Whats happening: Events calendar

See something

VCUarts Open Nite

Friday, Dec. 7

See work from students in many of the art departments at VCU, including Cinema, Fashion Design & Merchandising, Interior Design, Graphic Design and Photography & Film. The event is free and all are welcome.

5 -8 p.m., Pollak Building (325 N. Harrison St.)

Ramifications of VCU Winter Concert

Friday, Dec. 7

Join The Ramifications — VCU’s a cappella group — at their final concert on the last day of classes. Music will include holiday classics, Billie Eilish and Panic! at the Disco. The concert is free and will be in the Commons Theater.

7-8:30 p.m., VCU Student Commons

“Rocky Horror Picture Show” — Holiday Special

Saturday, Dec. 8

Enjoy a showing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” presented by the Orgasmic Rush of Lust Cast. The group is a live shadow cast, meaning they perform the show while the film plays on the screen behind them.

11:59 p.m., Bow Tie Cinemas (1301 N. Boulevard)

Do something

Winter VA Comicon

Saturday, Dec. 8

For one day only, comic-con will return with artist tables, cosplayers and a costume contest with a panel of judges. Tickets can be purchased online for $12 or at the event for $15.

11 a.m.-4 p.m., Richmond Raceway Complex (600 E. Laburnum St.)

Vintage is for Lovers RVA Holiday Market

Sunday, Dec. 9

Enjoy a selection of Richmond’s best vintage vendors, artists and makers at the historic Hippodrome Theater in Jackson Ward. Tickets are $5 can be purchased online or at the event. All ticket proceeds will go to Family & Children’s Trust Fund of Virginia.

Noon-5 p.m., The Hippodrome Theater (528 N. 2nd St.)

Learn something

Meet VCU’s Authors: Brooke Newman

Thursday, Dec. 6

Brooke Newman will discuss her new book, “Dark Inheritance: Blood, Race and Sex in Colonial Jamaica,” which re-examines the history of race and subjecthood in the British Atlantic. Newman is a history professor at VCU and the associate director of the Humanities Research Center.

4-5 p.m., Cabell Library, room 250

Integrative Health Resource Fair

Monday, Dec. 10

Learn about the resources offered for patients at the Massey Cancer Center. The event will center around Massey’s Integrative Health program, which combines medical care with the physical, mental and spiritual needs of patients.

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