The Really BIG Show
4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
114 W. Marshall St.
Join us Friday, May 1, 2020, from 4-9 p.m. for a neighborhood block party to celebrate youth voices and their visual and performing art at The 16th Annual Really Big Show!
On the night of the 1st, we're shutting down the streets surrounding ART 180 and filling it with beautiful youth art, food trucks, dancing, live musical performances, games, and more in the Arts & Cultural District and the historic, vibrant Jackson Ward neighborhood we call home!
This high-energy annual event provides a rich opportunity for young people from ART 180 program sites across Richmond to share their art, and for the public to celebrate and encourage their creative expression. We’re also opening the doors to our gallery and inviting everyone in to see art by our young people on display.
Featuring musical performances by Kenneka Cook, DJ Mikemetic, and Ram Bhagat and the Junk Yard Jam. Event hosted Atlas Teen Leadership Council.
The Really Big Show takes place during RVA First Fridays! Check out the complete day-of schedule and get more deets, here!
The event is FREE and open to everyone. Please join us!
Here are our 2019-20 community partners:
Binford Middle School - Communities in Schools of Richmond
Bon Air Juvenile Detention Center
Elizabeth D. Redd Elementary School - Communities in Schools of Richmond
U.M.F.S. Charterhouse School
Elkhardt-Thompson Middle School - NextUp
Fairfield Middle School - Communities in Schools of Richmond
Lucille M. Brown Middle School - NextUp
Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School - Boys & Girls Club Metro Richmond
Neighborhood Resource Center of Greater Fulton
Richmond Juvenile Detention Center
St. Andrew's School
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club