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Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen offers residents and visitors in the metropolitan Richmond region an unparalleled opportunity to experience the arts, entertain new ideas, develop a new talent, and experience first-hand, all the best this community has to offer.

2880 Mountain Rd, Glen Allen, VA, 23060

Place Type

Art Center


804) 261-2787





Upcoming Events

Sunday Brunch Market
9/1 11am

FIRST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH FROM SEPT. - NOVEMBER Spend Sunday afternoon strolling through a variety of farmers’ market and arts market vendors, relaxing on...

The Taters in concert at The Cultural Arts Center
9/13 7pm

The Taters are local favorites, known for playing Roots-pop: an eclectic mix of roots-rock, power-pop, country, and Americana – a sound that's been described...

Art Night: Exhibit Grand Opening at The Cultural Arts Center
9/19 6pm

Free Event | Meet the Artists! | Wine & Beer Cash Bar | Fun for all ages! Art Night at The Cultural Arts Center is the perfect way to celebrate the arts...

3 Redneck Tenors in Concert
9/25 7pm

3 Redneck Tenors is a mixture of down home laughs with big city music! It has been said that if 'Larry the Cable Guy, Il Divo, and Mrs. Doubtfire had a...

An Evening of Bluegrass – Featuring Josh Grigsby and County Line
10/4 7pm

Recognized as one of Virginia's fast rising new bluegrass bands, Josh Grigsby and County Line take the stage October 4th at The Cultural Arts Center at 7pm!...

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Linda Hollett-Bazouzi

Linda Hollett-Bazouzi left a positive review 5/16/2019

Excellent reception! The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen is an wonderful venue. The refreshments were stellar, and the artwork wonderful. A very rewarding experience for artists and visitors alike.

Charlotte Scharff

Charlotte Scharff left a review 7/13/2018

Enjoyed seeing Ann Vannoy and Nancy McMahon together again. I've been a fan of both for 30 years or so. Great role for Scott Garza. Elliot Eisenberg once again played the jovial nice guy. Didn't love the script.