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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. 
  • Upcoming dates: 3/12, 4/9, 5/14, 6/11, 7/9, 8/13

February 12, 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.


Attend the Artists' Symposium
Return to this webpage on Art Walk day, which is the 2nd Friday of every month. A Zoom link will be provided for you to log into the event.

(Do you Zoom?, learn more HERE)


guest etiquette:

  • You will enter the waiting room at login and 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 Symposium features How are You? exhibitors and AWD Studio Artists
Katy Dury Anderson
fiber art, mixed media

Minna Pinger auto-biograhpical mixed media, mail art

Marc Cohen acrylic, oil, watercolor

Tachina Rudman
painting, mixed media

Susan Doyle
fiber art

Paulette Traverso
drawing, mixed media, animation

Abraham Elterman

Sue Weil
fiber art

Anne Pennypacker



Participating Venues


Community Media Center Marin


A Day With The Stars: Celebrating Enlighten

This virtual photo exhibit documents a day with the "stars" -- teen girls introduced to the arts, opportunities, mentors, and more through the Performing Stars of Marin "Enlighten Program -- Young Women Exploring Their Futures." Performing Stars of Marin just celebrated its 30th anniversary, connecting girls who live in low-income areas with inspiring professional women.  Under the leadership of founder-director Felecia Gaston, more than 3,000 girls have been served by the non-profit program. This virtual photo exhibit was created for Marin Television and will be viewable through February 28, 2021.

Music "Jogral" is courtesy by Jose Neto and Filo Machado.  Photographs and editing are by Barbara McVeigh and Maia Miglio.

View "A Day With the Stars: Celebrating Enlighten" here:


HowRU gallerypx montageMarin Society of Artists


The Marin Society of Artists (MSA) presents SPACES AND PLACES, a joint fine art show featuring artists from the Marin Watercolor Society as well as MSA members. The prize winners were chosen by Carol Kummer, a well known San Francisco artist. This exhibition is presented online in the MSA Online Gallery, and the video version may be viewed here:

Take a look and enjoy this fabulous show!





MaskPortrait MasonSYouth in Arts  

Our Creative Community: San Rafael City Schools TK–5th Showcase

Through February 5th

View in the YIA Gallery Windows and online at this link:

Image: Mask Portrait with Starsby Mason, Coleman Elementary, 3rd–5th Grade

Learn more  at




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.