VENUE COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS
Capacity at this venue is limited to 175 attendees. Early arrival is strongly encouraged.
Masks are required for all individuals in this venue.
Address & Contact Info
233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA, United States
Elevators on site.
Two-level parking deck on site accessible via 4th Street.
Events at this venue
Food and Blackness
Cultural critic Clarkisha Kent and scholar Psyche A. Williams-Forson meet to discuss how racism operates in the practice and culture of eating.
Book Arts Open House
Stop by to watch members of the Virginia Center for the Book’s Book Arts Center demonstrate the art and craft of bookmaking, and try your hand at a few easy-to-learn crafts.
A Sci-Fi Salon: Flying the Coop
Distinguished Virginia Tech professor Lucinda Roy meets with writers and readers in this informal salon to discuss her latest book, “Flying the Coop.”
Folklore and Futures
A future-focused, materialist, and collaborative approach to cultural work is what Emily Hilliard offers in “Making our Future: Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia.”
Furious Flower Poetry Hour
Join past and present members of JMU’s Furious Flower Poetry Center for poetry readings and discussion.
2023 Same Page Community Read
We’re pleased to share that our 2023 Same Page featured book is Ross Gay’s “The Book of Delights.” Gay will be in conversation about this book and his most recent work, “Inciting Joy.”
National Book Foundation Presents: An Afternoon with the National Book Awards
John Keene (“Punks: New & Selected Poems”) and Robert Samuels & Toluse Olorunnipa (“His Name Is George Floyd: One Man’s Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice”) discuss how singular stories collectively shape history.