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2nd Friday Art Walk

artwalk aEnjoy 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. 

2017 Art Walk dates: 1/3, 2/10, 3/10, 4/14, 5/12, 6/9, 7/14, 8/11, 9/8, 10/13, 11/10, 12/8

Art Walk Map 




 WineSymbol venues with wine supporting art walk
 strawberry-icon venues with refreshments
music venues with live music or DJ
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kids_icon venues with activities
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 Art Walk map for September 8, 2017  5-8pm
Information updated regularly.  Please check back!   
Maps are available at participating venues during the week of the Art Walk.
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Sep map

1611 4th st  Rebound Bookstore strawberry-icon
exhibition: Caught In the Act
Forty Years of Photographs and Ephemera from designs for the professional theatre. Photographs are of set and lighting designs by Joel D. Eis, MFA.

1553 4th st  Rumor Has It strawberry-icon 
reception: Junior Interior design student Janani Ramesh presents DIY popsicle stick art.

1515 3rd st Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon WineSymbol
Two concurrent member juried shows
reception: Down on the Corner, strange and familiar sights
Who or what around you captures your attention?Artists tell their story in 2D or 3D medium.
reception: Monochrome, one-color art
This show celebrates paintings, drawings, photographs, sculpture, and crafts in one color or values of that color. Explore the range of a certain color, the lightness and darkness of it, its relationship with any form or image of the creation.

1408 mission  Falkirk Curtural Ceter  6-8pm 
exhibition: Falkirk 2017 Fall Open Juried Exhibition

1447 4th st  Tamal Vista Family Dentistry  WineSymbol
reception: Paintings and Glass by Jeremy Cline modern abstract paintings and glass work titled "birds of paradise".

1337 4th st  Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
Waking Dreams info 
Angelique Benicio: painting - sculpture - video
Angelique Benicio’s allegorical work evokes enchantment and eeriness. Lush surfaces and sharp realism draw the viewer into an imaginative world with unsettling undercurrents. Her paintings and installations invite the viewer to ask if there is something familiar gazing back, some long forgotten feeling, both unnerving and transformative.

• Underground Gallery (AWD) info 
reception: The Lopsided Boogie and How She Came Out of Darkness
video installation by Angelique Benicio
This video installation is best described as performance work created for film. The main character, Lopsided Boogy, tries to navigate her way through a dark but dreamy world where white grease-painted clowns feast at a chaotic and decadent tea party. Accompanying the film is a selection from Benicio's series of mixed-media photographic compositions which depict her fantastical creatures moving through strange worlds.

• Founders' Gallery (AWD)  info 
reception: Paper Zoo, cut paper collage
Paper Zoo features the collages of creative duo artist Andrea Bergen and designer Tetsuya Takenomata. Their menagerie of animal-centric work ranges from the cute to chaotic and expresses the artists' love for animals and concern about the future of wildlife. The small pieces are fun experiments celebrating the beautiful forms and patterns of nature. The larger pieces imagine the planet after humans have gone extinct and poses a hopeful vision that animals will adapt to the damaged environment and make use of the detritus left behind.

•  1325 Donors'Gallery  info 
reception: Jessica Carsten
Jessica Carsten's series of abstract skyscapes draw the viewer's attention away from the contracted chaos of life on land and into the etherial beauty of the sky. Many pieces are inspired by life on the Marin County coast, while others capture the mood of the south western deserts, pacific northwest lakes, and inland waterways.

•   Artist Wall  info 
Tiny Chickens
Curator: Beatrice Kelly-Andrews
The Tiny Chickens exhibition is a group exhibition featuring small scale artworks in various mediums of, or inspired by, chickens.

1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild  strawberry-icon WineSymbol
reception:  Regina Christie
Abstract paintings
"Painting is for me a vast visual language. I invite the viewer to discover and experience the world I see."

917 C st Youth in Arts   WineSymbol kids_icon
exhibitionArchitecture in Schools
Drawings, photos, and models from Youth in Arts Architecture in Schools program at Laurel Dell Elementry
activity: Kid Activities

921 C st Key Tea    strawberry-icon music 
exhibition: Artist Tara Nejma Maus 5–8pm
Tara Nejma Maus. Tara is the co-creator of Concentric Clothing, she is a muralist, designer, graphic artist, and painter. She creates art with such spirit and play that it seems she has been born to nourish visual blessings. Tara will present a POP-UP shop with her handmade, natural-dyed clothing, and her paintings.
live music: Evening Cabaret! 7:30pm–10pm
Key Tea presents a Variety Show of performance artists. Come discover merger of theatre, music, and poetry on a stage bound to surprise you. Leader of the night is MC See Ellauri who has a flare for hip-hop and bizarre characters. Kava Bar, and other beautiful Libations available.

1020 B st VenturePad   strawberry-icon music 
exhibition: Showcasing Stephanie Jucker and Nini Lion.
A variety of modern artworks from each artist.
live music: The Lost Halos7-10pm

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply  WineSymbol strawberry-icon music 
exhibition: Summer of Love Youth Poster Contest
Over 90 Marin youth, ages 12-18, designed posters for this unprecedented contest to express their views on social justice and climate change. The contest was endorsed by the Marin County Office of Education and supported by many Marin art educators, politicians, for-profit and nonprofit organizations. All winning posters and finalist will be on display. Winning artists will be announced during this event.
live music: Gary and the Crew

1115 4th st Falafel Hut 
reception:  New Works by Marin Ventures
Marin Ventures is a day program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our arts program includes drawing, painting, printmaking, digital art, videography, textiles, and ceramics.

905 4th st Crome Architecture (5-7pm)  strawberry-icon 
reception: The Way I See It by Sandy White
Oil paintings and pastels and painted furniture!

1108 Tamalpais ave The 1180 Gallery music
reception: Matt Waldbillig and Cup Pham
live music: Ron Corral



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