Other Exhibitions and Displays

Other Exhibitions and Displays

A collection of color portraits of people from Richmond's disability community.Indoor Display

The capABLE Project

Included as an annual display in the VMHC's The Story of Virginia exhibition, The capABLE Project by The Next Move Program is a portrait series featuring the remarkable stories of young adults with diverse abilities and demonstrating how our entire community thrives when the disability community is included. Learn more.

 


Outdoor Artwork

Three banners on the museum's exterior wall depict multicolor collages of a woman's face, bees on bicycles, and other abstract shapes, with the words "Virginia Museum of History & Culture" and  "All In Together"All In Together

This project, created by artists Hamilton Glass and Matt Lively, features ongoing and multiple murals around Richmond that showcase the creativity and resilience of Virginians. Each mural was created from coloring sheets submitted by individuals and assembled by the artists to form a larger mural. Learn more.

 

 

The War Horse

On September 17, 1997, the Virginia Historical Society unveiled The War Horse, a memorial to the horses and mules killed during the Civil War, designed by Tessa Pullan of Rutland, England, and given to the historical society by Paul Mellon of Upperville, Virginia. The life-size bronze sculpture is on display at the South entrance to the Virginia Museum of History & Culture.