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MAY 1 & 2, 2015
For the complete events calendar please visit: www.santarosaartsdistrict.com
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FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK
May 1, 5-7pm
Art studios and galleries throughout the Santa Rosa Arts District open their doors to the public. Meet the artists and enjoy seeing new work. Event takes place every first Friday of the month. Participating venues in downtown Santa Rosa include: Calabi Gallery, The Annex Galleries, Art Trails and My Daughter the Framer Galleries at Corrick’s, and Chroma Gallery along with the South of A (SOFA) Studios. Note that the SOFA venues will remain open until 8pm. Free admission, refreshments and music by the First Friday Band in Art Alley on South A Street.
Throughout the Santa Rosa Arts District
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COLLABORATIONS IN THE ARTS: ART AT THE SOURCE PREVIEW SHOW
Opening Reception: May 1, 5-7pm
Corrick’s teams up with local artists, art supporters and enthusiasts to offer this Art at the Source Preview Show. With particular support from (and thanks to) the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, the Gallery at Corrick’s and My Daughter the Framer will be hosting a variety of artists from the Art at the Source and Art Trails programs, as well as participating in the Santa Rosa Arts District First Friday Art Walk!
Corrick’s, 637 Fourth Street
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CALABI GALLERY FIRST FRIDAY
May 1, 5-7pm
Calabi Gallery will remain open late for the Santa Rosa Arts District First Friday Art Walk! Please join us and take advantage of this fun opportunity to view our current “Spring Selection” exhibition after regular business hours! For any questions please contact the gallery at (707) 781-7070 or info@calabigallery.com.
Calabi Gallery, 456 Tenth Street
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SUZANNE EDMINSTER: THE GOOSE GAME
Opening Reception: May 1, 5-8pm
The Goose Game is a series of new paintings and monoprints based on a pilgrimage to the Camino de Santiago in Spain. The Goose Game is also a European board game based on the stages of the Camino. The opening night includes a chance to play the Goose Game in the gallery. Viewing dates are May 1- 30 by appointment.
Backstreet Gallery, Art Alley in the SOFA Arts District
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WORLDBEAT OPENING PARTY FOR ART AND STORYTELLING: THE BODYMAP SERIES
May 1, 8-11pm
Join us for the opening party for the exhibit, Art and Storytelling: The Bodymap Series and enjoy a night of viewing the exhibit and dancing. DJ Broken Record will be playing his unique brand of multi-genre, multi-cultural dance music. Admission is Free and underwritten by the James Irvine Foundation. Please RSVP here.
History Museum of Sonoma County, 425 Seventh Street
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MATSURI JAPANESE ARTS FESTIVAL
May 2, 11am-5pm
The Sonoma County Matsuri Japanese Arts Festival shares and promotes Japanese Arts & Culture through a day full of art exhibitions, dancing, crafts and more. At 11:30am, join us for a 30 minute multi-disciplinary art performance, “Circle for Peace”. Artist Mario Uribe will be collaborating with The Imaginists Theatre Collective, The Peace & Justice Center, Veterans for Peace, and Sonoma Mountain Zen Center, with musical accompaniment provided by Sonoma County Taiko, Shakuhachi, Elliot Kallen, Riley Lee and others. Visitwww.sonomamatsuri.com for a full schedule of events.
Juilliard Park, 227 Santa Rosa Avenue
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ARTSTART SUMMER PROGRAM 2015
Deadline Extended: May 8
Applications now available for the 2015 Summer Program Scholarships! ArtStart is accepting applications from young artists to train and work alongside professional artists to create public art that is placed throughout our community. Apply for apprentice scholarships now! Ages 15-21. For more information and/or to apply call (707) 546-2345, or go towww.artstart.us
Artstart, 716 Bennett Valley Road
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