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WineSymbol    venues with wine supporting art walk
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music   venues with live music or DJ
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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

2019 Art Walk dates: 1/11, 2/8, 3/8, 4/12, 5/10, 6/14, 7/12, 8/9, 9/13, 10/11, 11/8, 12/13

To learn how to participate click here  

Art Walk map for 
March 8, 2019  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 Walkdownload March 2019 map 

1611 4th st Rebound Bookstore 
exhibition: Treasures From My Dreams
Retrospective of artist Steve Hurst

1515 3rd st Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon 
reception: Artists Favorite, a show featuring a spectacular selection of prize-winning and favorite works of art from previous shows. The MSA Art Centre has three galleries and 16 artists studios - come and meet the artists!

1408 mission st Falkirk Cultural Center   strawberry-icon music 
reception: This Is Not A Book, journals by Minna Towbin Pinger 

We all come from somewhere. We all have family. Journaling has helped me to see the connecting threads in our web of humanity. When we see our connections, the spaces between us become less important and easier to breach. As Maya Angelou writes in The Human Family, “We are more alike my friends than we are unalike.” During the show, artist will be present to discuss, encourage, and facilitate anyone interested in beginning a journal.
music: Judy Hall, pianist

1340 4th st  Mc Rosky Mattress Company   strawberry-icon music
music: 1340 4th st Mundo Rio plays the sounds of Brazilian Bossa Nova and Samba, as well as a variety of other South American and Afro-Cuban music. Each musician brings a wealth of musical experience and love of this music to the group.
Sebastian Link - Guitar and Vocals
Hal Forman - Trumpet/Flugelhorn
Eric Engstrom - Drums and Percussion

1337 4th st  Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
reception: Ordinary  info 
Ordinary is an exhibition highlighting the ordinary through subject matter and use of materials. The antithesis of the spectacular, familiar objects bring art down to human scale and into the intimacy of daily life. Marcel Duchamp first championed the use of mass produced, utilitarian objects in his readymade artwork in the early 20th century, and has continued to influence nearly a century of artists that have followed him, each pushing the boundaries of what is considered to be art, and how it could be created. Decades later, feminist artists continued with these ideas, often taking ordinary objects from the domestic realm as material for their art. These artists highlighted unseen labor, and incorporated their everyday life as rituals for their artwork. Ordinary features eight female artists who work with these concepts in their art and process.

Featuring: Tana Quincy Arcega, Irene Carvajal, Victoria Mara Heilweil, Dana Hemenway, Sarah Newton, Jenny Phillips, Chris Thorson, Imin Yeh
Curator: Victoria Mara Heilweil

Performance: Inheritance is a performance comprised of edible objects molded from the artist’s Grandfather’s hand-made tools. Irene Carvajal will be ingesting and digesting her family history as she shares their stories.

 Underground Gallery (AWD)  info 
reception: Transitions and Transformations features Terra Linda High School student work in fine art, ceramics, graphic design, digital art, and photography.

Founders' Gallery (AWD)   info 
reception: Open Space is a group show of four young emerging artists who grew up in Marin County: Simon Bermeo Ehmann, LaVetta Clark-Poets, Zach McLane, and Mackenzie Morshead.

Marin County is defined by its open space. Its residents coexist with natural space—they live next to it, they hike through it, they drive by it on their way to work. For those of us who grew up in Marin County, we spent our childhoods in open space. We found hidden trails that felt all our own and snuck out late into the quiet intimacy that open spaces afford.

As artists, our work is informed by the world around us, the spaces we inhabit, those places we have left, and those places we have returned to. As young people navigating the space between childhood and adulthood, we often find ourselves in another kind of open space: the space of transition. The open space between childhood and the lives we want to live, between the past and what we hope the future might be. 

We find our own space, make our own space, ask others to host us in theirs. Art making is about creating a space between oneself and the world, and it is as much about creating that space as it is about understanding it.

1325 Donors'Gallery info 
reception: Lily Pachas
From the time I was a little girl I have been fascinated with different art media: 3d modeling, sculpture, 2d animation, life drawing, and painting. Recently I have been focusing my creativity in acrylic and ink. My art is known for dark ink lines and brush strokes, using organic forms that evoke nature and organisms, and using vibrant colors to interpret mood and feeling. The results are abstract while also telling stories of my life which no words can explain.

1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild  strawberry-icon WineSymbol
reception: Vera Tchikovani 
Experimentation and discovery keep me challenged. l want to explore the endless possibilities of creation.

917 C st Youth In Arts    WineSymbol  kids_icon

exhibition: Rising Stars
The 28th Annual Marin County High School Art Show and VIP reception celebrating National Arts in Education Month
activities: Hands on art activity for children of all ages.

1020 B st VenturePad   strawberry-icon 
reception: Showcasing Mark Mathisen Miller, Nance Miller, and Jane Heaphy 
A variety of modern artworks from each artist.

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply   strawberry-icon WineSymbol music 
reception: Artists of Gallery Route One in Point Reyes
music: Gary and the Crew

 846 4th st Glaze & Confused Pottery & Gallery   strawberry-icon music
reception: Eyan Higgins, Lynn Htut, Black Jamison, Travis Nieditch, Rafael Laventure
music: Original music & poetry (guitar acoustic & electric, and keyboard) April Perez & Scott Reilly


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  • Participating Venues must provide art/event information two Tuesdays prior to the 2nd Friday event.
  • Venues interested in serving wine must follow the AWD Art Walk Policies and Procedures:  click here  Including: $25 for a ABC license fee, Property owner signature, How to sell wine
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  • Looking for the paper sign up form? download here


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