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Healdsburg Center for the Arts
130 Plaza St Healdsburg
Sunday/Monday/Wednesday/Thursday: 11 am - 5 pm, Friday - Saturday: 11 am - 6 pm
All Creatures Great & Small
May 23 - Jul 05 2020 - 41 days left
Our world is a masterpiece made up of creatures from the largest mammal, the blue whale to the smallest organisms, or from our imaginations. They amuse us, intrigue us, scare us, but mostly enhance our experience here on Earth. This show is open artists in any media of your choice – show us what inspires you! Juror: Jamie L. Luoto. Applications Close: Wed, Apr 8. Opening Reception: Sat, May 23, 5-7pm. Closing Tea & Artist Salon: Sun, Jul 5, 11am-5pm.
2020 Healdsburg Art Festival
Jun 26 - Jun 28 2020
The Healdsburg Center for the Arts, in partnership with the City of Healdsburg, presents the 2020 Healdsburg Art Festival, a national juried art festival featuring over 50 different vendors, various artist demonstrations, live performances, community art activities, food and wine.
Feast: Bountiful Sonoma
Jul 11 - Aug 23 2020
Located in the heart of wine country, Healdsburg Center for the Arts invites artists far and wide to submit art that celebrates the wine country culture of Sonoma County and offers a visual taste of art, centered around the wine, food, wine making, enology and viticulture of the North Bay. Examples of expressions include Realism, Abstract and others. Subject matter can range from labels to wine tasting, wine makers, fruits, cheese, meats, representations of vineyard workers, etc. Media accepted: All media considered. Includes but not limited to painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media, hand pulled prints, photographs, fiber arts, art glass, digital art and video art (digital and video artists must supply their own displays). Only original works will be accepted; no giclees or limited edition prints. Applications Close: Fri, Jun 5. Opening Reception: Sat, Jul 11, 5-7pm. Closing Tea & Artist Salon: Sun, Aug 23, 11am-5pm.
Outside the Box
Aug 29 - Oct 04 2020
Outside the Box – With its roots in early human history, abstract art has become one of today’s dominant forms of artistic expression. Recent exhibitions show that far from being indefinable movements set apart from the mainstream, abstraction in its various forms has produced some of the most memorable, influential, and best loved art of any era. Today, thanks to our interconnected world, abstract art has gone global! No longer limited to Europe and America, abstract artists from across the globe are expressing and communicating in the language of line, form, color, and gesture. Applications Close: Fri, Jul 31. Opening Reception: Sat, Aug 29, 5-7pm. Closing Tea & Artist Salon: Sun, Oct 4, 11am-5pm.