Art and Music at MRL – Come in and explore it!

Enjoy Nathan Froebe’s original composition, Array, a series of miniatures inspired by the Pride Progress Flag, focusing on each individual color and its associated meaning. Froebe’s composition will be performed by Guest Artist-in-Residence at IU East, Nicholas May. This presentation will include a performance and presentation of the larger project, which includes a local recording made in the Starr-Gennett building.
Pre-registration is not required but is available to secure your seat.
View Pam Frazier’s art gallery in the Library’s Main Lobby now through March 30.
Make Public Art
Thursday, March 31, 2022, 6 – 7:30pm
at MRL in the Bard Room
Hands-on, art-making session at MRL
This session is offered in collaboration with Richmond Art Museum’s exhibit, Amos Lemon Burkhart: You Miss 90% of the Shots You Don’t Take.
You’ll create a small, painted canvas square to become part of a local “Chromatic Data Project.” Each canvas square will represent either a strength or a stressor in the life of participating artist-collaborators. Come express yourself, and be part of the larger picture of creative living!
Participants can work at their own pace and may be finished prior to the end time listed for this session. Individual squares will be exhibited as part of RAM’s exhibit until it ends in April of 2022. 
This session has a prerequisite. Please attend Richmond Art Museum’s exhibit. More information can be found here: 
With generous support from:
Lunchtime Series | Free!
April 7 from 12:10 – 12:50 in the Bard Room
Come quench your thirst for knowledge and conversation at this monthly series! We’ll explore a new topic each month. This month Richmond Parks and Recreation Superintendent, Denise Retz, shares about the wonderful parks, programs, and more that you can experience locally!