On Thursday, May 2nd, River City Recycling will have a truck in the parking lot of the Corrugated Box Building (Porter Street side) from 8:30am until noon collecting recyclables and will donate $.15 per pound to Children’s Hospital. Clean out the things you no longer need or want in support of a very worthwhile cause. Click the link above for a list of what RCR accepts.
C3 Breakfast Club:
Richmond 2015: A Look Inside the International Cycling Race with Tim Miller and Ibrahim Abdul-Matin
March 12, 2013
7:30 - 9:00 am
Join Tim Miller, COO of Richmond 2015, and Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, Sustainability Consultant at The Frontier Project, as they lift the hood on the 2015 World Road Cycling Championships (Worlds), a international cycling event will will bring hundreds of thousands of people to Richmond for nine days in 2015. Hear what’s being planned and how the race can positively impact our community.
Learn how a traditionally European-held event found its way to Richmond and the infrastructure and collaboration required to make it a success. As Tim and Ibrahim examine the role of arts, design and community partnerships required to create a memorable experience for race visitors, they will invite the audience to join in the conversation and share ideas for how the RVA community can work together to deliver a world-class event. Come join us for what is certain to be a lively talk and engaging dialogue!
Cost: $20 (includes Breakfast)
Corrugated Box Building (Old Manchester)
201 W. 7th Street
Richmond, VA 23224
@C3Richmond ED: Left Brain Advice for Right Brain Professionals
“How to Get Your Book Published” with Charlie Finley of Verbatim Editing
November 14, 2012
12 Noon -1 PM
Here at the Corrugated Box Building.
Have you ever thought of writing a book? How would you start? How would you publish it? Do you really need an editor or an agent? Learn how to turn your manuscript into a successful book.
Charlie Finley of Verbatim Editing will discuss the process and basics of literary editing and publishing, the publishing industry, four ways to get a book published, and how much it will cost to do it. He is going to try to condense his 3 hour workshop down to 40 minutes, but wants to leave time for plenty of questions.… He has lots of handouts. Charlie is an editor and publisher and in the last 12 years, he has published over 65 books for various Virginia authors.
Free Event! Pizza and Beverage provided by: YLD Lawyers for the Arts Committee of the Virginia Bar Association and Thinking of You Creations.
Presented in collaboration with YLD Lawyers for the Arts Committee of the Virginia Bar Association.
AIGA Richmond is gearing up for RVA’s premier design competition. But we need just one more thing: YOU! The Richmond Chapter of AIGA is in the planning stages of the area’s top design competition, the Greater Richmond Awards for Design Excellence, better known as GRADE. We’re looking forward to the seventh year of this nationally-juried, regional design event.
To help us get started, AIGA Richmond needs volunteers to help with all aspects of this event. From coordination of the entries to the execution of the exhibit and ceremony, this is your chance to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse and hands-on involvement to carry out an incredible celebration of design. At this informational meeting here the Corrugated Box Building Tuesday, October 16th, at 6pm, we’ll share the facts about GRADE, what we’re looking for, and find opportunities for you to take part in this biennial occasion.
If you cannot attend this quick meeting, but are interested in helping as a volunteer, contributing as a sponsor, or just finding out more, please email Amanda Vance, Director of Competitions, at email@example.com.
Tickets are on sale now for the October Feast, to be held 10/14 at Page Bond Gallery. It’s also not too late to submit ideas for projects with an Environmental focus for potential inclusion. Dinner will be provided by Lamplighter, and musical entertainment will be included. We strongly suggest getting your tickets now before it’s too late!
Tonight, 3north architect Damon Pearson and interior designer Emily Smith as Co-chairs of the James River Green Building Council “Green Spaces” Competition, will be headlining the AIA Richmond Wine and Design event at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery. Event info, registration here.Going on now. Go to Hardywood and see 3north’s Damon Pearson and Emily Smith talk about Green Spaces.