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FY2022-2023 Impact Report

FY2022-2023 Impact Report

Richmond Art Center’s programs continue to provide pathways for lifelong arts learning through exhibitions, arts education, and community events. This Impact Report offers a snapshot of how our work over the past year has engaged the local community, especially Richmond-residents and under-resourced artists.

Behind the scenes, the organization is strong and stable. During two years of the pandemic we were able to stay afloat and operate without a deficit. In FY2022-23 Richmond Art Center planned a budget deficit – in order to build back quickly post-pandemic with new programs and staff – and were able to end the year with a much smaller loss than expected. We have been successful in securing new major grants while also increasing vital grassroots support through individual donations, memberships, and volunteer service.

And we’re proud to have received recognition for our work. Over the past twelve months, Richmond Art Center’s exhibitions have been positively reviewed in the San Francisco Chronicle, East Bay Express, Richmond Confidential, Daily Californian, and Artforum, to name a few. Parents Press selected our art classes and camps for “Best of” Reader’s Choice awards.


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Richmond Art Center
2540 Barrett Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804-1600


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Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat 10am-4pm