As a prelude to the Heart of Virginia Festival and to celebrate our more than 30 years of service to the local community, artists affiliated with Central Virginia Arts are opening their studios to the public from 11 am to 2 pm, on Saturday, April 6. It’s an opportunity to meet the artists, see their work, and ask questions about the creative process. What a great way to spend a Saturday in early spring!
This year’s studio tours will highlight the diversity of our artists, including painters, sculptors, and model makers.
Two studios at different locations will be open from 11 am to 2 pm: Richard and Deborah McClintock at 1001 Fourth Avenue Extended, in Farmville, and Lisa Hoffman at 988 Sulphur Spring Road, in Prospect
Visit the studio of your choice or both. Refreshments will be available. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon.
Cumberland County will hold the Patriot Day Festival on April 27, 2019, from noon until 5:00 pm. 8' x 10' spaces are available for vendors at $25.00 for a space for those who wish to sell. Multiple artists may share a booth.
Informational and display spaces are free. There will be entertainment and games for the children all afternoon. The program will consist of band music, singing, and a skit that portrays the county's First Call for Independence from Great Britain.
In the case of Riverside Café sales, Riverside collects the sales tax from the buyer, The CVA then distributes the artist's 70% share of the sale plus 100% of the sales tax collected. 25% of the Riverside Café sales goes to Riverside Café, and 5% goes to the CVA.