artistic director.
By the measures of crowd size, strengthened community connections and widespread satisfaction, the 12th annual Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour was an enormous success.
Kevin Adams last week was elected a member of New York City’s Salmagundi Club, one of the oldest arts organizations; Betty Buntin celebrated her 100th birthday; and Rappahannock Ladies Lunch Bunch meet again.
How can a county with a little over 7,000 residents have a knock-your-socks-off art tour that has made a reputation for itself as one of the biggest and best rural studio art tours in the mid-Atlantic region?
"Rosenwald" doc screens Friday Nov. 4 at Little Washington Theatre; Two local young actresses, Celia Cooley and Grace Raiford, feature in RAAC Theatre holiday production of “The 12 Days of Christmas.”
The three new galleries open for the Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour, noted in an earlier report on the Nov. 5-6 event, join the following six Rappahannock galleries with a bit more history on the tour.
It's a Fourth (Estate) Friday, a Friday that ends with a Fairy Tale Walk, plus a Starry Skies Fest and Pen Druid's "End of Oktoberfest" on Saturday, and Middle Street's "New Beginning."
Beautiful Rappahannock County has drawn a great number of highly talented and widely recognized artists to its vibrant and diverse community for decades. The extraordinary result is reflected in this year’s 12th annual Studio and Gallery Tour.
View and discuss an "Old Friends" documentary with friends old and new; brush up on your plein air appreciation at R.H. Ballard; "Hollywood on the Potomac" author speaks.
Transferware is the closest thing to printed pottery – earthenware, porcelain, ironstone or bone china. Developed in Staffordshire, England in around 1760, the process permitted transferring an etching onto pottery.
Winter is coming and the Knights of Columbus want your coats; Anna Weatherley, internationally acclaimed porcelain artist, will make a guest appearance at The Inn's Tavern Shops; bring your greens and make a wreath with the Garden Club.
Visitors to the 12th annual Artists of Rappahannock Open Studio and Gallery Tour won't want to miss the three new galleries that join the tour this year.
A new exhibition celebrating the simple beauty of trees is in store in Rappahannock County. Jackie Bailey Labovitz, an accomplished artist, curator and proprietor of the Cottage Curator in Sperryville, will join the celebration honoring the Park's 100th anniversary.
Two artist studios new to Rappahannock — and to the Artists Tour — include Sage Gallery, with photographer Michael Sage and guest artist Ryn McKenna, and Dabney Kirchman and Jenn Heverly and their new Blue Ridge Artisans gallery.
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