ADA Gallery An exhibition of vinyl art by Joey Slaughter, paintings by Matt Fisher and fabric art by Rachel Hayes, opens with a reception March 24, 7-10 p.m. There is a second reception April 7, 7-10 p.m. Through April 22. 228 W. Broad St. 644-0100.
Artspace "Accessing," mixed-media work by Charlie Ponticello, Peter Tansill and others, opens with a reception March 24, 7-10 p.m. Through April 23. 0 E. Fourth St. 232-6464.
Art Works Five shows open with a reception March 24, 7-10 p.m.: "Works of Anne Kruwitt," "March All Media Show," "Recent Works of Krishanna Spencer," "Paintings by Virginia Godfrey" and "Recent Works of K.B. Basseches." The shows run through April 23. 320 Hull St. 291-1400.
The Gallery Art and Design "Are You Afraid of Being Beautiful?" works on wood by Massino Catalani, opens with a reception March 24 at 7 p.m. Though April 30. 16 S. Dooley St. 355-0102.
Old Manchester Lofts A show of paintings by Chris Semtner opens with a reception March 24, 7-9 p.m. Through April 24. 815 Porter St. 814-6052.
Reynolds Gallery "Paintings" by William Willis opens with a reception March 24, 7-9 p.m. Through April 22. 1514 W. Main St. 355-6553.
White Canvas Gallery "A Travelogue," watercolors by Rodney Moser, opens with a reception March 24, 5:30-8 p.m. Through April 26. 111 S. 14th St. 782-1776.
1212 Gallery This new Manchester Gallery opens with an all-media show running through April 23. 12 E. 12th St. 233-9957.
1708 Gallery The Annual Benefit Art Auction runs through March. The auction is March 25. 319 W. Broad St. 643-1708.
ADA Galleries An exhibition of works by Warren Craghead and Tricia Keightley runs through March. 228 W. Broad St. 644-0100.
Art6 Gallery "World Enough and Time," works by photographer Kathleen McLaughlin and sculptor Virginia Tyack, runs through March 26. 6 E. Broad St. 343-1406.
Bainbridge Art Center "Night Light," an exhibition of neon artwork by Doug Solyan, Matthew Childrey and James Leighty, runs through April 3. 1312 Bainbridge St. 230-4544.
Brazier Fine Art Gallery "On Location," oil paintings by Junko Ono Rothwell, runs through March 31. 3401 W. Cary St. 359-2787.
Chop Suey Books "Nowhere to Go," an exhibition of new photographs by Travis Conner runs through April 8. 1317 W. Cary St. 497-4705.
Crossroads Art Center "Far East Influences," a juried gallery show featuring David Leahy, runs through April 13. 2016 Staples Mill Road. 278-8950.
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen The Southern Watercolor Society hosts its annual juried exhibition through May 13. 2880 Mountain Road. 261-6200.
Curated Culture at Cornerstone Gallery "Sustain," photography by Travis Fullerton, runs through March 31. 23 W. Broad St. 344-1508.
Eggspace Gallery An exhibition of work by Matt Lively and Susann Whittier runs through March. 521 W. Seventh St. 787-4247.
Elegba Folklore Society An exhibition of work by Ghanaian painter Ben Agbee runs through April 30. 101 E. Broad St. 644-3900.
Eric Schindler Gallery "Four Stories," wood engravings by Andy Farkas, runs through March 31. 2305 E. Broad St. 644-5005.
Flippo Gallery Randolph-Macon College's gallery presents a show of paintings by Setsuya Kotani, running through April 16. 211 N. Center St. 752-3018.
Friend House Gallery The photography of Elizabeth Thompson and the acid-etched metal paintings of Tom McCormack are on display through April 28. 27 Bollingbrook St. 931-1370.
Gallery5 "Re-Pressed," a show of works on paper from notebooks and journals covering the walls and ceiling of the gallery space, runs through March. 200 N. Marshall St. 644-0005.
Gallery 5800 An exhibition of Greg Osterhaus' oil paintings runs through April 4. 6800 Grove Ave. 285-0774.
Henry Street Gallery "Portraits/Models," an exhibition of works by Terry Lynn Smith, Georgia Meyers, Sheila Thomas, Mar Makay, Richard Buhrmann and Stan Berkowitz, runs through March. 422 W. Broad St. 247-1491.
Main Art Gallery "Interval and Contour," an exhibition of work by Andrew Havenhand, runs through March 28. 1537 W. Main St. 355-6151.
Nonesuch Art and Apparel A show of paintings by George Williams and Bobbi Corker runs through March. 918 W. Grace St. 649-4069.
Petersburg Area Art League Gallery "Little Monsters," an installation by Terry Ammons, continues through April 9. 7 E. Old St. 861-4611.
Petersburg Regional Art Center The "All Media Show," featuring work by Chase Decker, Richard Buhrmann, Sharon Crouse and David Martin, runs through April 8. 132 N. Sycamore St. 733-8200.
Project Space Gallery An exhibition of work by Diego Sanchez runs through March 27. 0 E. Fourth St. 726-4442.
Rentz Gallery "The Spirit of Life," paintings by Laura Loe, runs through April 10. 1700 W. Main St. 358-5338.
Richmond Public Library An exhibition of works by Pamela Sexton, students from Richmond Public Schools, David Kenedy, the American Sewing Guild and the Chesterfield County Art Teachers, plus a large painting by Heide Trepanier, runs through April 4. 101 E. Franklin St. 646-4256.
Solvent Space Harrell Fletcher's exhibition "The American War" continues through April 15. 0 E. Fourth St. 827-0984.
Uptown Gallery An exhibition of work by Tom Krusinis and Bart Dluhy runs through April. 1305 W. Main St. 353-8343.
VCU School of the Arts Building The VCU Department of Sculpture presents "Fixed and Hazardous Objects," an exhibition by visiting artist Ester Partegas, continues through April 6. 1000 W. Broad St. 828-7176.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts School Gallery "People, Places and Things" runs through March 31. 200 N. Boulevard. 340-1400.
Visual Arts Center of Richmond "Carrie Mae Weems: To Be Continued" runs through March 19. 1812 W. Main St. 353-0094.
White Canvas Gallery "Recent Work" by Anderson Giles and "Glass Vessels" by Sterling Crandall continue through March 22. 111 S. 14th St. 782-1776.
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