Art In Windows brings together artists, merchants, property owners, residents, and organizations from the local community to transform vacant storefronts into living, breathing art spaces that celebrate the rich legacy and history of Downtown Richmond, and to explore the relationship between art and community development. Receptions for Art In Windows exhibitions invite residents from all over the Bay area to visit Downtown Richmond and discover its rich arts heritage, which continues into the present. In addition to bringing people together to enjoy the Art In Windows displays, all receptions also feature a Downtown art walk that highlights the many pieces of public art on view throughout the district and to demonstrate the positive changes occurring in the neighborhood.
Downtown Richmond is home to a rich heritage and an abundance of public artworks. Richmond Main Street partners with local artists, the City of Richmond Arts and Culture Commission, and others to promote the arts in Downtown through our Art In Windows program and special events.
Downtown Richmond is bursting with great public art displays. We've put together a virtual art walk slideshow and a self-guided art walk map so residents and visitors alike can explore Downtown and discover all the great art in the district.
Art In Windows Spring 2017 Richmond In Focus
Featuring photography by Richmond artists: Tony Tamayo, Ellen Gailing, Ken Osborn, and RYSE Center.
Click here for more information about Art In Windows and how to submit a proposal.
Art In Windows is made possible through a partnership between Richmond Main Street Initiative and the Richmond Arts & Culture Commission, with support from Downtown merchants and property owners.
Art In Windows: Richmond In Focus is sponsored by Richmond Main Street Initiative and Richmond Arts & Culture Commission, with generous support from City of Richmond, BART, and participating artists.