(Re)Framing Protest – in partnership with Richmond Free Press photojournalists Regina H. Boone and Sandra Sellars,– offers a framework to explore how tactics such as graffiti and graphic design can give voice to traumatic social unrest while also becoming a transformative blueprint for unexpected placemaking and community building. 

Our Mission

The Branch Museum elevates the awareness of the transformative power of architecture and design.

Find Us

2501 Monument Avenue, Richmond VA 23220

804.655.6055

frontdesk@branchmuseum.org

Parking available in the First Baptist lot off of Robinson and Park

Visit Us

Monday–Friday

10:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday

10:00 AM – 4:00PM

Closed Sunday

 $5 suggested admission

Connect With Us

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Mini Concerts

Live at The Branch: Mini Concerts feature musical artists performing and engaging in dialogue with the audience. 

Webinars

Watch our library of past webinars and register for upcoming webinars with makers, designers, architects, and authors from a diverse array of backgrounds and practices.

Guided Tours

The Branch Museum’s architecture is one of the oldest preserved Tudor Revival masterpieces in the commonwealth of Virginia – and there’s nothing like seeing it from inside the gates.

Sign up here to be notified as soon as guided tours are scheduled.

Tuesday Yoga

Join us Tuesday evenings for yoga with instructor Erin Lingo hosted in The Branch Museum main gallery.

Our direct line to events management during non-business hours is (804) 658 – 6113.