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Stuff to do: Mother India at Gallery5, the Sistine Chapel at Stony Point, and Art of Noise at Brown's Island 

click to enlarge Richmond hip-hop legend Mad Skillz performing during a past Art of Noise at the National.

Richmond hip-hop legend Mad Skillz performing during a past Art of Noise at the National.

Mother India opening at Gallery5 on Friday, Sept. 2

A group of artists help convey the rich and colorful history of Indian art and artists, from paintings and ceramics to film, photos and projections. The vibrant month-long show kicks off at Gallery5 during the First Friday art walk in historic Jackson Ward. 5 to 11 p.m. gallery5arts.org

click to enlarge Prabir Mehta, president and CEO of The Great Big Everything, and chair of the board of directors at Gallery5.
  • Prabir Mehta, president and CEO of The Great Big Everything, and chair of the board of directors at Gallery5.

Broadway in Richmond’s “Wicked” through Sept. 11 at the Altria Theater

Read our in-depth preview here. For more information, visit broadwayinrichmond.com or call (804) 592-3368.

Art of Noise at Brown’s Island on Sunday, Sept. 4

Billed as “the party for music lovers.” One of the city’s best old school dance parties with hip-hop deejays rocking your faves. Gates open at 4 p.m. and the show starts at 6 p.m. Entrance to Brown’s Island is through the 5th Street entrance only. Early bird tickets sold out. Tickets now $40-$50. Tickets are available here.

Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition at Stony Point Fashion Park, starts Friday, Sept. 2

Can’t make it to Italy? Then get thee to the mall. Check out a life-sized reproduction of Michelangelo’s masterpiece, fresco by fresco, located next to Pandora jewelry. The visit takes around 60 to 90 minutes. Tickets are $15.30 for children and $22.40 for adults. All ages. Visit here for more information.

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