Pottery, films premiere at Pine Camp Jan. 11
1/11/2019, 6 a.m.
A new exhibit opening at Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center on Friday, Jan. 11, will feature two student-made movies and new pottery created at the community arts center at 4901 Old Brook Road.
The opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. will include the premieres of a short horror film, “The Power of Kindness,” and of a murder mystery, “The Smell of Death: A Shocking Story.”
Richmond youths enrolled in the Growing the 4H Program made the movies at Pine Camp as part of a cooperative effort between the center and 4H, according to Tamara Jenkins, spokeswoman for the city Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities.
The new exhibit in the Spotlight Gallery through Jan. 31 will feature pottery created by master instructors and their adult and youth students during their fall classes at Pine Camp.
The reception is free and open to the public.
Details: (804) 646-3677.