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Wilton Companies Gallery

The Wilton Companies Gallery is a public exhibition space used for exhibitions curated by faculty, staff, students, and community organizations and offer unique contributions to Richmond's Arts District. The gallery is also used for lectures, meetings, and performances. Every year, UR Downtown hosts hundreds of University and community-sponsored events.

Current Exhibitions

The Faces of Mentoring
Wilton Companies Gallery

A Virginia Mentoring Partnership exhibition curated by Bonner Scholar Nicole Benites, '19, The Faces of Mentoring features portraits and art created at mentoring programs across Richmond, including Higher Achievement, Ladies of Focus, the University of Richmond Scholars’ Latino Initiative, and Youth Life Foundation of Richmond. Benites, Casey Murano, ’21, and Suraya Souidi, ’22, were art facilitators at the workshops. The Faces of Mentoring will be on view through August 23 and was sponsored by the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement.

Standing Together: Women's Ongoing Fight for Equality
Lower Level Multipurpose Room

Organized by the National Woman’s Party, Standing Together: Women’s Ongoing Fight for Equality is an exhibition that uses compelling images, rarely displayed banners, political cartoons, and records from women’s rights organizations to explore the dramatic, complex story of a century of women’s pursuit for equality. Richmond is the first stop for this traveling exhibition which will be on view at UR Downtown through April 26, 2019.

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

Visitors are welcome. Please call (804) 955-4003 to schedule a tour.