At Richmond’s Executive Mansion — the nation’s oldest, purpose-built governor’s mansion — the new year presents an opportunity to continue the decades-old tradition of welcoming Virginians and visitors. With the addition of loaned artwork from every corner of the Commonwealth in the new “Art Experience”, an updated website and interior restorative refreshments, 2022 was a big year. As we enter into the Virginia General Assembly legislative session, we look forward to welcoming elected officials to the Executive Mansion over the course of session and throughout 2023.
Learn more at the Executive Mansion's Happenings page.
The Art Experience at the Executive Mansion celebrates African American histories and talents, not only during Black History Month but throughout the year. Through the help of gracious partnerships with institutions like Hampton University and living artists such as William Clarke, we are honored with the opportunity to display the artistic contributions of the Black community inside Virginia's home. Watch to learn more and visit the Mansion on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to check out these amazing works in person.
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