BOTJ projection mappingFebruary 16, 2017
Eugene Bradbury projection mappingFebruary 28, 2017
I was asked by Gallery 5 in Richmond to help ‘light it up’ for the 2017 Inlight show in Richmond, VA. Had an amazing time showing up, without a scout and figuring it all out onsite as the sun set. What a thrill to pull it off and help make for a fantastic evening.
Rounding out the projection fun as an indoor installation inside the gallery.
Gallery5 is located in Richmond, Virginia’s, Historic Jackson Ward district. The gallery opened its doors on April 15, 2005 in an effort to save the life of a National Historic Landmark known as Steamer Company No. 5. Built in 1849, Steamer Company No. 5, is Virginia’s oldest firehouse and Richmond’s oldest police station and jailhouse.This landmark has survived threats of demolition by the City of Richmond for over 3 decades. Without the dedication of volunteers over the past 35 years, an important piece of our city’s history would have been lost.
The downtown arts community has grown exponentially since Gallery5 became an anchor destination, attracting other galleries and businesses to the area. Gallery5 is very proud of its contribution to the revitalization of the historic Jackson Ward neighborhood, and to the many artists and arts organizations that call the area home. Gallery5 is paving the way for positive community change through numerous campaigns, educational workshops, public arts collectives and grassroot collaborations.