Oct 1

Interested in becoming a Junior Board Member in 2019?

Contact Membership Chair, Amelia Paulie at [email protected] with Questions about the Historic Richmond Junior Board! The Junior Board is a group of young leaders that supports the programs of Historic Richmond through its projects and prepares its members to be ambassadors for the organization through programs, educational events, and tours.  The group is limited to 40 members, Continue Reading...

Apr 18

Historic Garden Day | Seminary Ave

Historic Garden Day Seminary Avenue Wednesday, April 25, 2018 10:00 am to 4:30 pm Co-hosted by The Council of Historic Richmond and The Garden Clubs of Richmond. Located in the Ginter Park Historic District, this turn-of-the-century residential neighborhood located in Richmond’s northside is characterized by wide boulevards running north and south, and large residential lots. Continue Reading...

Oct 18

2017 Golden Hammer Awards’ Nomination Map

The Golden Hammer Awards are on Thurs, Nov 2! Click our Map to see the locations, pictures and categories of the 50 nominations!     The Golden Hammer Awards Thursday, November 2, 2017 Monumental Church 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Tickets available heContinue Reading...

Sep 21

Directions to Tektonics!

Tonight’s Quoit Club is at Tektonics! The directions are a little challenging, so please use this link to make sure you have the correct directions! Click Here for the link! Here are the directions: Tektonics is located at 702 E. 4th Street, next to Williams Bridge Company. Our location is not directly on E. 4th Continue Reading...

May 3

Beauty in the Details: Classical Architecture in Downtown Richmond

A look at Richmond’s evolving downtown architecture and how its varied nature repeatedly has referenced classical elements and ancient precedent in architectural compositions both complex and modern. Moderated by Calder Loth, senior architectural historian, Virginia Department of Historic Resources. The event was held on April 7, 2016, at the Branch Museum of Architecture and Design Continue Reading...

Apr 6

The History and Development of Shockoe Valley

An educational panel discussion of Shockoe Valley with all its complexities, its architecture, the diverse population of races and classes that once called this area home, the role that Richmond played in the slave trade, the variety of commerce, and the impact of transportation. Panelists: Bryan Clark Green, Director of Preservation at Commonwealth Architects David Continue Reading...

Jan 21

Drawing on History: Infill Design Competition

Historic Richmond recognizes the needs and challenges of designing new construction on empty lots within the City of Richmond’s Old & Historic Districts. We are committed to maintaining the historic architectural integrity of Richmond while accommodating new buildings that will create our future legacy. In an effort to encourage thoughtful and creative design and dialogue, Continue Reading...

Virginia Historic Garden Week April 26 through May 3

BY EDWIN SLIPEK Style Weekly “It’s called Historic Garden Week, but that’s selling it short. For eight days beginning April 26, the doors and garden gates of 250 private residences — some grandiose, all enticing — will be thrown open for inspection and ogling. The vicarious thrills are considerable. And while many of the properties Continue Reading...