Reprogramming the City – Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure is a global overview of ways in which the existing structures, systems and surfaces of cities around the world are being redesigned, repurposed, and reimagined to do more for urban residents and expand the capabilities of the city itself.

Light Therapy, Umea Sweden, photo by Ola Bergengren
Light Therapy, Umea Sweden, photo by Ola Bergengren

The Virginia Center for Architecture invites you to attend the opening reception for  Reprogramming the City at the VCA on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 from 5–7 p.m.

During the reception you’ll have a chance to offer suggestions for improving Richmond’s infrastructure for urban living and see what are the most popular results on the “Word Cloud” screen in the exhibition space.

For more information, call (804) 644-3041, extension 100 or visit  There is no charge to attend the Opening Reception; however spaces are limited. RSVP online to secure tickets. Reprogramming the City is at the Virginia Center for Architecture through March 22, 2015. There is no charge to visit the exhibition.

In addition to the exhibition, the Center will be offering a lecture, panel discussion and movie nights throughout the exhibition dates.

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