Richmond Culture Days is back with more ways to celebrate creativity
07 September 2022
Explore and celebrate arts and culture with a range of free activities offered during Richmond Culture Days, Friday, September 23 to Sunday, October 16.
Dozen of artists and arts organizations are part of this 17-day celebration that will kick off with an opening weekend filled with dozens of free, artist-led activities on Saturday, September 24 and Sunday, September 25. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days, the Richmond Cultural Centre (7700 Minoru Gate) will be a hub of activities with highlights that include:
- The launch of 2022 Richmond Writer-in-Residence program featuring spoken word poet Lindi Nolte
- The Arts Live Here exhibition opening at Richmond Museum
- The Other Hunger exhibition at the Richmond Art Gallery
- Portrait sittings with the Richmond Photo Club
- Theatre games with Gateway Theatre
- Performance and workshop with Richmond Improv Theatre Society
- Cantonese Opera, Richmond Orchestra and Chorus Association and more
- Hands-on demonstrations by the Chinese Artist Association of Richmond and Richmond Potters Club, among many others
Registration may be required for some activities. For more information about Richmond Culture Days, and to register for activities, visit www.richmond.ca/culturedays. Social media: @BCCultureDays #BCCultureDays
Richmond is consistently recognized as being among Culture Days’ top 10 most engaged cities in the country with lots of in-person and online free creative activities to discover across Richmond.