What’s happening: Mar. 20 events calendar

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“Roma” Screening and Discussion

Thurs., Mar. 21

The Latino Medical Student Association will host a screening of “Roma” with H:UMAN (Humanities: Understanding MAN). The College of William and Mary’s director of Latin American Studies, Betsy Konefal, will lead a presentation before the film. A discussion will follow, and pizza and movie snacks will be provided. RSVP for food before March 20.

5:30-9 p.m., Room 5-101, James W. and Frances G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center (1201 E. Marshall St.) Free, RSVP online for food.

Provocations Performance: Tavishi feat. Womajich Dialyseiz

Fri.-Sat., Mar. 22-23

Sarmistha Talukdar will present “Tavishi,” her project combining scientific research data with classical Indian music and ambient elements. She will generate music from the plants in Rashid Johnson’s “Monument.” On Saturday, Womajich Dialyseiz, an improv collective made up of women and gender non-conforming people, will also perform.

4 p.m., Fri., 3 p.m., Sat., Institute for Contemporary Art (601 W. Broad St.) Free

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Tiny Shiny Jewelry Sale — Opening Reception

Thurs., Mar. 21

Students from craft and material studies will showcase and sell their work, including bracelets, brooches, rings and more. A portion of the proceeds will go to students attending the Society of North American Goldsmiths Conference in Chicago.

5-8 p.m., Quirk Gallery (207 W. Broad St.) Free

VCUarts Market

Fri., Mar. 22

This market will feature work from School of the Arts students, alumni, faculty and staff. Guests will be able to buy from the artists and vendors, including Studio 23, Rikrack, Jen Paxton, Jacob Eveland, Amelia Langford, Little Nomad, Dashiell Kirk and more.

4-8 p.m., Fine Arts Building (1000 W. Broad St.) Free

“Massive Resilience” Closing Reception

Fri., Mar. 22

Art 180 will host a public reception to close “Massive Resilience,” an exhibition from local high school students. The young artists visualized their thoughts on African-American history and the role Richmond played in the Atlantic slave trade.

6-8 p.m., Art 180 (114 W. Marshall St.) Free

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Women in Peace Corps Discussion Panel

Wed., Mar. 20

Women Peace Corps volunteers will explain their roles in the group and provide suggestions for the application process. For more information, visit peacecorps.gov.

6-7 p.m., Room 1030J, West Grace Street Student Housing North (830 W. Grace St.) Free

The Afterlife of Jim Crow: Artist Talk

Thurs., Mar. 21

Brian Palmer and Erin Holloway Palmer will talk about the photojournalistic work they’ve done in the East End Cemetery, culminating in their latest exhibition, “The Afterlife of Jim Crow.”

6-7 p.m., 1708 Gallery (319 W. Broad St.) Free

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