ART & CULTURE
757 Makerspace is 44,000+SF of community workshop and studio spaces. Since 2013, we have provided tools, equipment and space for designers, technologists, innovators, artists and creatives to collaborate and bring ideas to life.
The MIC, short for "Market Interactive Community," is an extraordinary brick-and-mortar establishment situated in the heart of downtown Norfolk. Our mission is to bring together vendors from all over Hampton Roads, offering a transient diverse selection of items under one roof. The MIC is a multifaceted boutique that exudes an exploratory market environment for speculative patrons and artisan vendors alike.
The Make(Her) Collective is on a mission to hold space for an inclusive community of women-identifying makers in which ALL feel supported, safe, and celebrated through every phase of their small business growth.
At Hunter House Victorian Museum, we aspire to be more than simply a collection of unique objects. We are devoted to creating a living, interactive learning experience through events and exhibitions. Our carefully curated private collection attempts to impart our knowledge and ideas, and instills excitement and imagination in our visitors.
The Hermitage features a nationally recognized art collection spanning 5,000 years, changing indoor and outdoor exhibitions, a Visual Arts Studio, and 12 acres of gardens and grounds that offer art and culture to the community.
The Chrysler Museum exists to enrich and transform lives. We bring art and people together through experiences that delight, inform, and inspire.
Slover Library blends traditional library functions with the best of contemporary library resources and services. The innovative space design creates a vital and dynamic center of community learning, leading-edge technology and civic engagement available to all citizens of the region, and is known as an attraction for residents and visitors alike.
We believe that our mission is most effectively fulfilled through a commitment to inclusiveness as a core value and practice. We maintain that building and sustaining diversity requires an ongoing commitment to inclusion that must find full expression in our organizational culture, values, norms, and behaviors.
The Ghent Farmers Market is proud to highlight local farmers and vendors, showcasing local products to Ghent, norfolk and the nearby residents. The market is located at Blair Middle School on Colley Avenue in Norfolk, Virginia and is within easy walking distance from many of the surrounding neighborhoods, making it a fun destination for neighbors to visit and shop local.