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2nd Friday Virtual Art Walk


Celebrate positivity, culture, and creativity on the second Friday of every month. This district-wide virtual event offers the opportunity to “walk” to enriching presentations through the “streets” of the internet. Pour your favorite beverage, plate your favorite snacks, and login from your favorite seat to imbibe inspiration provided by artists and arts organizations.

  • ATTEND by clicking the links under each venue. See below.
  • Receive reminders and news by joining the AWD newsletter. 
  • 2020 upcoming dates: 11/13, 12/11

November 13, 6pm

Artists-SymposiumArt Works Downtown

What inspires artists to create? Where do their ideas come from? How do they do that? Join us—via Zoom—to learn about art straight from the source. The virtual Artist Symposium features micro-presentations from AWD exhibitors and studio artists while giving audience members a chance to join the conversation using the chat function. The variety of artists and event pace offers a delightfully insightful experience.


Attend the Artists' Symposium via Zoom: Enjoy the links below then return to this page on December 11 for the next live event.  


Art Walk etiquette:

  • When you login, you will enter the waiting room. You will be admitted as soon as possible after 6pm.
  • Remain muted to honor the artists' presentations.  
  • Ask questions and make comments about the art in the chat room.
  • Speaker View recommended
  • This event will be recorded. Artists' Symposiums will eventually be archived on YouTube.
  • Enjoy!
This month's Symposium features Small Works exhibitors and muralists:

Linda Belden
fiber, painting, mixed media, Small Works Exhibition

Daniel Crowe
painting, mixed media, Small Works Exhibition

Tara Daly
sculpture, mixed media, Small Works Exhibition

Connie Kirk
painting, Small Works Exhibition

Elisabeth Koss Instagram/
mixed media, Small Works Exhibition

Marianne McCraney
mixed media, drawing, painting, Small Works Exhibition

Nancy Garcia
mixed media, Small Works Exhibition

Heather Robinson
mixed media, Small Works Exhibition

Gary Hauser
painting, printmaking, photograpy, Small Works Exhibition
Joey Rose and Alexandra Underwood
murals, painting, design, Art Is Work mural at AWD,


93rdlogoforartalk MSAMarin Society of Artists


The Marin Society of Artists presents the 93rd Annual Fine Art Exhibition. This show has been held every year since 1927, through good times and bad. This year the 93rd Annual show will be presented ONLINE. The prize winners for this exhibition were chosen by Kathleen Lipinski and Steve Emery, well known Marin artists.

  • A video presentation or the 93rd Annual Fine Art Exhibition can be seen by clicking HERE
  • To see the full show, including contact information for the artists, click HERE
  • 93 years is a long time. To find out more about the history of the Marin Society of Artists, click HERE

The Marin Society of Artists is open weekends in the month of November, Visit us at 1515 3rd Street, Corner of E, in San Rafael.




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Youth in Arts

INSPIRE: Teaching Artists Exhibition
October 9–November 27
Window Exhibition at 917 C Street


See the exhibition: CLICK HERE

Learn more about the exhibition at

“How did you stay INSPIRED during the shelter in place?” This is the question we posed to the teaching artists featured in this year’s INSPIRE exhibition, on view in the Youth in Arts Windows and online. This annual exhibit of original painting, photography, prints, and original works on paper explores the connections between North Bay teaching artists’ professional work and ideas they share with their students. It is the only Youth in Arts exhibition that features work by adults in our kid-focused gallery, and all works are marked for sale. 

Featuring work by: Barry Beach, Carina Ybarra, Cathy Bowman, Jackie La Lanne, Jennifer Lipson, Julia James, Katharine Boyd, Katy Bernheim, Molly Blauvelt, Nance Miller, Suzanne Joyal, & Taylor Mancini.

Bay City News Article: CLICK HERE


COVID-19 Disclaimer: In person Art Walks have been cancelled until further notice.
The need to see art in person and to physically enjoy art together with fellow art lovers is understood and appreciated. However, in-person Art Walks are currently on hold until large group gatherings are absolutely safe for every person. Until then, we can fortunately enjoy the opportunity of online programing.