Mamma Mia

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Special Event!!   Mama Mia! Dress rehearsal

Always wanted to see “behind the scenes”?   This is your chance.   Healdsburg Center for the Arts has arranged with the Raven Players to host the dress rehearsal for the Players’ Spring presentation of the fun Abba musical Mamma Mia! on April 15th.  Performance @ 7:30 p.m. All tickets include the hosted reception 6:30 – 7:25 p.m.

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This special showing will be a full presentation of the musical but with the added excitement of seeing missteps, corrections and enhancements as the final show comes together.


General tickets @ $35, doors open at 6:30 p.m. with hosted wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages and nibbles being provided in the reception area. Open seating

Purchase General Tickets: HERE


VIP tickets @ $150, of which there are only 50, includes a fabulous, pre-show four course dinner at Valette, one of Healdsburg’s premier fine dining restaurant, accompanied by wine from Ferrari-Carano and reserved, upfront seating in the theater. Dinner seating at 5:15 p.m., with short walk to the Raven at 7:00 p.m.

Purchase VIP Tickets: HERE


WINE SPONSORS

Reception

VIP Dinner


Questions? email info@healdsburgcenterforthearts.org or call HCA at 707.431.1970.

Afternoon of Love Songs

We regret that this event has been cancelled.

On February 15, take in the Voigt residence’s extensive sculpture and art collection as you experience the love when Pocket Opera performs songs from your favorite operas.

Pocket Opera, the Bay Area’s premiere chamber opera company, has offered accessible, “audience friendly” performances for over 40 years.  All productions are performed in English, translated by renowned wordsmith, Donald Pippin, Pocket Opera’s Artistic Director Emeritus.

The program for Healdsburg Center for the Arts will feature the best of the romantic operatic repertoire.  Selections by Puccini (La Boheme, La Rondine), Verdi (La Traviata), Mozart (Marriage of Figaro), and more!  Arias, duets, trios, and quartets telling the story of operatic love.

The afternoon will start with sparkling and still wine provided by Notre Vue Estate Winery and Vineyards, with an array of tasty bites from Mazza Catering.

Judy Voigt‘s home is nestled in the hills above Geyserville.


Holiday Gift Gallery

Each year, Healdsburg Center for the Arts searches for a bounty of artist made goods to fill the gallery during the holiday season. 2019 will mark the 18th Annual Gift Gallery and this years collection of gift items will not disappoint.

GIFT GALLERY: 22 November – 30 December.

Artist Reception: 5 – 8, Friday November 29.

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Artists interested in applying for inclusion in the 2019 Holiday Gift Gallery click HERE

Raven Players ScripTease – New Works Nurtured to Life

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.

Run for the Arts

JOIN US
FOR THE
HUMAN RACE SONOMA COUNTY
MAY 4TH, 2019 8:00AM

We are asking our friends, coworkers, family members and community businesses to sponsor us as we “Run (or walk) for the Arts” in the Human Race by donating $5, $10, $20, $50, $100 or whatever you can to help this cause. You can also join our team!

Each year HCA offers a host of art experiences for young and old(er) alike. From our annual Young Artists show for TK-6th graders from surrounding elementary schools, to Summer Art Camp for ages 5 – 15, to the varied art workshops for teens and adults, to free community events such as Art After Dark and Healdsburg Art Festival, to art display opportunities in The Gallery @ HCA, our programs are examples of the HCA belief that access to the arts is an important component of healthy communities.

Our programs are supported by two paid staff and a dedicated team of volunteers. Community support is critical to meet our goal of providing art experiences at low or no cost, offering scholarships whenever possible, insuring access is available to all.

Please share this link to everyone you know who may be interested in making sure creativity thrives in our community.

JOIN OR DONATE NOW: CLICK HERE

For more information please contact HCA at 707-431-1970 or email info@healdsburgcenterforthearts.org. Also follow and like Healdsburg Center for the Arts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates, pics and videos of the event.

Art After Dark 2020

 

BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH THE ARTS

Art After Dark, a community-building street art series, will be presented  on every 4th Friday from June – August 2020 in Downtown Healdsburg.

Art After Dark will feature various artist booths, community activity booths, games, live performing arts, public art and more.

The event is presented in partnership with the City of Healdsburg Community Services.

 

July 24, 6-9pm on Plaza Street 

Aug 28, 6-9pm  on Plaza Street

 

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2020 Art After Dark Artist Application

Artists are invited to apply to display their work on one of the Art After Dark evenings. Artists are responsible for their display and booth. Battery powered lighting for booths is strongly encouraged. However, some electrical hookups may be available in certain cases for booth lighting. Setup begins at 4:00 PM, Open at 6:00 PM; Breakdown/cleanup 9:00 PM. 100% of sales goes to the artist. Note: the June Art After Dark is the first day of a three day Healdsburg Art Festival and will have a separate application process. Artists' works will be reviewed by a jury for selection. Your booth fee is due within 10 days of notification of acceptance.

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ART AFTER DARK ATTENDEE FEEDBACK

“This is what I’ve dreamed of since visiting NOLA and Frenchman’s street art show! Thank you! –Rose Fabian p.s. great job having all arts represented tonight!
“Really fun, creative event. Sorry that this is my first Art After Dark. But I will have next year to look forward to. Great music, artists.” ☺
“Art is a way to express your feelings.” –Katiane
“How to monetize AAD? If people appreciate this so much there should be some way for them to open their wallets and rain cash down on the organizers.”
“I hecking love this.”
“Art is not a crime.”
“Earth without art is just Eh! –Sofia Villa
“More older kids stuff. I like new things.”
“I love this.”
“Roses are red, violets are blue, Art After Dark is certainly for you.”
“There are things in life that can’t be unseen.”
“This is community. ART UNITES US. It is a neutralizer. This is US. Healdsburg. WE.”
“Art is something I will always love.”
“Quiet corner for story time.”
“Love it. More older kids stuff, though.”
“Great music.”|
“Let’s paint asphalt.”
“Couldn’t hear the poetry.”
“One of the best community events I’ve participated in. Love the vibe, culture and art.”
“The best art happens in the dark.”
“Standing in one place for 45 minutes makes your feet tired. We would love tired feet every month!!!”
“Shea Breaux Wells = sensational”
“Good job, Gina!” –Teri M.
“I love art.”
“Simply brilliant. LOVE”
“More 4th Fridays. Ok, what about every Friday? FIRST Fridays?”
“Absolutely wonderful for building authentic community! Thank you all organizers and participants! Especially Gina.” –Nora 
“Always believe. If you don’t succeed try again.” –Allie 
“The art is awesome.” –Samuel L.
“This is what binds our community together.”
“I love it.”
“Microphones for performances – especially the Raven players. Can’t hear.”
“I love art.” –Maria, 2017
“Fun, fun times. Wow.”
“Yay, Gina. Great job.” –Jessica 
“Wine express in the house.”
“Extend towards Healdsburg Ave. On Plaza to accommodate crowd…love it.”
“I like it on the street.”
“I love it but more kid stuff, also for older kids.”
“Congrats on a wonderful concept and event.” –BG
“Great event! Let’s do more!” –David Hagele, council member
“We could not hear Penelope and Heruacro ready poetry. Is there a way to fix that next time?” –S. Binckley
“Let’s do this every month. Thank you.”
“Yes! Let’s do this every month.”
“Please consider closing this section of the street to vehicle traffic permanently. This event is great. Maybe a weekly event next year.”
“Art will always be in my heart.”
“MORE big kid stuff.”

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2020 Healdsburg Art Festival

 
The Healdsburg Center for the Arts, in partnership with the City of Healdsburg is now issuing a call to artists for the 2020 Healdsburg Arts Festival!
 
This juried art and fine craft show takes place on the beloved Healdsburg Plaza. The Art Festival is limited to 56 artists and will include art demonstrations, interactive art experiences, live performances, food and wine.
 
All forms of visual and fine craft art are welcome to apply.
 
Location
The Festival is held on the historic plaza of downtown Healdsburg in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country. Just an hour north of San Francisco. Healdsburg is a vibrant community and draws visitors from across the US.
Festival Dates
June 26, 5PM – 9:00PM (Art After Dark)
June 27, 11AM – 7PM June 28, 11AM – 4PM
 
Fees:
Non-refundable entry fee $10 HCA Members; $20 Non-Members
Booth Fees 10’ x 10’$350 10’ x 20’$600 Booth fee covers the requested space and access to 110 power. Artists must provide a white tent, tables/display/chair(s) and extension cord to access the power.
 
Important Dates:
Application Deadline: April 14, 2020
Jury Notification: April 21, 2020
Festival June 26 – 28, 2020
 
Accepted Mediums:
The Festival is open to all artists showing their own original work.
  • Ceramics
  • Digital Art
  • Drawing
  • Fiber
  • Glass
  • Interactive Art (Caricature Drawing, Live Art, Face Painting, etc)
  • Jewelry
  • Leather
  • Metal
  • Mixed Media
  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Sculpture
  • Wood
  • Painting
General Information
If accepted, you will receive your acceptance packet, which will include:
  • Event schedule and check in process
  • Sales Tax Form
  • Check in location map
  • Booth location map
  • Invoice for booth fee
 
Application
All applications must be made through Entry Thingy. Six required images to be uploaded are: five representative of the work to be displayed and one of the front of your booth. When you “submit” Entry Thingy will take you to the payment screen, your entry will not be “submitted” until your payment is made.
 
Apply Now
Click here to go to the Call for Artists page and scroll to the bottom.
 
Entry Thingy Hints
Minimum width of each image = 150px Size range of each image 750kb – 4mb
Do not press “submit” until you have uploaded all of your images
 
Questions? Email us info@healdsburgcenterforthearts.org
 
 

 

Art of Wine with a Vintage Palette

 

The Healdsburg Center for the Arts along with various local wineries and wine tours cordially presents “Art of Wine with a Vintage Palette.”

Art of Wine celebrates the wine country culture of Healdsburg, CA by offering a visual taste of art, centered around the wine, food, wine making, enology and viticulture of the North Bay. The exhibition features artwork by various artists throughout the county, state of California, U.S. and international. All artwork is for sale.

Free and open to the public, the opening reception includes wine tasting and food booths by various local Healdsburg wineries and restaurants. HCA invites all locals, visitors, concierge services and wine tours to attend this first annual celebration of art, food and wine at the Healdsburg Center for the Arts!

Follow the the Healdsburg Center for the Arts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates about the event. For more info, please visit our website healdsburgcenterforthearts.org or call 707-431-1970.

Exhibition Dates: June 8 – July 14, 2019 
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 8, 5:00 to 7:00 PM 
Closing Tea & Artist Salon: Sunday, July 14, 11:00AM to 5:00PM


Art of Wine With a Vintage Palette Catalog

Exhibiting Artists:

Ana Zavala
Amanda Hopkins
Marian Galczenski
Beth McCoy
Danielle Caldwell
Michael Kruzich
Robert Roberts
Viviane de Kozinsky
Marinka Solman
Donna Schaffer
Judith Johnson
David Gregory
Gail Galli
Patricia Westman
Nancy Woods
Abby Murthy
Avi Doran
Dean Hunsaker
Andrew Wohl
Alexis Greenberg
Chuck Harris
Rebecca Miller
Heather Hauck
Stacey Gregory

Tom Russo

Participating Wineries:

Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery
Cartograph Wines
Kendall-Jackson
Francis Ford Coppola
ZO Wines
Comstock Wines
Hudson Street Wineries
Pedroncelli Winery