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2nd Friday Art Walk: March 9
Enjoy galleries, open studios, art exhibits, live music and refreshments as you stroll in downtown San Rafael.
Anchored by Art Works Downtown galleries and artist studios, the 2nd Friday Art Walk links venues along downtown Fourth Street the second Friday of each month.
See link below for map or stop by Art Works Downtown, 1337 Fourth Street, San Rafael to pick up a map.
Participating venues for March 9, 2018 • 5-8pm*
*Open hours vary depending on the venue. See current listings on this website page during week of the Art Walk. Printed Maps are available at participating venues during the week of the Art Walk. Download March 2018 map
1611 4th st Rebound Bookstore
exhibition: Treasures From My Dreams
Retrospective of artist Steve Hurst
1515 3rd st Marin Society of Artists
Two floors of artist studios and gallery walls
reception: Fresh Art, an open juried show featuring artists from all over the Bay Area. New visions, surprising ideas. Juror: Chester Arnold
activities: Join a free fun group and make props for the upcoming Trump This pop up. No artistic talent needed. All are welcome to participate. Bring your ideas.
music: Jules – Jazz, Blues, and Latin Rhythms, 6–7pm
1340 4th st McRosky Mattress Company
reception: Underground Art, photography by Scott Fin
Scott Fin explores hidden, secret, abandoned places to tell their tales through his lens.”
1337 4th st Art Works Downtown
reception: What It Feels Like For a Girl info
Bay Area artist Serena Cole presents What It Feels Like For a Girl a body of work based on the appropriation and reconstruction of found imagery from fashion, art history, and current events.
• Underground Gallery (AWD) info
reception: Home Refuge Sanctuary
Terra Linda High School Students
In light of the California fires, immigration issues that many of our high school students and their families are facing in the context of the recent polarizing political and social change, Terra Linda art students explore and question the meaning of Home and Refuge and Sanctuary.
• Founders’ Gallery (AWD) info
reception: Gang of Four
Loring Doyle’s artwork is humorous, surreal, erotic, and contain bright colors and shapes that suggest dreamlike landscapes. George Evelynwill present new pen-and-ink images inspired by pages from his sketchbooks. Drew Klausner’s work invites the viewer to rediscover their own story through other people’s family albums. Nancy Nichols is a mixed media artist who works in paper-quilt collage, watercolor painting, and wine and coffee painting.
• 1325 Donors’Gallery info
reception: Mysteries of the Unknown, Plamen Tanev
Mysteries of the Unknown features intuitive paintings inspired by visions and improvisations using mixed media: acrylic, spray metallic, oil, and calligraphy.
1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild
reception: Marin artist Jeff Allyn
917 C st Youth in Arts
exhibition: Rising Stars High School Art Show
27th annual RISING STARS Marin County High School Art Show, featuring work by over 100 students from 17 different Marin public, private, and alternative high school art programs.
activity: Art Search game for all ages
921 C st Key Tea (5–11pm)
reception: 5–7pm Vlad Cardema is a deeply intuitive creator of sacred objects.
7pm Tea, food, and birthday cake.
performance: 8–9:30pm Sound Healing Concert ($20 advance/ $25 Door) www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3328743
SOUNDSCAPE OASIS is a unique experience designed to safely guide you in connecting with your deepest self. It’s a sacred journey using sound for healing and rejuvenation.
1020 B st VenturePad
reception: Showcasing Nance Miller, Ellen Rothman, and Susan Searway-Fertig
A variety of modern artworks from each artist.
1016 B st Avalon Salon
reception: Letters from Rome
oil and mixed media by Stephanie Jucker
music: Jeff Castro
1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply (6–9pm)
reception: Mollie Rea’s Student Show, People and Animals
live music: Gary and the Crew
905 4th st Crome Architecture (5–7pm)
reception: Loving the Land – a Northern California Exploration in Paint
850 4th st Copperfield’s Bookstore
reception: Exhibition of client art work from Marin Ventures
music: Jazz in the Neighborhood, every Art Walk March–November, 2018. Jazz in the Neighborhood works to improve the economics of jazz performance in the Bay Area by presenting affordable concerts, paying musicians a guaranteed wage, and supporting the work of established and aspiring jazz artists.
1108 Tamalpais ave The 1180 Gallery
reception: Jeff Sturgeon, paintings
music: Ron Corral
This is a free event open to the public.
Contact: (415) 451-8119
1337 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901