From a tuberculosis hospital in the early 1900’s to a thriving recreation center, Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center has a long, and rich history. A department of Richmond City’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities, Pine Camp has become an artistic home for the children of Richmond. Here, the community can study dance, theater, visual art, pottery, nature conservation, and more. Pine Camp has a beautiful 200 seat theater suitable for a rehearsal and performance space, independent movie screenings, lectures space and much more. Pine Camp is truly Richmond’s center for all forms of artistic endeavors. Recently, Pine Camp has welcomed a group of local professional artists who make up Pine Camp’s Artist Collective into the space. These artists are able to display their work in the Spotlight Gallery, teach masterclasses to the students of Pine Camp, and utilize studio space to further their brand and creativity. To learn more about classes, and gallery events, click here.