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ART WALK: emphasis on ART and WALK. City lots have been made available to Art Walkers from 5-8 pm. (All but the lot next to the Ukiah Brewing Company.) Ukiah is a very walkable town.
Time Will Tell, an Art Clock Exhibit at the Art Center Ukiah.
For the spring daylight savings leap ahead in March, local artists have created whimsical Art Clocks. The clocks will be on exhibit March 6th -27th at the ACU Gallery where you can vote for your favorite. Live music and refreshments during Art Walk opening. The clocks will be silent auctioned to benefit ACU, with final bids accepted at a special reception held on March 27th 5-7 pm.
201 S. State Street, Ukiah, 707 462-1400
The Great Outdoors in Infrared Photography by James Eldridge. Having been a digital photographer for a number of years James found digital Infrared a new and exciting way to look at black and white photos. The goal of his art is for someone to be enchanted by the wonder of the world that is not visible by the naked eye.
Also featuring Handmade Bird Houses by George Knauss of Lakeport. His hobby of the last 15 years has been making Bird Houses. Just in time for spring!
The Corner Gallery is located at 201 S. State Street, Ukiah, 707 462-1400
The Grace Hudson Museum won't have any special events, but two exhibits will be on display: in the main gallery, the Jules Tavernier exhibit, featuring wood engravings the artist made during a journey through the American West in 1873-74; and in the Spriggs Foyer, sheet music from the Civil War that belonged to Grace Hudson's family.
The Grace Hudson Museum is located at 431 South Main, Ukiah, 707 467-2836
In March Molly Huddleston showing her photography from her trip around the world, including some new pictures for this month.
She traveled for 3 months from Washington, DC to Greece and taking ferries to various islands and finally arriving in Fethiye, Turkey. From there, she worked her way up the coast, visiting more ruins and museums. After Istanbul, Australia, and then the North Island of New Zealand she stopped in Honolulu before flying home. These photos are just some of the many from her travels.
The Kit Elliot Gallery is located at 210 South State, Ukiah, 707 468-1600
The Mendocino County Library, Ukiah Branch is hosting Re-use and Use ANew. Enjoy making folded paper boxes from last year’s calendars and magazines. On Friday, March 6th, 5-7:30pm at the Mendocino County Library enjoy live music with Stephen Winkle and yummy treats.
105 N. Main St. Ukiah CA Contact us for more info: 463-4493
The Days Before the Digital Camera, a personal collection of black and white photography. “My love for photography began in the darkroom. To me, it was magical watching an image slowly come to life.” Deborah Briggs, Photographer.
The Ukiah Valley Artists Gallery is located at 518 E. Perkins, in the Pear Tree Center.
Shoefly and Sox, 120B W. Standley St. Ukiah 707-463-6933
Bona Marketplace will be open February 6th 5-8 for First Friday Artwalk. The gallery will be featuring Barbara Ware and Leslie Rich showing watercolor landscapes. Leslie will be having a live demonstration.
Bona Marketplace, 116 W. Standley St. Ukiah, firstname.lastname@example.org, 707-468-1113
In the front window, Taps will be showcasing beautiful Valentine themed canvas bags, decorated by the children of the MCOE Special Education Low Incident Program. Ages ranging from 5-17.
The rest of the gallery will be temporarily converted into Wonderland, featuring a collection of paintings and sculptures that include the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat and Alice.
T.A.P.S. is located at 203 S. State Street, Ukiah.
The Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse is located at 107 South Oak, Ukiah
Join us for "March Montage" a mixed media art show from Manzanita and Friends.
Located at 270 N. Pine St. located at the Methodist Church.
Pomolita Middle School Art, presents their first annual show of student art work this March at the Arts Council of Mendocino County. The reception for the artists will be Friday March 6th from 4-6pm. The show will include artwork from over 150 student artists, as well as 7th and 8th graders from Pomolita Middle School and the advanced art class of Ukiah High School.
“Touching the Wild” opens the International Wildlife Film Festival’s Post-Festival Tour, Six Friday evenings of captivating films.
The Redwood Valley Outdoor Education Project (RVOEP) is pleased to again bring an engaging selection of films from the International Wildlife Film Festival of Missoula, Montana, now in its 38th year. It begins on February 20th and runs Friday evenings ending on March 27th. Viewers will journey to remote and magical places as the films explore ocean habitats, bears of the last frontier, spirit creatures of southern Africa, Ireland’s longest river, the raccoon nation, and the wild islands of the Philippines. Each evening offers an opportunity to reflect upon the interrelationship between people and animals as we work out ways to share our mutual home, Planet Earth.
All the films will be shown at the Ukiah Civic Center at 300 Seminary Avenue, with live music and snacks starting at 6:15 pm and the films beginning at 7pm. Tickets are available at the Mendocino Book Company and at the door for a suggested donation of $10 for adults and $5 for children.
Local lodging vendors around Ukiah want to help and have pitched in to offer discounts of 25% and more for visitors of the Art Walk. You can come to town and stay, make it an overnighter!
Marriott Fairfield Inn 25% off for Art Walk
Travel Lodge 25% off for Art Walk
Stanford House bed and breakfast 15% off for Art Walk