Welcome to our award winning galleries! Sebastopol Center for the Arts’ (SCA) Visual Arts Program’s universal mission is to feature artwork by artists from local Sonoma County, regional Bay Area, greater California and around the world.
Our numerous and extensive exhibitions vary throughout the year. We offer juried, invitational, curated and open submission opportunities for local, regional, national and international artists.
Our exhibitions are often augmented with lectures, panel discussions, workshops, demonstrations and musical performances. We strive to stimulate, inspire and educate; further enhancing our patron’s engagement with the arts.
Main Gallery: Bibliophoria juror Macy Chadwick
An international, juried book art exhibition, this show is an homage to all things book arts related. Featuring graphic and sculptural works primarily emphasizing creative re-interpretations using books, book components and bookmaking methods.
Gallery II: Blind Stitching by Claire G. Spector
and In Touch with Art by Earle Baum Center Art Program
“Blind Stitching” is a show of contemporary textile art, sewn by feel, by Claire Spector, an established artist who is an example to all on how to navigate life’s challenges, including vision loss. “In Touch with Art” is a show of student artwork from the Earle Baum Center, our local community organization that “Transforms Lives for People with Sight Loss.” July 16th Accessibility Events include group tours and tactile “maquettes” for visitors, particularly those with vision loss, to feel. Audio and large print descriptions will also be available.
Gallery III: Bound & Unbound by Sonoma County Book Arts Guild
Opening Reception: Friday, June 22, 2018. 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Sunday, July 29, 2018 from 3:30 pm - 4 pm
For more information or questions, contact: Catherine Devriese, Director, Visual Arts Program. email@example.com. (707) 829-4797, ext. 1008.
Join us for Sebastopol Center for the Arts third annual community Arts and Street Printing Festival on Sunday, July 8th! A celebration of interactive printmaking with activities for the entire family. Highlights will include live street printing using a 3-ton pavement roller as the printing press, live music, food, beverages as well as creative activity booths.
July 10, 2016: The Press Democrat article “Parking lot turned into printing press for annual Sebastopol Street Printing Festival”
To find out more about the Art and Street Printing Festival Click Here.