Amazement Square, Lynchburg’s award winning children’s museum, is one of 10 museums nationwide selected to host Heart and Seoul: Growing Up in Korea, part of the Freeman Foundation Asian Culture Exhibit Series, funded by The Freeman Foundation and implemented by the Association of Children’s Museums. Heart and Seoul aims to bring modern-day South Korea to Central Virginia. The exhibition will be hosted at River Ridge Mall, is free and open to the public, and will run April 8 through September 2017.
Topics: Arts and Culture
The Lynchburg Economic Development Association is proud to be a sponsor of RadioLab’s Jad Abumrad. He will appear at the Academy Center of the Arts on April 9 to present his one man show “Gut Churn”. This event will kick off a new speaker series where where Lynchburg professionals can share their stories, inspirations, and experience. Local NPR listeners, podcast fans, aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners will enjoy Abumrad’s presentation.
The City of Lynchburg, in partnership with the Small Business Development Center at CVCC and the Academy Center of the Arts, hosted the first Create Lynchburg conference on January 27-28, 2017. The Create Lynchburg conference convened more than 75 arts entrepreneurs for a weekend of workshops, panel discussions and speakers.
Economic Development Programs
The Office of Economic Development works to build a range of local programs and incentives to create and retain jobs, improve Lynchburg's infrastructure and assets, and invest in local quality of life initiatives.