OCTOBER 19, 2017 / Color + Sip for a Cause
Inky Richmond‘s first coloring party is also a fundraiser for Frank Community Farm!
Tickets on Eventbrite. Join us at Perk! Coffeehouse + Lunchbox for a wine flight, live music, and a super-fun evening.
2620 Buford Rd, N. Chesterfield, VA 23235
OCTOBER 15, 2017 / Pop-Up Art Installation
Laura Marr will transform the brick plaza outside Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Conservatory into a butterfly-themed carpet
made from seasonal natural materials such as pine cones, gumballs, marigolds, rose petals, acorn caps, and colorful leaves.
1800 Lakeside Avenue, Richmond, VA 23228
SEPTEMBER 21st & 22nd, 2017 / The Ivy Market
This exclusive Holiday Shopper’s Fair will be held at The Tuckahoe Women’s Club in Richmond.
4215 Dover Rd, Richmond, VA 23221
AUGUST 27, 2017 / Book Signing at St. John’s Church, 1 pm
Enjoy a fantastic afternoon of history and art! Come for the incredible Liberty or Death Reenactment at St. John’s Church,
and meet artist Laura Marr afterward. Marr will be signing copies of her book, Inky Richmond, after the performance.
2319 East Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223
JULY 16, 2017 / The Brunch Market
Come for the food, leave with cool stuff! Meet artist Laura Marr and other fantastic vendors at The Brunch Market (Lunch/Supper), in Scott’s Addition.
3023 W. Marshall Street, Richmond, VA 23220
JUNE 11, 2017 / The Foundry Market
Enjoy an afternoon at Historic Tredegar’s Foundry Market. History, artisans, fun! 11 am – 4 pm.
500 Tredegar Street, Richmond, VA 23219
MAY 11, 2017 WRIC
It was great to talk to Morgan Dean about Inky Richmond during WRIC’s Good Morning, Richmond show on Channel 8 this morning!
MARCH 29, 2017 / Book Launch
A book launch party was hosted by Barbara Kasten and Hilary Piland, to celebrate the release of Inky Richmond luxe coloring book. Gathered for an outdoor party at the top of iconic Church Hill, the view of downtown Richmond, Virginia was the perfect place for the group to toast the new book. The party progressed to various sites shown in the book; St. John’s Church, The Poe Museum, and Main Street Station.