Calendar of Events
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
The Ivy Creek Foundation is conducting a landscape restoration and preservation of River View Farm, and we invite you to join the Batten community for an awesome volunteer opportunity.
Join us in honoring MLK Day by donating goods to the Charlottesville City of Promise.
Journalist Jill Lawrence and psychologist Pamela Gipson Banks discuss the recent culture wars over how race is taught in public schools.
City Center at the Jefferson School welcomes you to our Open House on January 19, 2023.
Join us for this Community MLK Celebration event with Karen Walrond, author of The Lightmaker's Manifesto - free and open to all.
Join UVA Engineering for a fire-side chat style discussion with Dean Meara Habashi and Dr. Wesley Harris.
Join us for a screening of I Am Not Your Negro, an Oscar nominated film by Raoul Peck that uses an unfinished manuscript by James Baldwin to dive deep into the history of race relations in the US through the lives and deaths of Medgar Evers, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X. This film is free and open to the public.
This year will be the 38th Annual Community Worship Service commemorating the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The UVA School of Architecture will host Dr. Hazel Edwards, a professor in the Department of Architecture at Howard University, for the Dean’s Forum Inclusion + Equity Lecture.
Join us for a moderated discussion with Dr. Ebony Hilton Buchholz and Dr. Irène Mathieu. The discussion will also be broadcast via Zoom.
A conversation with Virginia Chief Justice John Charles Thomas ’75. UVA Law School Dean Risa Goluboff will present the Gregory H. Swanson Award.
Scholar-activist Dr. Yaba Blay will deliver the 2023 Community MLK Celebration keynote address.
Join us for the opening night of Black Joy Is: Ferocious, Fearless, Forever, Female, For Me. This exhibition, which runs from January 27 through March 25, 2023, creates an opportunity for a diverse group of local and regional African American female artists to examine what “Black Joy Is” means to each of them.
Join us for an event featuring A'Lelia Bundles, author of On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C.J. Walker.
Join the Colonnade Club and the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia for a presentation of pieces from: TELL THEM WE ARE RISING, a survey of the black educational experience in Virginia by Elvatrice Parker Belsches.
A conversation with Jonathan Evans (ARCH '04) and Katie Swenson (ARCH '00) about the historic significance and the design process behind "The Embrace" sculpture in Boston, Massachusetts.