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2nd Friday Virtual Art Walk


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Celebrate positivity, culture, and creativity on the second Friday of every month. This virtual event offers the opportunity to experience online presentations by San Francisco Bay Area artists 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.
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  • Upcoming dates: 7/9, 8/13, 9/10, 10/8, 11/12, 12/10

June 11, 6pm


Art 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. (Do you Zoom?, learn more HERE)


Attend the Virtual Art Walk by returning to this webpage on July 9th. A Zoom link will be provided for you to enter the event.


guest etiquette:

  • Guests will enter the waiting room at login then admitted after 6pm.
  • Remain muted to honor the artists' presentations.
  • Please ask questions and make comments in the chat room.
  • Speaker View recommended.
  • This event will be recorded. Artists' Symposiums will eventually be archived on YouTube.
  • Enjoy!

This month's Art Walk symposium features BEAUTY or TRUTH exhibitors:

Barry Beach

Jeff Key
sculpture, wood, fiber

Marguerite Elliot
sculpture, steel

B Stevens Strauss
clay, paper collage (chigiri e), mixed media

Eileen Fitz-Faulkner
sculpture, concrete, mosaic, ceramics

Emil Yanos
scultpture, ceramic stoneware

Jane Grimm
stone carving, glass fusing





Participating Venues


Aroma Café

Photography Show to Benefit Drawbridge

June 1 — August 31

Award-winning Marin photographer, Bruce Burtch, will present an extensive photography show to benefit Drawbridge, which provides free art programs that inspire creativity and self-confidence in children who are underserved or experiencing homelessness.

Location:  Aroma Café, 1122 4th St, San Rafael


Bruce Burtch PhotographyCommunity Media Center Marin

The Community Media Center of Marin presents "Bruce Burtch Photography," a virtual photo gallery on exhibit from May 1 through June 30.


 "Whether splattered with sand from climbing a dune in Death Valley, dust-covered from a dry Native American pow wow, or the tragedy of dropping my best camera into the ocean (a total loss), this wonderful hobby has allowed me to find miraculous beauty in far-off places and my own backyard,” says Burtch, known as the Father of Cause Marketing. “The following is but a sample of what my eyes have witnessed and my camera has captured."


 View Bruce Burtch Photography here:


FalkirkExhibitPosterFalkirk Cultural Center

The City of San Rafael’s Recreation Department proudly presents the 2021 Summer Juried Show Exhibit at the Falkirk Cultural Center. There were over 170 entries for this show and 60 were hand selected to showcase  by Michael Friedland. We hope you enjoy the show either in person or virtually.

View the online exhibit: click here





TenArtistsPostcard Front smMarin Society of Artists 

The Marin Society of Artists Gallery is featuring an in-depth exhibition of ten artists, all members of MSA but each with a unique vision. TEN ARTISTS will be in the gallery at 1515 3rd Street, San Rafael through July 3. To see the show on line: click here 




YIA June21 artwalk smYouth in Arts

Laurel Dell Imagines Friendship and Community

On view June 10 – Sept. 10 at the YIA gallery. The gallery is open weekdays from 1-4 pm (limited capacity and masks required). The show will also be viewable online next week. Please visit our website to learn more.


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 and in-person viewing Fridays 5–8pm, Saturdays and Sundays 1–5pm until further notice.