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Art on Main has expanded to open businesses on Main Street and beyond! Previously only for empty buildings, the annual project continued in the Spring of 2017 showing art in buildings on Main Street in Lynchburg between the 700 and 1300 Block.
The Art on Main project has concluded for 2018, however all of the art will be displayed in a pop-up exhibition at Riverviews Artspace through the month of September. Opening for the exhibit will be September 7th.
The streets and sidewalks of Lynchburg are connected to the James River by a network of over 15,000 stormwater drains. Whenever it rains, all the water—and whatever else is in the drain, including trash, oil, gasoline, and natural debris—is carried directly to the James River.
In order to raise awareness about the importance of stormwater drains in keeping the James River clean, Lynchburg Water Resources and the James River Council for the Arts and Humanities (JRCAH) are inviting artists to submit designs for storm drain art in downtown Lynchburg.
Power Tools Racing
Power Tools Racing was a featured event at the Lynchburg Mini Maker Faire on Sunday, March 25, 2018.
We invite you to this family friendly competitive event. Simple rules, tons of fun!
Take a hand-held power tool, turn it a custom racing machine, and compete with your friends and neighbors. Don’t forget to decorate your racer and give it a bold name. Makers competed for prizes and bragging rights!
WinterLights on the Bluffwalk
WinterLights is a project to create vibrant, temporary public art that illuminates the Bluffwalk, attracting visitors to visit downtown in the evenings of February 2017. We're seeking design proposals from area artists, youth groups, agencies, businesses and individuals.
The next WinterLights is postponed to February 2019. Look for an announcement in the fall of 2018 about next winter's schedule and features.
Thanks very much for your interest and support for our 2016 and 2017 events, and thank you in advance for your interest in 2019!
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The Arts Council, in partnership with the City of Lynchburg, is conducting a study measuring the economic impact of nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their audiences.
"Drink Up Lynchburg" is a program to provide artistic public drinking fountains downtown.
The Art of Active Transportation seeks to utilize art and artistic impression to express the value and beauty of active transportation – walking, biking and public transit.