• King Neptune Statue at Oceanfront


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Lighted Balls Around a Pool

Virginia Beach International Art and Light Festival Feasibility Study

The City of Virginia Beach is exploring the feasibility of bringing an international art and light festival to the city. Members of the public are asked to provide feedback on whether this project would be of interest to the community and potential visitors.

Students Holding Sticks with Megaphones

VBCPS Artist Residency- Bayside Middle School

Students from Bayside 6th Grade Campus and Bayside Middle School installed their artwork at Williams Farm Park on April 8, 2022, marking the culmination of the “Lift Up Your Voice” Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) artist residency.

Man Painting Mural on Metal Wall

A Community of One

The Virginia Beach Cultural Affairs Department and the Department of Housing and Neighborhood Preservation are excited to announce the completion of public art murals, "Community of One," the first installment of the "Brushworks" arts employment program.

Artwork Displayed in Front of School

VBPD/VBCPS Art Walk- A Student Perspective

After nearly a year in the making, the Virginia Beach Police Department (VBPD) unveiled its relationship-inspired student "Art Walk," located outside of the 4th Precinct Command at 5152 Lobaugh Drive.

Virtual Tour

Our Virtual Tour allows visitors to take self-guided tours of select exhibits and areas around Virginia Beach from their desktop or mobile device.

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