Deadline February 29, 2020
The goals of the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail are to promote public art that is available to the Cloverdale community and visitors, bringing awareness of public art to all ages and ethnicity. Additionally to ignite the imagination and foster conversation and interaction. The exhibit begins April 30, 2020 and ends April 29, 2021.
There is no entry fee. For additional information visit www.cloverdalesculpturetrail.org , email email@example.com or call the Sculpture Trail, 707-894-4929. The “Call” can be downloaded the Trail’s website, or here. For additional information, or to print a flier for distribution, click here.
We are pleased to again offer a $1,000 “Best of Show” award, “First Place” award of $500, and $259 ”Honorable Mention” award. Selected sculptors will receive $350 to help cover expenses.
November 22 – December 30
Each holiday season, Healdsburg Center for the Arts searches for a bounty of artist made goods. This 18th Annual Gift Gallery offers an opportunity for artists to share their work with the community, providing original, hand-crafted creations for people to share and enjoy.
When you purchase your gifts from HCA, you not only support the ongoing programs offered by Healdsburg Center for the Arts, you support local artists.
Opening Reception: Friday, November 29, 5-8PM
Free & open to the public. Light refreshments provided.
Beginning Nov. 21, HCA will be open Wednesday through Monday!
Sunday, Monday & Wednesday: 11am– 5pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 11am – 6pm
18th Annual Gift Gallery is sponsored by:
Book Reading & Signing
Sunday Dec. 1, 2PM
An inspirational narrative of one woman’s perseverance, creativity and stamina to overcome the cultural norms of patriarchy through years of controlling abuse and moving on through the learning curve of personal growth.
Featured Gift Gallery Artists
Happening every 3rd Monday of the month at HCA!!!
Next Reading: Monday, October 21, 7pm
I Shot Jennifer Lopez by Cricket Daniel
Best friends Norah and Ally are pursuing their dreams in Manhattan. But when Norah’s parents threaten to stop paying their rent, the girls’ days in the Big Apple are numbered—until shutterbug Norah accidentally “shoots” J. Lo in a compromising position. Will Norah sell out for the big payout? With the help of their lovable stoner neighbor Jude, the girls consider what they’re willing to do for money and make a decision that impacts their lives forever.
We invite you join us for the reading and share your thoughts in the post-reading discussion with the cast and director.
HCA is hosting free public readings of original plays by the Raven Players each month at HCA. The readings are FREE & open to the public. A $10 donation is encouraged but not required. Wine be available for $5 during the readings.
The Raven Players encourage new works by offering free public readings of original plays. We thank the Healdsburg Center for the Arts for hosting these readings. Please join us and share your thoughts afterward with the playwright and cast.
Join the discussion and SUPPORT HCA!
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SEE YOU IN 2021!
Interactive Art (Caricature Drawing, Live Art, Face Painting, etc)
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New for 2019!
for Healdsburg & Geyserville Schools
Healdsburg Jazz will expand Jazz Village in 2019 by adding an exciting new dimension—Jazz Village Campus! Healdsburg and Geyserville schools will be invited to participate during school hours June 3-7. Our goal for Jazz Village Campus is to engage students to participate in high-quality music learning experiences and to increase music education opportunities at the elementary school level.
Jazz Village Campus programs are offered free of charge to all schools in Healdsburg and Geyserville, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Some classes will be bilingual, although music is a universal language that involves and inspires
students at many levels. Each day there will be five to six music education programs that schools can choose from.
Workshops are designed by highly experienced musicians-educators who are skilled at teaching in public schools as well as world-class artists. The music programs address the California Content Standards in music, history, social studies and literacy.
Jazz Village Campus workshops include:
RHYTHM SECTION | Orchestrated by musician-educator Ami Molinelli
The Rhythm Section is a designated area with four programs running simultaneously. Examples include:
- PUTTING IT TOGETHER: Students will explore the power of sound and how it manipulates They will learn to accompany a song from Africa while playing percussion rhythms.
- RECYCLING RHYTHMS: This class will focus on the art of bucket drumming using unusual objects as instruments and creating It will teach stick and hand techniques, independence, rudiments and composition, and the art of funk and buckets.
- THE ROCK GAME: This class demonstrates how to work together as an ensemble or The Game is adapted from one that originated in Ghana, West Africa. The goal is to show that if one person is “out of sync” with the group, then the whole group falls apart—a metaphor for community and musical collaboration. Students will learn how everyone’s voice is important.
- INTERACTIVE ART WALL: Local artists will help students create art to recorded or live music to make a Jazz Village Campus The goal is to create art based on the concept of improvisation: “paint what you hear.”
MUSIC AND LITERACY AREA | With author and performer Matthew Gollub
Jazz Fly (Pre K- 3rd grade) and Jazz Fly 2 (up to 6th grade)
Matthew Gollub, the creator of the award-winning Jazz Fly children’s books, will treat students to rhythmic storytelling and drumming, engaging them with interactive percussion and writing. Gollub performs renditions of his books, inspiring students to read and write for pleasure. Bi-Lingual.
BLUES STAGE | With bluesman Guy Davis
With “Routes of the Blues,” Guy explores two prominent styles of the Blues—Mississippi Delta and the Piedmont/East Coast forms—through storytelling and playing 6-string and
12-string guitars and harmonica. Incorporating geography, history and student interaction, Guy takes students on a journey that slices through a fascinating part of the American musical landscape. Students will participate in the rhythmic and kinesthetic experience of a work song by singing and moving.
Will you help bring the community together through music by becoming a sponsor or patron?
By participating as a Jazz Village and Jazz Village Campus sponsor, you will help us connect the community in an inspiring, jubilant atmosphere and add to the vibrant arts and culture scene in Healdsburg. You help fill the gap of decreased arts education funding in our schools. You expand the audience for jazz and highlight the contributions of our jazz musicians. By supporting our 2019 “Mini-festival within the Festival,” you help make the music equitable and accessible to everyone regardless of economic circumstances.
Call 707.433.4633 or email Gina Riner at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can become a sponsor or patron.
A Community Reflects and Rebuilds
From the Fire: A Community Reflects and Rebuilds commemorates the anniversary of the firestorm that devastated large areas of Sonoma County and the North Bay in October 2017. The exhibition will examine the fires from personal, historical, and environmental perspectives, as well as highlight art’s power as a healing tool and creative outlet. From the Fire will open on October 6, 2018 and run through January 27, 2019.
From the Fire will bring together The Fire Wall and The Fire Collection, projects developed immediately after the fires under the banner of The Fire Project. Included in the exhibition will be a digital display of The Fire Wall, showcasing hundreds of artworks and stories submitted by members of our community. Salvaged artifacts contributed by the community to The Fire Collection will also be exhibited.
In addition, artists including Teresa Camozzi, Brian Fies, Kimberlee Koym-Murteira, Gregory Roberts, Adam Shaw, and Penny Wolin will present original works created in response to the fires. A timeline tracing the advancement of the wildfires, showing the efforts of the first responders, the coverage of the press and media, the valiant efforts of individual heroes, and our efforts to rebuild over the last year, will all be topics covered by this wide-ranging exhibition.
The exhibition is meant to bond our individual attempts to process and honor what we lost, while cherishing what was gained – new perspectives, stronger bonds, and a profound appreciation for the human spirit. It is our hope that the combination of community-based artworks, installations by professional artists, and salvaged objects will create a meaningful experience that will prove to be healing and renewing to the community, and will inspire us to continue to grow together.
Museums of Sonoma County
425 Seventh Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Saturday, October 6
3:00 – 6:00pm
Free with general admission
Schedule of events to be announced shortly
Fire Project sponsors:
The Codding Foundation, Creative Sonoma, The Engine is Red, Exchange Bank, Eugene Belogorsky, Steven and Angela Gelber, Gaye LeBaron, and Lawrence and Jacqueline Simons.
Original Drawings by Patrick Rhodes
Artist Reception (One Night Only!)
Thursday, September 20th, 2018 from 6 – 9 pm
120 North St (Upstairs)
Healdsburg, CA 95448
“For the past year, I have been creating a series of landscape drawings inspired by the Sonoma County Fires of 2017. This work has allowed me to process and heal from the traumatic devastation that affected our community. It has also become a guiding force for my own spiritual process of renewal and healing. It is a story of recovery and rebuilding.”