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ARTSPACE IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY FROM 12-4PM AND BY APPOINTMENT
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Artspace @ Plant Zero
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Directions to our gallery:
Artspace is located in the Plant Zero Art Center, 3 blocks south of the James River at the 14th Street Bridge, and is bounded by East 3rd St., Hull St., East 4th St., and Decatur St.
A fenced and lighted parking lot faces the E. 4th St. entrance and can be accessed from Hull St. or Decatur.
Artspace has access from within Plant Zero as well as a separate entrance physically located at 31 East 3rd St.
Artworks, a separately operated arts facility, occupies the front building of the complex facing Hull St. and has its own entrance on E. 4th. Street, next door to the main entrance of the Plant Zero facility.
From 95, take Exit 73, left on Maury St., right on Commerce, right on Hull St.
From The Downtown Expressway, 195
Driving from the toll booth towards 95 south
Take the exit at 7th St.
Proceed straight to 9th St. and turn right onto bridge.
Drive South across the Manchester Bridge which becomes Commerce St.
Stay left and go towards Hull St. (a McDonald's is on the right at Commerce and Hull)
Turn left one block past Hull St. at Decatur.
Back entrance to Parking lot is on the left between 5th and 4th streets. (or U-turn back to Hull St. and turn right, parking lot is on the right)
Still need help? Try going to www.expedia.com, click on "maps" - then search for East Fourth St. and Hull St., Richmond, VA 23224 - or 31 E. Third St., Richmond, VA 23224
Photos of artspace @ Plant Zero, 2008
Photos by Dan Mouer | Click for larger image
A view looking through the Main Gallery from the Frable Gallery towards East 3rd Street.
Main Gallery facing Helena Davis Gallery (on left) and Frable Gallery (on right).
E. 3rd St. entrance seen from the Main Gallery through the Suzanne Foley Gallery.
Suzanne Foley Gallery looking into the Main Gallery.
Frable Gallery looking into the Main Gallery.
Frable Gallery looking into the Helena Davis Gallery.
Click here to See photos taken during the construction of our gallery at Plant Zero.
General History and Mission
Entrance on Broad
A sign (above) marked the entrance to Artspace during its tenure at 6 E. Broad St. in Richmond, VA. The lobby (below) featured artwork from our member, sculptor Andrew Campbell.
photos by dana frostick
began in 1988 as an association of artists interested in exhibiting their own work
and providing a space for other artists to reach a wider audience in the greater Richmond, Virginia area.
Since then, Artspace has maintained a gallery
committed to showing first quality visual art in a variety of innovative styles and media.
The gallery has also been the forum for original work in poetry, prose, drama, dance and music.
The monthly exhibitions and performance art
series have placed Artspace on the cutting edge of the artistic scene in Richmond.
Works from the Artspace Members Showcase & Invitational 2000 in December fill the Foyer.
photo by dana frostick
Artspace is a nonprofit gallery for the visual and performing arts, promoting the understanding and awareness of contemporary art.
If you are interested in showing work as a non-member exhibitor, call or visit us for submission guidelines, or print out our online form:
If your work is accepted for an exhibition at Artspace, you will be required to follow these Gallery Guidelines. Please familiarize yourself with these guidelines before submitting your application.
Our performance art series, originally scheduled for the third Thursday of each month, has grown to include many Friday and Saturday events as well.
How to Apply for a Performance
ART 180's Gilpin Poets recite their new works in December, 2000, at one of Artspace's many Performance Series events.
photo by mitzi humphrey
If you are
interested in becoming a member of this dynamic association of working artists please read over our Application for Artist Membership and the Artspace Membership Categories.
Members and Volunteers
SANTA SERGIO DE HAVEN
MARY ANNE HENSLEY
LISA LEZELL LEVINE
MARTIN McFADDEN, LRPS
MICHAEL A. PIERCE
JESSICA L. SIMS
On-Leave Artist Members
LOU ANN KEMP DANIEL
HEIDI FIELD ALVAREZ
JO ANNA HICKMAN
Artist Members Emeritae
JOHN SURVIVOR BLAKE
President JESSICA L. SIMS
Vice-President JASON MOORE
Treasurer MARTIN McFADDEN, LRPS
Past-President MARTIN MCFADDEN, LRPS
SANTA DE HAVEN - Artist Member at Large
MARY BUCHANAN - Artist Member at Large
and Members of the Executive Committee
ARTSPACE IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TUES.-SUN. FROM 12-4PM AND BY APPOINTMENT