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Engaging local and regional artists at multiple sites throughout Charlottesville.
A collaborative project between Tom Tom and Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT), reimagining everyday transit as a canvas for public art.
In 2017, a new collaboration with the Book Festival will create residencies that span the month between the two festivals.
Paul Hostetler, a freelance illustrator, painter, and comics maverick, will host an illustration workshop during the festival.
Victory Hall Opera brings leading performers from around the world to develop a new aesthetic of opera theater that is vital, personal, and relevant.
For the week of Tom Tom, the tremendous expertise and passions of the Charlottesville community are on display.
Grab your bike and join this annual tour of Charlottesville’s public art, including the new additions to Tom Tom’s 2017 Mural Project.
Utilizing a vintage Airstream trailer, this project is a tool to connect UVA students to the community while chronicling a vibrant and changing city.
A curated documentary series featuring short films and trailers accompanied by panels with the filmmakers.
Share a meal with Charlottesville neighbors and help kick-off the Tom Tom Founders Festival at a special all-local showcase at IX Art Park.
The final concert series of Tom Tom features a diverse array of local performers in the midst of crafts, and great local food trucks.
An open air market featuring local and regional vendors at Lee Park.
Explore downtown’s largest art space. Throughout the day, McGuffey will be hosting workshops, demos, en plein air painting, and yoga on the lawn.
A grassroots event that brings the creation process out of the studio and into the streets.
Playful urbanism reimagines eight public parking spaces as stages, art installations, and environmental amenities.