Thurs., Feb. 14
Faculty members and South African choreographer Gregory Maqoma will perform new work in a concert hosted by the VCUarts Department of Dance and Choreography.
8 p.m., Grace Street Theater (934 W. Grace St.) $15, or $10 with valid student ID
Sat., Feb. 16
The ICA’s Daniel and Brett Sundheim Chief Curator Anthony Elms will give a detailed tour of “Cauleen Smith: Give It or Leave It.” The new gallery offers antidotes to the perceived hopelessness of American society.
1-2 p.m., Institute for Contemporary Art (601 W. Broad St.) Free.
Sun., Feb. 17
Trombonist, composer and Jazz Studies Director Antonio García will host a recital. Additional performances include vocalist Mary Hermann García, The Nashville Avenue Stompers, VCU Jazz Orchestra I, the VCU Greater Richmond High School Jazz Band and a recording from the VCU Commonwealth Singers.
4 p.m., W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts (922 Park Ave.) Free.
Sat., Feb. 16
Celebrate the Lunar New Year and enjoy art-making activities, demonstrations and performances. A full list of events can be found at vmfa.museum.
10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (200 N. Boulevard) Free.
Tues., Feb. 19
The Student National Pharmaceutical Association will have free food, a performance from VCU’s Latin dance group, a student fashion show in cultural attire and a speech from professor Jeffrey L. Wilson. For information on reservations, visit SNPhA on Facebook.
6 p.m., Jonah L. Larrick Student Center (900 Turpin St.) Free, RSVP online.
Fri., Feb. 15
Princeton University history professor Erika Milam will give a lecture on the danger and hope offered by the theory of evolution.
10:30 a.m., Commonwealth Ballroom, University Student Commons (907 Floyd Ave.) Free.
Mon., Feb. 18
Understand the step-by-step process of finding and renting an apartment for the first time. Learn about deposits, leases, budgets and tenant rights.
2-3 p.m., Suite 229, University Student Commons (907 Floyd Ave.) Free.