Arts

Santa Rosa Renews Vision of Public Art Program

As clubs and venues mark a year of shutdowns this month, local musicians who rely on performing for their...

Two Northern California Artists Contribute to ‘Abstract Nature’ Exhibit in Marin

As spring comes to Marin County, the Marin Art & Garden Center in Ross celebrates the blooming season with...

Two Centenarian Marin Groups Team Up for Heroic Art Show

In 1919, Marin County nonprofit organization Cedars became the first residential school in the Western United States for people...

Bay Area Artist M. Louise Stanley Looks Back at a Life on Canvas

Artist and educator M. Louise Stanley—“Lulu” to her friends—captures the imagination and confronts social issues through a humorous storytelling...

New Joan Baez Art Exhibit Coming to the North Bay

In an iconic career spanning six decades, Joan Baez has done it all. She’s a Rock and Roll Hall...

‘Winter Lights’ Shines On in Santa Rosa

Annual holiday event is a very different experience in 2020.

Broadway Holiday Spectacular Screens Safely in Sonoma County

Transcendence Theatre Company provides holiday entertainment at the drive-in as well as online.

Writing in Cafes

Remember writing in cafes? My own obsession began with Christine’s Cafe in Petaluma in the mid-’80s but...

North Bay Artist Follows Rising Tides with Aquatic Sculptures

Jeff Downing displays his aquatic markers for the exhibit, “Level Up," opening on Nov. 21 in Novato.

Sonoma’s Annual Recycled Fashion Show Walks a Virtual Runway

Annual fundraiser goes online to display trash-turned-art.

Artist Jim Isermann Designs Russian River Reopening Installation

Brightly-colored signs and banners encourage locals to stay safe and healthy.

DIY Culture Gets Virtual Boost at Santa Rosa Zine Fest

Free online event presents program of art, talks, demos and more.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts Opens Its Doors for Distanced Learning

Elementary schoolchildren can safely use the facility in a six-week program.
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