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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.
Woodworkers Pete Passof, Nancy MacLeod, Bill Allen, Candida Sanlorenzo, Cory Jaco, Michael Laybourn and luthier David Dart will be our guest artists for American Craft Week.
201 S. State Street, Ukiah, 707 462-1400
MICA (Mendocino Inland Ceramic Artists Guild) will be exhibiting the work of the late Frank Noyd, as well as their work that was inspired by him. This tribute will be showing the month of October. www.micaguild.org.
The Corner Gallery is located at 201 S. State Street, Ukiah, 707 462-1400
UVAC is having an open studio tour. Ask for a tour information brochure including a map. Each artist will have some of their work displayed in the window on First Friday.
The Ukiah Valley Artists Gallery is located at 518 E. Perkins, in the Pear Tree Center.
312 N. School St.
Mauka to Makai: Where Land Meets Sea is about the birthplace of life: The complimentary dynamic of yin and yang and the balance of opposing forces.
Kelly Foutz was drawn to the Hawaiian Islands to cultivate her passion. Studying art at the University of Hawaii, she has dedicated over ten years to the love affair found where land meets ocean.
304 N State Street
Heidi’s Yarn Haven, will feature some of the latest works of Clara Reid, Heidi Purcell, Jennifer Vagt and Sharon Ford. Look for a brochure at each site and enter the free drawing to win great prizes.
180 S. School St. Ukiah. www.heidisyarnhaven.com
Join us for a celebration of American Craft Week with “Fiber Perspective” a display of hand woven rugs and wall hangings and a loom weaving demonstration by local weaver Stephanie T. Hoppe. Also enjoy hands-on acorn crafting. Live music with Kim Monroe and yummy treats from Mama’s Café.
The Friends of the Ukiah Library Book Sale will be open Friday 4:30-7:45pm and Saturday 10am-3:30.
105 N. Main St. Ukiah CA Contact us for more info: 463-4493
W/E Flower studio will feature a new collection of hand painted silks by Sulin Bell, whose exhibit will include wall hangings, pillows, scarves and more. There will be new exotic flowers arrangements by Wil Gonzalez, NW Representative and board member of the American Institute of Floral Designers. Sulin’s silks beautifully enhance a gift of beautiful flowers.
W/E Flowers is located 352, N State St. Ukiah CA 95482, 707-468-8522
Artist Ruth Easterbrook has been pursuing her career in ceramics since discovering clay at High School in 2000. "Right away I saw the power of this amazing material and its ability to be turned into beautiful objects”" While interning at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center she has been playing with new techniques and is excited to share new work and pieces from her studio.
Arts Council gallery is located at the Ukiah Depot, 309 East Perkins St. in Ukiah
Bona Marketplace will be featuring local artist Jim Colling’s landscape paintings and Santa Cruz photographer and model M. Sophia Santiago, whose photography reflects her vibrant beautiful personality.
Bona Marketplace, 116 W. Standley St. Ukiah 468-1113
306 N. State St. Ukiah
The Grace Hudson Museum will have two events on First Friday: the opening reception for "Mendocino Quilt Artists: A Fiber Perspective," an eclectic display of quilts by the 12 members of Mendocino Quilt Artists, coinciding with county-wide celebration of American Craft Week; and a book signing by Ukiah historian Darline Bergere, whose book, "Legendary Locals of Ukiah," highlights 100 people who help make the world go 'round in the Ukiah Valley. Visitors can also browse the Museum's permanent exhibits, including Pomo Indian artifacts, as well as paintings by Grace Hudson.
The Grace Hudson Museum is located at 431 South Main, Ukiah, 707 467-2836. www.gracehudsonmuseum.org
Fundraiser for the Valley Fire animal support groups.
The Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse is located at 107 South Oak, Ukiah
In October TAPS will host a gallery of witches, goblins and a ghost. We'll serve fresh popcorn with butter.
T.A.P.S. is located at 203 S. State Street, Ukiah.
Manzanita and Friends features a sweet homage to the last moments of Spring with its mixed media show "June Bug". Pastels, watercolors, and upcycled art for the home. Please come by and enjoy this show.
Located at 270 N. Pine St. located at the Methodist Church.
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