Behind-the-scenes peek of photographer Kristin Seward and CHF Board Member, Katie T., setting up the RVA Cures exhibition at University of Richmond downtown. They took a break to do an interview with Amy Lacey, too. RVA Cures tells the stories of children, caregivers, and researchers in our community who are facing childhood cancer. Special moments are captured in the exquisite photos of Kristin's Lens Of Hope series. RVA Cures runs September 1, 2017 - January 19, 2018. The highlight of RVA Cures are the walls covered with more than 100 wooden zebrafish ranging in size from 18 inches to 8 feet long. Richmond artists, well-known and emerging, along with our own young cancer patients hand-painted each fish in their creative styles. Every fish is available for sale or auction. Your purchase is given straight to the Connor's Heroes Pediatric Cancer Research Fund.
Learn about the exhibit and hours its open, visit. http://downtown.richmond.edu/gallery/rva-cures.html
Learn more about RVA Cures and how it will bridge the gap in funding for childhood cancer research, visit: www.connorsheroes.org/rvacures
See the catalog of zebrafish available for sale or auction: www.501auctions.com/rvacures