EVENTS

‘RICHMOND’ Mural Dedication, May 2019   Purchase ‘RICHMOND’ Tee

‘RICHMOND’ Mural Dedication, May 2019

Purchase ‘RICHMOND’ Tee

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PAST EVENTS

Richmond Night Market

July 2019

Black Belt Jones (Silly Genius x PT Carroll) were invited as the featured artists for the monthly Richmond Night Market in the heart of Shock Bottom. The event features live music, art, and vendors local to the city. Complemented by the sounds of Billy Crystal Fingers, Black Belt Jones were able to showcase what All City Art Club is doing outside of the busy downtown area.

Richmond Mural Dedication Cookout

may 2019

To commemorate the creation of the ‘RICHMOND’ Mural, All City Art Club hosted a dedication cookout in the center of Hull Street where there wasn’t much to see at first. Held at the intersection of Hull Street and Midlothian, it was easy to catch a whiff of Nomad’s Deli and Holistic Alayé’s food, the swarm of people wearing ‘RICHMOND’ tees and the mural itself. Hip Hop Henry and Devin Michael held down the sounds and Southerns On New Ground brought awareness to Black Mamas Bail Out. Photo Credit: Cheats Movement

DILLA’S DELI

FEBRUARY 2019

An annual event highlighting the late producer/rapper James “J Dilla” Yancey, known for his mesmerizing samples. Frequently collaborating with Groups like De La Soul, Pharcyde, The Roots, and many more acts in the mid-1990s and early 2000s. Dilla is considered a musical genius and his influence is beyond measurable.

Since passing fans and Hiphop afficinados alike honor his legacy. Many cities have celebration, Richmond is no different. Folks gathered around to celebrate his legacy over his favorite food donuts. There was djing and art made by locals honoring his works.

MEET YOUR DOOM

OCTOBER 2018

Paying homage to Long Island native and rapper, MF Doom, multiple All City Art Club artists came together for an evening of art, hip-hop, and food prepared by Chef George. The intimate gallery style paired with hospitality and hip-hop created vibes only ACAC can offer. Open to the public, many were introduced not only to the artists but to MF Doom. Artists featured were Silly Genius, PT Carroll, Jay Bordeaux, and Narda. Music spun by DJ B-Rice and Hip Hop Henry.