VIDEO: Style Weekly's Arts Party 2009 

A celebration of our Unboxed exhibit and the Richmond arts community.

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At the First Fridays Artwalk in February, Style Weekly launched its Midseason Arts Issues, toasted the Richmond arts community and held an exhibit featuring newspaper boxes transformed by local artists.

We also joined in a special recognition ceremony of local nominees for the Governor's Arts Awards, led by Richmond Ballet's Keith Martin and former first lady of Virginia, Jeannie Baliles.

The event, which drew long lines outside Ghostprint Gallery Feb. 6, explored the art of the everyday. Art 180's "Change for a Ten" project inspired the exhibit. The evening was co-sponsored by First Market Bank and Ghostprint Gallery, with special thanks to Mosaic Unique Events.

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