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CultureWorks serves the Richmond and Tri-Cities region, along with the counties of Charles City, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, Powhatan, and the town of Ashland. These areas include an array of constituents from individual practicing artists and grassroots arts organizations, to large well-established cultural nonprofits. Their mission is to drive a vibrant community by inspiring, enabling and cultivating world-class arts and culture.

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MEDARVA Low Vision Center is central Virginia’s only full-time private low vision rehabilitation center. Since 1998, the MEDARVA Low Vision Center has been helping the vision impaired in Richmond resume their daily living activities, regain their independence, and improve their quality of life.

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VPM (formerly known as WCVE) is the largest locally owned and operated public media company in Central Virginia. As Virginia’s home for public media, VPM provides the best of PBS and NPR programming coupled with a strong set of community-based programs and services designed to make an important impact in the areas of arts, news, history, science and education.

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When Virginians look for their trusted news source, they turn to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. In addition to award-winning news reporting, The Times-Dispatch specializes in business, sports and entertainment coverage. The RTD also provide thought-provoking commentary as well as advertising solutions that drive results for local businesses.

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The Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI) is committed to providing quality services to assist Virginia’s citizens who are blind, deafblind or vision impaired in achieving their desired level of employment, education, and personal independence. The department provides an array of specialized services to blind Virginians of all ages to assist them in attaining the skills, confidence and positive outlook that are critical to independence.

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Since 1946, the the Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center has been improving the health of the men and women who have so proudly served our nation. Services are available to more than 200,000 veterans coming from 52 cities and counties covering 22,515 miles of central and southern Virginia and parts of northern North Carolina.

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Virginia Repertory Theatre is a nonprofit, professional theatre company and the result of the 2012 merger of Barksdale Theatre and Theatre IV. Virginia Rep has four distinct venues, as well as an educational touring arm, and is the largest professional theatre and one of the largest performing arts organizations in Central Virginia. Virginia Rep dedicated to the development and production of new plays, and seeks outside producing collaboration to ensure the play has a life beyond its development and production at Virginia Rep. For 65 years Virginia Rep has served Virginia’s adults, children, families and schools and contributed to the cultural, educational, and economic life of our city and region.

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In 2010, RTP transformed an old radiator shop into a warm and welcoming new venue, after vacating the crumbling building in which its theater had been housed. Since that time, RTP has won acclaim from its growing and diverse audiences, as well as from the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle, with over 90 “Best” nominations, the inaugural People’s Choice Award, and numerous awards for Best Play and Best Musical.

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Local dance enthusiasts founded Richmond Ballet in 1957 as a performance outlet for students in local dance programs. In 1984, Richmond Ballet became the first professional ballet company in the Commonwealth and was designated “The State Ballet of Virginia” in 1990. Richmond Ballet’s mission is to awaken and uplift the human spirit, both for audiences and artists. It is dedicated to the promotion, preservation and continuing evolution of the art form of ballet. Richmond Ballet strives to keep meaningful works of dance alive and to produce and foster new works that remain true to these values.