March 24 - May 13, 2023
Linear Function opening reception 5-7pm March 19. This exhibition features work from Sarah Grace Cheek, Joe Grant, Tracy Greene, Daphne Judith Lee, Sara Morales Morgan, Christine Orr, Kiara Pelissier, Lynn Read, Caitie Sellers, Becky Soderberg, Nanda Soderberg, Sarah Tector, Annabel Wrigley
January 19 - March 2023
Join us Thursday, January 19 from 5-8 for the opening reception of Galactic Selfies and Iconic Discoveries of Archer Adler. This exhibition comes from the studio of Rachel Rader. Rachel lives in Richmond, VA where she dabbles in a myriad of materials and forms of expression as a multidisciplinary artist. In her current project, Ancient Truth Investigators, she combines her love of performance with her devotion to material exploration.
November 16 - January 2023
Join us this Wednesday, November 16 from 6-9 for the opening reception of More! More! More! Featuring weavings by Amber Jenson and one-of-a-kind, collaborative jewelry by Sarah Tector and Jenny Southern. More! More! More! is a celebration of additive making, questioning “what if” and getting lost in the process.
October 12 - November 12
Alma's is pleased to welcome Annabel Wrigley Back for her 1st solo exhibition. This show features both large and small scale fiber pieces.
September 15 - October 8
Our final spotlight is shining on Richmond-based artist Rice Evans. Artist's Reception is Thursday September 15 from 6-8pm.
August 3 - September 10
Tender Presence brings together queer makers who instill, exemplify, or even resist the intimacy of tender interactions. Objects in this exhibition embody the softer side of human connection through their presence, potential use, and material qualities.
July 6 - 23, 2022
Second in Alma's Summer Spotlight series, we are shining a light on Richmond artist Anna Showers-Cruser.
June 15 - July 2, 2022
Opening Alma's Summer Spotlight series, Alma's is shining a light on Richmond artist Chelsea Lee.
March 16 - June 11, 2022
Common Era, an exhibition by Morgan Gilbreath. Gilbreath is a glass and mixed-media artist whose work investigates the intersections between religion, history, and labor.
January 16 - March 9, 2022
Featuring Christina Boy (VA); Alicia Dietz (VA); Annie Evelyn (NC) and Aspen Golann (NC). Exceptionally crafted furniture pieces and accessories for the home.