Showing Saturday, April 1.

VCU is at the center of activity for Saturday’s Monument Avenue 10K. This race is not really about the exercise. It’s a community event with 30,000 participants, many in costume and many just cheering on the sidelines. Named one of the best races in the country by USA Today, Richmond’s biggest block party always entertains. Its Sports Backer organizers promise costumed runners, live music on many corners, cheering crowds, people to watch and the historic, beautiful and flat race course. 

New for 2017 is the Cabell Big Screen, on the exterior facade of James Branch Cabell Library.

Facing north toward Franklin Street and Shafer Court (the finish line), the screen will be showing an array of images–photography, 3D models, art, illustrations, scientific images and more created by VCU students, faculty, alumni or from VCU Libraries’ collections of fascinating materials.

These gallery shows will run in a loop of approximately three hours and then repeat.

The shows will appear in this order:

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