RESCHEDULING ART TRAILS

 

 

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION RESCHEDULING ART TRAILS

Due to the fires that are devastating our community,

ART TRAILS IS RESCHEDULED to occur October 21, 22 and October 28, 29.

This is an extraordinary year for Art Trails and the change of dates is a result of exceptional circumstances and our consideration for the artists and community members who have lost their homes; and the first responders who are trying to keep us safe, off the roads and preserve our property.

Art Trails artists are an incredible caring group and we hope that you will visit our studios later this month to show your support and help the community to heal through art.

Thank you for understanding.


Members of the public are invited to view the preview exhibit (141 participants) from September 28 through October 22.

The GALLERY hours are Tuesday – Friday, 10 am -4 pm and Saturdays – Sundays October 14-15 and October 21-22 with extended viewing hours 10 am – 5 pm

The STUDIOS will be open October 21, 22 and 28, 29 from 10 am to 5 pm.

For
more information about this program, see the website at http://www.sonomacountyarttrails.org!

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A Message from the Board of Directors

Our hearts go out to those in our community who have suffered losses because of the devastating events of the past week and those who are still in jeopardy.
To help those who are suffering, the Sebastopol Center for the Arts is currently setting up a fund to offer assistance to those in the visual, craft, performing, literary and film arts who are in need.
As a member of our community, you will receive an email this coming week with details about how to donate to this fund as well as how to apply for assistance.
Until then, please know that you are in our hearts and thoughts.

 

Sebastopol Center for the Arts is one of the most vibrant art organizations in Northern California and we’re delighted to welcome you to our Center. A little history: In 2012 the Center remodeled the Sebastopol Veterans Building in the heart of Sebastopol, California to create galleries and classrooms for our visual, performing, literary and film arts. Our gallery was voted “Best Gallery in Sonoma County” for the last four years and our Film Festival has been honored by Moviemaker Magazine as one of the “coolest doc fests” in the world. Over 50,000 people visit the Center each year for outstanding art programs. Please join us in the fun.